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Equality Utah
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Equality Utah Jun 13
Although the Legislature is not in session, we are continuing to educate lawmakers this summer on the dangerous impact of conversion therapy. We will not rest until minors are protected from this harmful practice. Learn more at:
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Equality Utah Jun 12
ICYMI: We are partnering with our sibling organization to bring journalist and author to our next on July 1st. Samantha will discuss her new book, Real Queer America! Tickets available at Join us!
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Troy Williams Jun 12
I love bragging about how cool and welcoming SLC is to the community. Thank you for co-sponsoring our exhibit on 300 South. Check out all 14 images during In our Hive, everyone is a Queen!
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Shannon Minter Jun 12
Judge orders ‘conversion therapy’ provider to permanently cease operations once again | Southern Poverty Law Center
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Equality Utah Jun 12
Our ongoing efforts to protect LGBTQ youth from conversion therapy is covered on Thank you and for your courage and advocacy. Conversion therapy is in Utah, but not for much longer.
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Equality Utah Jun 12
A new survey from confirms what we have seen in Utah — youth who are subjected to conversion therapy experience higher rates at suicide. It’s time for the legislature to take action.
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Utah Law Jun 11
Reminder: Professor Terry Kogan () presents "The Culture War Over Public Restrooms" tomorrow as part of the U to You Park City Lecture Series. Get tickets here:
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LOVELOUD Foundation Jun 11
🌈 Longtime community members & advocates will take the stage at 2019 🏳️‍🌈 It’s the LAST DAY to win a chance to meet them backstage and get a FREE trip to LOVELOUD! Hit
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Equality Utah Jun 7
We are excited to partner again with and to empower LGBTQ youth in Utah. Financial support from last year's concert helped launch our campaign to end conversion therapy. We are not there yet, so it's time to ! See you June 29th!
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Equality Utah Jun 7
Thank you to the UPC staff and volunteers who made this year's Pride Festival absolutely phenomenal. Rest up! You've earned it.
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Equality Utah Jun 7
Replying to @SLAwrites
THANK YOU! We look forward to discussing Real Queer America with you in SLC on July 1st!
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Samantha Allen Jun 6
Hey! It’s so I’d like to give away some books to help support LGBTQ organizations. Let’s do today. I’ll send a copy of to the first three people who DM me a screenshot of their donation (in any amount):
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Equality Utah Jun 6
Congratulations to the recipients of the Kathy Phelps Equality Education Fund Scholarship! We are so proud of the work you've done to advance the LGBTQ community in Utah & can't wait to see what you do next!
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Comunidades Unidas Jun 4
The House of Representatives has passed HR6 Voted in favor: | Voted against: , and Thank you for making your voice heard!
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Equality Utah Jun 5
"Above all the things that divide us, on the highest plane of existence, we are all the same." Weber High Valedictorian Amanda Widner, cites as her inspiration , & .
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Equality Utah Jun 4
Thank you Mayor Potter and the people of Heber City for supporting your LGBTQ residents. As beautifully explained in this news clip, visibility saves lives.
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Troy Williams Jun 3
A new profile on asks if Utah County voters are ready for an out gay politician. I think they are!
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Equality Utah Jun 1
Enjoying the Pride Festival? Come visit us and check out our free photo booth!
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Equality Utah Jun 1
Thanks Jordan! Happy Pride! Come find us at the !
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Equality Utah Jun 1
ICYMI: writes on "At a cultural moment when other states are passing -- or trying to pass -- flagrantly discriminatory legislation, Utah has been taking small but meaningful statewide strides toward change."
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