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2018 In Review: Honorable and Dishonorable Mentions

2018 In Review: Honorable and Dishonorable Mentions

HONORABLE MENTIONS City Manager Sheryl Sculley: A Friend and Ally to Our Community Whatever real or perceived transgressions City Manager Sheryl Sculley may have committed and led to her resignation, this much is true: She has been a friend to the LGBT community. Just months after being hired in 2005, Sculley was the highest ranking

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 Chamber, City of SA among diversity awardees

The San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce was the recipient of a  DiversityFirst award from the local chapter of the Texas Diversity Council at their awards luncheon on November 10 at the University of the Incarnate Word’s Rosenberg Sky Room. The Diversity Council’s award program “recognizes individuals, community groups, nonprofit organizations and business establishments across

With budget vote, mayor’s NDO proposal passes

Mayor Ivy R. Taylor’s proposal to create a Department of Diversity and Inclusion and hire a human relations liaison to run it became reality on May 14 when the City Council approved the measure as part of the city budget. The proposal, designated Item 16 in the budget, was among other items on the consent

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