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Club Q: The heart and soul of the Colorado Springs LGBTQ+ Community

Sam Tabachnik | November 20, 2022

Gunman killed five, injured 25 others in Saturday night shooting.

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Terrytown Signs Pride Proclamation

Angel Alvarez | June 9, 2022

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (KNEP) - On, June 9th Terrytown Mayor Chris Perales signed a Pride Proclamation.

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Panhandle Pride Event Set for Frank Park

Angel Alvarez | June 2, 2022

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (KNEP) - The 8th annual Panhandle Pride event is set to take place with a event starting June 3rd.

Panhandle Pride will take place at Frank Park in Scottsbluff from 11AM-3PM on June 4th.

Multiple events will take place over the three-day span.

Megan Koppenhafer Vice President of Panhandle Pride says “This will help remind the LGBTQ community that they are safe and supported and know that they are not alone.”

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Diversity & Equity

Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) Newsletter | June 1, 2022

Global Pride Study

Golden Institute - University of Washington | May 26, 2022

Are you an LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, non-binary, or sexual or gender diverse) adult age 18 or over? The Golden Institute - University of Washington needs your help with a groundbreaking project, the Global Pride Study.

In collaboration with more than 40 scholars from across the globe, their goal is to gather information to address health and well-being holistically in LGBTQ+ adults, including quality of life, physical and mental health, and economic and social lives.

Please click here (or use the QR code) to complete a confidential and anonymous on-line questionnaire. Please keep in mind your participation in this project is completely voluntary.

If you have any questions about the project, please contact GlobalPride@uw.edu or visit their website here.

Prairie Vista UU Church gives $10K to Panhandle Equality

Article by OLIVIA WIESELER Star-Herald | January 20, 2022

After selling its building several weeks ago, the Prairie Vista Unitarian Universalist Church used the funds to give back to organizations within the community with missions that align with those of the church. That’s why following a $10,000 donation to CAPstone on Jan. 4, the church gave another $10,000 to Panhandle Equality on Jan. 19.


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