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Applications for Mayor’s LGBTQ Advisory Committee Now Being Accepted

Applications for Mayor’s LGBTQ Advisory Committee Now Being Accepted

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced on February 23 that his office is accepting applications for his LGBTQ Advisory Committee. The announcement was made via Maria Luisa Cesar, the mayor’s deputy communications director who also serves as his liaison to the LGBTQ community. The application, which is available at this link, was developed by a

With Declining Membership, Stonewall Dems Contemplate Future

The banquet room at Luby’s Cafeteria was filled to capacity on January 24 when the Stonewall Democrats of San Antonio held their candidate endorsement forum ahead of the March primary. The place was packed with politicians and their handlers, media, Stonewall members and others from the community who wanted to get a close-up look at

San Antonio scores 90 on HRC’s Municipal Equality Index

The City of San Antonio increased it’s rank in the Human Rights Campaign’s 2015 Municipal Equality Index. Now in it’s fourth year, the MEI scores cities on their nondiscrimination laws, their recognition of LGBT relationships, their LGBT policies, the services they offer to LGBT citizens, the police department’s relationship with LGBTs and the “city leadership’s

LGBT committee finally meets with Taylor

Members of the LGBT advisory committee finally had a meeting with Mayor Ivy R. Taylor on April 21 after waiting since last October to see her. The committee, comprised of Equality Texas community organizer Robert Salcido, LGBT liaison Marsha Warren and trans advocate Ruby Krebs, were appointed last fall to advise the mayor on developing

LGBT committee has first meeting with Mayor Taylor

Members of the LGBT advisory group met for the first time with Mayor Ivy Taylor on October 9. The committee of three includes Marsha Warren, the LGBT liaison to the mayor’s office, and activists Ruby Krebs and Robert Salcido. Also present at the meeting was Leilah Powell, the mayor’s chief of policy. Warren told Out

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