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History is repeating itself 42 years later. That’s where my thoughts were as Jason and I were on Amtrak on our way to a reception at the Pennsylvania's Governor’s Residence this past Monday.

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The Facts of LGBT Discrimination
 
This week, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney won a major court case that will most likely make its way to the U.S. Supreme Court and affects our community more than the super-hyped wedding-cake case. And guess what? Almost no one noticed the significance of this major turn of events, but with much higher stakes, not only for you, but especially for religious organizations. Why does it loom large, with billions in tax dollars? Yes, we’ve reached a new stage of our struggle, where discrimination against LGBT people could cost billions — that’s billions, with a B — of dollars to those who discriminate, or it could legalize discrimination.
 

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As representatives of faith groups and organizations serving the LGBTQIA+ community, we are appalled to learn of the Revoice” conference, happening July 26 through July 28 in Downtown St. Louis. The conference claims to “promote LGBT flourishing in historic Christian traditions.”

 

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Hello Equality Supporter,


Last month, PROMO joined coalition partners, Advancement Project, Missouri Health Care For All, Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates, NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri, National Council of Jewish Women, and SEIU Missouri State Council, for a press conference to bring awareness to the ways  Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s recently announced nominee for U.S. Supreme Court Justice, could negatively impact Missourians.

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Ah, summertime — the living is easy. We toss our cares to the wind, head for a little R&R and, for many, that great summer vacation. So it should be a time to relax, lay back and enjoy the sunshine.

 

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