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Windy City Times 2016-04-13

News notes: Michael Sam, B. Proud

Upcoming: I Am Jazz, Piano Men, Mary Lambert, Bollywood dance, Wonka Ball

Upcoming: Lesbian characters in Signature Move, Hannah Free

Knight at the Movies: Queer music films; farewell, Patty Duke

New web series puts Chicago women front and center

Duriel E. Harris' 'Thingification' at MPAACT May 4

DANCIN' FEATS Festival plants roots in Chicago's neighborhoods

LETTERS PayPal support

Upcoming: Personal PAC, 'E Pluribus Unum' chat; Bon Foster, Night of Noise

Parole hearing discrimination keeps trans prisoners behind bars, advocates say

Michigan man claims HIV-based discrimination

Out & Equal promotes workplace equality

GUEST VIEW Five reasons for a gay Asian brotherhood

Report: Canvassers can change voters' minds on trans issues

BOOK REVIEW The Raging Skillet

Strangeloop stages gay Southern play

Theater spotlight on Jabari Dreams of Freedom, Critics' Picks

THEATER REVIEW Hazel: A Musical Maid in America

THEATER REVIEW Jensen and Wit

THEATER REVIEW The 30 Year Gap

THEATER REVIEW Hillary and Clinton

UIC hosts 'Her Story' screening, discussion

VIEWS Laughing at the absurdities of Black homophobia

A love story that was 48 years strong

Summit focuses on Tiny Home designs to combat homelessness

First Circuit removes district judge in marriage case

Task Force calls for sweeping change in Chicago policing

Cook County Board votes to boycott N.C. and Miss.

Fire Department pioneer reflects on making history

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