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California Adopts School LGBT History Lessons

July 14, 2016

California education officials have adopted new public school curriculum guidelines that give LGBT Americans a more prominent role in history and social science classes.

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Los Angeles Bans Worker Travel To N. Carolina, Mississippi

April 15, 2016

(AP) — Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says the city will stop doing business with North Carolina and Mississippi after the states approved legislation preventing anti-discrimination protections for gay, lesbian and transgender people.

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MLK Celebration Keynote Speakers Judy and Dennis Shepard

February 5, 2016

Judy and Dennis Shepard are keynote speakers for this weekend’s Martin Luther King Celebration in Sacramento. The murder of their son Matthew in 1998, prompted new hate crime laws and inspired many books, plays and movies.

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Law Extends Protections For Transgender People

August 13, 2015 | Katie Orr

Transgender victims of violence in California will now have more legal protections.

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Justice Anthony Kennedy And LGBT Civil Rights

July 31, 2015

CapRadio's Lesley McClurg sat down with two McGeorge School of Law professors, Larry Levine and John Sims, to talk about Sacramento’s most important jurist, Justice Anthony Kennedy, and his LGBT civil rights legacy on the Supreme Court.

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A Conversation With LGBT Lawmakers

July 31, 2015

Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler spoke with three lawmakers about the LGBT laws enacted by the California Legislature. They’ll share stories about the challenges of passing civil rights bills and coming out.

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The History, Future Of Sacramento's Lavender Heights

July 31, 2015

The Lavender Heights neighborhood in Sacramento is the epicenter of the LGBT community. Beth Ruyak spoke with two community leaders about the history and future of the neighborhood.

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