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A murder victim found last Friday, November 8, discarded in a trash receptacle off Woodward Avenue in Detroit has not yet been identified, but is believed to be a member of the transgender community.
- Royal Oak Votes For Fairness and Equality - November 5, 2013
- Federal Judge Hears Arguments on Michigan's Ban on Same-Sex Marriage - October 16, 2013
- Online database of county clerks and clergy supporting same-sex marriage ceremonies - October 14, 2013
In the Media
WDET's Craig Fahle speaks with Michigan Public Radio Network Capital Bureau Chief Rick Pluta about the start of the lame duck session in Lansing. Craig speaks with Emily Dievendorf, Director of Policy for Equality Michigan, about State House Bills HB5763 and HB5764. Both would significantly alter the rules for adoption agencies and according to Dievendorf, could potentially discriminate against certain families.
- Equality Michigan's Roland Leggett Profiled in Between the Lines - Between the Lines - November 1, 2012
- Homophobic Attack Highlights Lack Of Protections In Michigan - Towleroad - October 4, 2012
- Car Accident Escalates Into Hate Crime Against Detroit Lesbian Couple - Queerty - October 4, 2012
Equality Michigan is now hiring a Victim Advocate for our Department of Victim Services. The Victim Advocate is a victim/survivor-centered position whose primary focus is to assist victims/survivors of anti- LGBT and anti-HIV hate/bias motivated crime, discrimination, sexual assault, and intimate partner violence. Anyone interested should please send a cover letter and resume to Equality Michigan by close of business on December 11, 2013.