Reporting From Creating Change

The national conference on LGBTQ equality hits H-Town

Activist queers worldwide converge in Houston this week for Creating Change: The National Conference on LGBTQ Equality, hosted annually by the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force.

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Watch comedian/political commentator Kate Clinton entice and lasso folks up for five days of workshops, performances, and hot, hot learnin'.

The conference runs Wednesday, Jan. 29–Sunday, Feb. 2. I will begin coverage tomorrow, covering the four remaining days. Download the full schedule as a PDF here.

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