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Windy City Times 2016-09-20

HUD rule requires equal treatment of transgender people in emergency shelters

Transgender, diverse women featured on cover of Harper's Bazaar India

Nat'l LGBTQ Task Force reacts to police shooting of unarmed Black man Terence Crutcher

Taylor, Skrebneski among Fifth Star honorees

Author's book focuses on her gender nonconforming child

Artist Marketa Sivek supporting Lawrence Hall

Book focuses on Robert Kennedy's liberal evolution

'My Positive Message' HIV video-awareness campaign launches

White House meeting on LGBTQs, People Living with HIV in criminal justice system

Literary event at Volumes features McConnell, Gresham

BENT NIGHTS The Hideout's 20th-anniversary reunion

Gay college swimmer receives prestigious award

President Obama to award National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal

Trans actress joins 'Nashville'

NUNN ON ONE: TELEVISION Sophia Bush talks Chicago P.D., pro-LGBT activism

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