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Blog Aug, 04, 2017
The Role of Churches in Ending Anti-Sodomy Laws

We once again celebrated Pride month and many LGBTQI people and their allies in the global north revelled in the hard-won advances for the recognition of human rights for our communities.

Blog Aug, 23, 2016
Queering Racial Justice Institute In Philadelphia Features Workshops Hosted By NAACP

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has always been on the front lines of Civil Rights since its inception, and this time is no different.

News Aug, 08, 2016
The Reformation Project Hosts Atlanta Event To "Elevate The Dialogue"

Too often, conversations about LGBT people in the church descend into bitter debates that divide rather than build up.

Blog May, 11, 2016
Unitarian Universalist Trans Religious Professionals Gather For First-Ever Retreat

Last month marked a historic occasion. From Monday April 11 through Thursday April 14, fifteen Unitarian Universalist transgender and genderqueer ministers and religious educators gathered together in a first-ever retreat at the beautiful Asilomar retreat center in Pacific Grove, California.

Blog Apr, 24, 2015
A Holy Moment In A Political Calendar: Making Room For Multi Faith Services For Justice

"Dig deep,… carefully cast forth the loose matter and get down to the rock, the sure foundation, and there hearken to the Divine Voice which gives a clear and certain sound." John Woolman (Quaker abolitionist), ca 1770.

Blog Nov, 09, 2014
Believe Out Loud Hosts Level Ground Film Festival In New York City

"A drag queen, a lesbian rocker and a Catholic nun walk into a church..."

This might sound like the opening line of a joke, but on November 14, 15 and 16—that's exactly what's happening in New York City as Believe Out Loud joins Level Ground Film Festival to bring the Road Show to New York City.

News Jun, 30, 2014
"ADD 4 WORDS": LGBT Civil Rights Vigil at MLK Jr. Memorial in DC

A new LGBT equality campaign backed by over 245 organizations will officially launch with an LGBT Civil Rights Vigil at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in D.C. on Monday, June 30th, at 8:30pm.

News Apr, 02, 2014
NYC Event: LGBT Stations Of The Cross

Last year, acclaimed artist Mary Button created an inspiring series of unique and thought-provoking paintings for Believe Out Loud.

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