Great things happen when we all come together. On Tuesday the community team effort that included SAVE, Equality Florida, SunServe - Social Services for South Florida's LGBT Community and various faith leaders from across the County resulted in the Broward County commissioners unanimously voting in favor to pass a countywide ban on conversion therapy. The bill will ensure this so called "therapy" is kept from hurting any more #LGBTQ youth in Broward County.>
Special thanks to Bill Sponsor, Commissioner Nan Rich and Community Leader, Michael Emanuel Rajner for being at the helm of this initiative and to Wilton Manors Vice Mayor, Justin Flippen for supporting our mission from the start.
SAVE Action PAC announced today it has endorsed three candidates in the upcoming race: Dan Gelber for Mayor, Mark Samuelian for Commissioner in group two and Michael Gongora for Commissioner in group three.
Taddeo is running for a seat in District 40 of the Florida State Senate, a post recently vacated by Frank Artiles after he went on a racist and homophobic tirade that resulted in him resigning.
Annette Taddeo, moved to the United States from Colombia at the age of 17 and has been a Miami-Dade resident for over 30 years. Since then, she started a family and founded LanguageSpeak, a successful small business providing translation services in more than 240 languages.Read more
We're proud to announce that it will honor TV personality and teen transgender activist Jazz Jennings, family law attorney Nancy Brodzki, and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd as its 2017 Champions of Equality.
The Champions of Equality Gala, to be held the evening of Friday, June 16, 2017 at Downtown Miami's all-new Penthouse Riverside Wharf, will honor the community leaders who have significantly advanced the cause of equality for the LGBTQ community in South Florida.Read more
In an incredible WIN for the LGBTQ community and ALL Americans, the U.S. House of Representatives has just abandoned its critical vote on the AHCA "Trumpcare" proposal. Trumpcare is effectively dead this year.Read more