Archive for February, 2008
  • Video: Santo Gay chilling at home
    Posted February 21st, 2008 at 4:41 am
    MIRA! Look what Santo Gay has learned to do with his camera!! Thanks Sergio Chapa for the encourangement!  Be watching this site for more videos. - Santo Gay - alt : ...
  • Dallas’ Gay LULAC is meeting Next Week.
    Posted February 21st, 2008 at 3:41 am
    To all LULAC 4871 Members and their Supporters: LULAC 4871-The Dallas Rainbow Council is meeting next Tuesday, February 26, 6:30 p.m., at Beckley Brewhouse, located at 1111 N. Beckley Avenue, Dallas, TX 75203. On the agenda is the upcoming district convention, citizenship project, our voter registration project for the spring and summer, and our invitation to present once again an LGBT Tolerance session at the LULAC State Convention, being held in Odessa. LULAC 4871 wants thank the followi...
  • News: UNIDOSlgbt & Creating Change Conferences
    Posted February 16th, 2008 at 1:13 am
    I, the group UNIDOSlgbt, received this update from Andres Duque of Blabbeando and thought I would share it with you. Thanks Andress for this informative update. From Andres Duque of Blabbeando: "I spent most of Creating Change sick in bed but I will say this: 1. While the Creating Change conferences facilitate a place for Latino participants to meet, in my experience (particularly with the Sigamos Adelante get-togethers in the past) has been that it’s not the perfect place to organize a Lat...
  • February News from Valiente DFW – LGBTQ Latino/a Alliance
    Posted February 16th, 2008 at 12:50 am
    February News from Valiente DFW – LGBTQ Latino/a Alliance Dallas' Valiente group say that they are “happy to announce the addition of 3 new board members to Valiente’s Board of Directors for 2008.” At Valiente’s January board meeting the board of directors voted and approved the addition of Christina Martinez, Felix Gaytan and Gustavo Tolosa to Valiente’s Board. “All three of the new board members bring excellent skills, knowledge and expertise to the table and I am sure that they...
  • Old East Dallas: There goes the neighborhood
    Posted February 11th, 2008 at 3:14 pm
    Many stories have been written lately about the losing the gayborhood, Oak Lawn. Most importantly the loss of low-income housing that effects young people, people of color and the elderly, those on a pension and a fixed income. Well the redevelopment is happening every where, Old East Dallas is disappearing as well. The opinion piece written by Gay Latino activist Jesus Chairez, and pasted below, is another story of the little guy losing out to big business. And there is nothing to stop it. UPDA...
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