Hundreds of thousands of people packed the sidewalks and parkways in Uptown, Boystown, Lakeview East, and Lincoln Park neighborhoods.
A row house in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood received the national designation for being birthplace of the first chartered LGBT organization in the U.S.
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Organizers of Chicago’s Gay Pride Parade hope that the addition of 90 off-duty police officers will help with crowd control
Remembering the Pink Triangle showcased the newest addition to the Legacy Walk in the fall, memorializing and honoring LGBT victims of the Holocaust.
The Illinois House and Senate passed the Illinois Youth Mental Health Protection Act. It would ban conversion therapy on persons under age 18.
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The Windy City will host the National LGBT Bar Association, an affiliate of the American Bar Association, from Aug. 4 to 8.
Noted LGBT activist, lawyer, writer and editor William B. Kelley died earlier this week.
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