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We envision a world where diversity is celebrated and all people are respected, valued, and affirmed inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
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Richmond's Mayor Stoney Signs Pledge Banning LGBTQ Discrimination
As a member of the national group Mayors Against LGBTQ Discrimination, Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney signed a pledge supporting LGBTQ nondiscrimination in the city. Specifics of the pledge include supporting inclusive nondiscrimination policies, LGBTQ training for police officers and prohibiting city funds from being used for non-essential travel to states with anti-LGBTQ laws.
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Virginia Pride Festival
"One Love" LGBT Families
The "One Love" exhibit at Richmond's Valentine Museum expands the traditional definition of family by featuring portraits of LGBT families in the local community.
The exhibit runs through September 4.
June is National LGBT Pride Month, which kicks off a series of Pride festivals in Virginia that run through October. Check Equality Virginia's Pride Calendar to find the next festival coming up.
Gavin Grimm Honored
Gavin Grimm, who has been waging a battle to be able to use the school bathroom corresponding to his identified gender, has been honored by DOJ Pride, the U.S. Justice Department's group for LGBT employees and allies.