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Historic figures might not recognize US today

The following Letter to the Editor was published in The Daily Sun on April 8, 2023. Submit your own letter to the editor by clicking HERE. I often wonder what historical figures and activists responsible for positive and progressive changes for human rights over the years would think if they came back and saw what

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Health Care

Professionals as targets in the culture wars

[Editor note: This article is relevant to Florida’s “Don’t say gay” law.] By Scott E. Hadland, M.D., M.P.H. When Mx. E. told me, “It’s hard being an LGBTQ professional in America right now,” I knew what they meant. A 26-year-old who identifies as gender nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns, Mx. E. is a patient in

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Laishley Park Londonn Moore vigil

LGBTQ community members and friends of Londonn Moore; coming together in the face of violence. “The last thing we want to see is her memory of the person she lived as being unknown or disregarded,” said supporter Lisa Trejo. “We needed to in the midst of this story, that’s sort of happening, just honor her

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