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The Arkansas State University Gay-Straight Alliance advocated for changes similar to protections approved earlier this year in Conway and North Little Rock.Students told the aldermen that Jonesboro should be a welcoming place. Article continues below Arkansas is set to become the second state it the nation to bar municipalities from enacting certain anti-discrimination protections.Each building's Teacher of the Year will then be in consideration for the District Teacher of the Year that will be announced in August.
In keeping with our democratic principles, all people are invited to participate.
We are the first congregation in Arkansas to be officially recognized as a Welcoming Congregation by the Unitarian Universalist Association.
A Welcoming Congregation is a religious community that welcomes and accepts people who are bisexual, gay, lesbian, or transgender; that strives to be a safe and affirming environment for those among us who are bisexual, gay, lesbian, or transgender; that ensures all areas of congregational life are open and inclusive; and that commits itself to work for the rights and dignity of bisexual, gay, lesbian, or transgender people in the larger community. We believe that personal experience, conscience, and reason should be the final authorities in religion.
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It may be that the district attorney that is handling your case is more likely to offer a plea bargain than the district attorney in the next county.
— Jonesboro city leaders have rejected a proposal to protect city employees from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.