PACE is a nonpartisan organization that works to advance equality in Northwest Louisiana so that the ￼Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community can lead open, honest, responsible, and safe ￼lives at home and in the workplace.
The Turtle Creek Chorale will take a positive message through music on a four-day ”Friendship Tour” of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. Free concerts hosted by local choruses and church congregations will be offered in Tulsa, Little Rock, Shreveport, and Tyler. Local choirs and choral organizations will also join the Chorale in each city.
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By supporting the North Louisiana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, you join a select group of individuals and companies that support diverse filmmakers and artist-driven LGBT filmmaking. The seven-day Festival offers a multitude of opportunities to align your brand and your individual support with an audience of diverse and eclectic industry executives and influencers. In addition to individuals, discerning companies across an array of industries have sponsored the North Louisiana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival to generate brand affinity and awareness in a multitude of creative ways.
Equality Texarkana is thrilled to announce their partnership with GLAAD to offer a unique training opportunity on how to address mainstream media and increase public engagement relating to LGBT+ issues.
Pink Party Inc has announced it's 2018 party will be held on May 19th (8-12 midnight) at the Louisiana State Museum located on the Shreveport Fairgrounds. The Pink Party started in 1994 as a social for the Shreveport/Bossier area. Pink Party, Inc was formed and has grown into a major fundraising event benefiting local non-profit charity organizations. In 2004, Pink Party, Inc and Easter Seals began a partnership that continues to this day. Pink Party, Inc received non-profit status with the IRS in May of 2006. Per our by-laws, Pink Party, Inc may only make donations to other non-profit organizations.
The Turtle Creek Chorale will take a positive message through music on a four-day ”Friendship Tour” of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. Free concerts hosted by local choruses and church congregations will be offered in Tulsa, Little Rock, Shreveport, and Tyler. Local choirs and choral organizations will also join the Chorale in each city. READ MORE
PACE hosts a membership meeting once a quarter as a venue for members to come together and share ideas and solutions. Join other members for an educational, networking meeting and find out the latest equality happenings and trends from around the city, state, and nation. For additional information
Contact: Steven Galbraith, President Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 318-820-2136