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My throat is weary today. And yet I must still sing…

Letter from the Executive Director of Campus Pride Campus Pride Family & Friends, North Carolinian and civil rights pioneer Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray once said, “Hope is a song in a weary throat.” Indeed, my throat is weary today.  And …
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North Carolina: Beware of public restrooms on campus?

Guest writer Elizabeth Weiss On March 24, 2016, the North Carolina legislature decided to take us back to the era of segregation. Except this time it’s not about the color of a person’s skin, it’s about the gender listed on …
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Campus Pride Statement: So called “Campus Religious Freedom Bill” SB175 passed in Kansas has nothing to do with religious freedom and everything to do with prejudice and bigotry directed toward LGBTQ youth

So called “Campus Religious Freedom Bill” SB175 passed in Kansas has nothing to do with religious freedom and everything to do with prejudice and bigotry directed toward LGBTQ youth Statement from Campus Pride Executive Director Shane Windmeyer on passing of …
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Campus Pride, Soulforce reaction to NCAA response

(March 17, 2016, Charlotte, NC)  In a March 9, 2016 letter to the NCAA President, Executive Team and Board of Governors, Campus Pride and Soulforce formally asked the organization to divest from all religious campuses that have requested discriminatory Title …
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CAMPUS PRIDE SPOTLIGHT SERIES: Bethune-Cookman University makes significant strides for LGBTQ progress among Historically Black Colleges & Universities

Campus Pride spotlights Bethune-Cookman University for its ongoing progress as a Historically Black College & University (HBCU) on LGBTQ issues Trinice McNally graduated from Bethune-Cookman University with her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology in 2011. Upon graduation, she petitioned and chartered …
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Charlotte-based national LGBTQ organization Campus Pride releases statement calling on Charlotte’s Mayor and City Council to protect LGBT citizens by passing inclusive non-discrimination ordinance

Charlotte, NC – Charlotte-based national LGBT organization Campus Pride joins local community organizations in support of passing a LGBTQ inclusive non-discrimination ordinance by the Charlotte City Council next Monday, March 2. The amendments in front of the council apply to …
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Campus Pride awards North Carolina Central University and Harris-Stowe State University with “LGBTQ on Campus” grant to build safer, more LGBTQ-inclusive campus climates in partnership with Kognito

Campus Pride focuses on rural areas, Southern campuses and minority serving institutions with “LGBTQ on Campus” grant award in partnership with Kognito Campus Pride awards grants to North Carolina Central University and Harris-Stowe State University for one year of funding …
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