Remarks By President Obama at DNC LGBT Gala

On Tuesday, June 17, president Obama addressed the Democratic National Committee at an LGBT Gala held in Gotham Hall in NYC.


In the address the President mentioned the accomplishments of his Administration on LGBT issues and the issues that still face the nation. He also said he wanted to send a message to gay people around the world that "We believe in your dignity and your equality and the united states stands with you."

The Presidents full remarks are below:

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Ivory Tower exposes high cost of college at the Crest -- Hill & Tatum bring the ‘bromance’ in “22 Jump Street”

by Chris Narloch

Two films involving higher education will be shown in Sacramento this coming week.

Which one is the rigorous exploration of the decreasing affordability of college?

Well, it’s not “22 Jump Street” (the sequel to “21 Jump Street”) with Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, that’s for sure.  

Read more: Ivory Tower exposes high cost of college at the Crest

 

New Guidelines Recommend Daily HIV Prevention Pill for Those at Substantial Risk

Health care providers should consider advising the use of anti-HIV drugs by uninfected patients who are at substantial risk of infection, according to new clinical guidelines.

PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, could reduce HIV infection rates. When taken daily as directed, PrEP can reduce the risk of HIV infection by more than 90 percent. Inconsistent use results in much lower levels of protection.

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The New Issue of Outword is Out Now!506

Pride Festivals have already happened in some parts of California, but this weekend Sacramento’s Pride will be showing at its very own event. This year promises to be bigger and better than those that came before, building on a tradition of fun and excellence that has epitomized the event since it moved to Capitol Mall.

Read more: It's Pride Season!

 

Tony Kushner Returns to Berkeley Rep — Plus BD Wong Makes His Debut at A.C.T.Playwright Tony Kushner

by Chris Narloch

Gay Pride explodes on stage this month with two not-to-be-missed theatrical events in the Bay Area., including Berkeley Rep’s West Coast premiere of queer playwright Tony Kushner’s latest work.

In another premiere, over at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, the gay actor BD Wong stars in the U.S. premiere of The Orphan of Zhao.

Read more: Tony Kushner Returns to Berkeley Rep

 

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