Pride isn't just about the fabulous parties and parade that roll around each June, it is also about boosting the voices of LGBT people and celebrating the community all year long. Many may not be aware, but Houston has a rich history that should be learned and celebrated. The LGBT community is still under fire with pointless bathroom bills, legislation potentially barring couples from adopting and much more.
I like to think I know a little bit about a lot of this city. Some state-sanctioned historical markers scattered across the area, according to Dallas County. Most have been planted in front of old buildings where Something Important Happened a few forevers ago or in cemeteries where Someone Sort of Important During the Way, Way Back was buried.
Navy before working at a Wall Street investment firm. After moving to San Francisco in the early s, Milk established himself as a leading political activist for the gay community. Milk was murdered in November by a former colleague, Dan White.
The Chamber is the best resource for places to shop, things to do, arts and entertainment, organizations to support, and all manner of queer-friendly businesses. With a wide variety of events and opportunities, Green Valley has something to offer everyone. Celebrate the fun of the Minnesota State Fair with us each summer.
The following special awards are available at the state contest for those that reach the state level. Please pay close attention to the categories of the awards and consider them when choosing your topic. This prize is presented to the best project focusing on a Texas history subject.
This marks the 27th consecutive year that Goose Creek CISD students have advanced to National History Day thanks to support from parents, teachers and district administrators as well as their own hard work and effort. Her sponsor is Adrienne Freeman. Our students were absolutely outstanding both in the competition and as representatives of our district.
Nimitz High School student Brent Vela heads to nationals after placing first at the state competition. After placing in either first or second place, approximately 60 students from across the state advanced to compete at National History Day this summer. Twenty-one of the students are from Aldine ISD. It is safe to say that the students are ecstatic.
Barbara Charline Jordan February 21, — January 17, was an American lawyer, educator  and politician who was a leader of the Civil Rights Movement. She received the Presidential Medal of Freedomamong numerous other honors. She was a member of the Peabody Awards Board of Jurors from to Jordan's work as chair of the U.