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University of Texas Researchers Seek Participants for Statewide LGBTQ Covid-19 Survey

University of Texas Researchers Seek Participants for Statewide LGBTQ Covid-19 Survey

Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin, with the local participation of Pride Center San Antonio and Texas Pride Impact Funds, are seeking participants for a statewide survey to ascertain the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the LGBTQ community. The survey, which was initiated on May 4, seeks to understand the concerns and

Commentary: Let the Rainbow Flag Fly in Court

This commentary was originally published in the San Antonio Express-News. It is being republished here with the permission of the author. Courtrooms are filled with symbols designed to send a message to all who enter. The most common is Lady Justice, blindfolded and holding scales, to signify that justice should be blind and balanced. The

Community Cancellations and Disruptions Continue Amid Coronavirus Worries

Community organizations and businesses are postponing, canceling events and making adjustments amid worries about the cornavirus outbreak. Recent emergency rules instituted this week will make it harder to proceed with any large group events. On Tuesday, March 16, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg issued a public health emergency declaration which prohibits mass gatherings of 50

Pride Center Cancels Events and Meetings in Wake of Coronavirus

The board of directors of Pride Center San Antonio issued a letter on March 13 advising the community that it is suspending several group meetings and special events in wake of the coronavirus epidemic. The letter was signed by Robert Salcido, Jr., the Center’s executive director. “Because of the current cluster of COVID-19 cases impacting

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