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Dr. Manning Marable: An Appreciation by Dr. Glenda Russell

The minute I read of the untimely death of Dr. Manning Marable in last weekend’s paper, tears sprang to my eyes. As a fierce ally to the LGBTQA community, Dr. Marable was as much a member of the movement for LGBTQ liberation as he was a straight, Black man who exhorted white people to be active members of the movement for justice for people of color. For Dr.


Out Boulder board member reflects on 'Sacred Heart Injustice' one year later

If you are not familiar with what happened last year, you can read the details here. Briefly, Sacred Hearth Catholic School in Boulder refused to re-enroll the children of a lesbian couple, simply because of the children have two moms. The story made international news...

To recognize the one year anniversary, the following blog is by Kathleen Sepeda, an Out Boulder board member, straight ally and Catholic.


We’re Building the Bicycle as We’re Riding It…


As Black History Month wraps up, I think about Bayard Rustin.

If you don’t recognize his name, I encourage you to check out the excellent book, “Lost Prophet: The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin” by John D'Emilio.  If you’d prefer to watch his story, a beautiful documentary was made in 2002 called ”Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin.”  One of my favorite quotes is by Rustin, “We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers. Our power is in our ability to make things unworkable.”


Courage is the most important of all the virtues...

“Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can't practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage.” – Maya Angelou

For the past year, Out Boulder has been collaborating with VOICE (Voices of Immigrant Children for Education and Equality).  VOICE and Out Boulder believe our movements not only intersect (as in there are undocumented LGBTQ people) but that our movements have a lot in common.


Introducing Out's Newest Team Memeber!

Out Boulder is excited to introduce the newest addition to the team: Mauricio Shoup!


Party Planning as a Career…and for Liberation, too!

A few months ago, our five year old niece was trying to make sense of the
jobs the adults in her life do for a living.

For example, her uncle edits a trade journal. As my partner explained what he
does, her five year old mind turned that into, “My uncle writes stories.”

Our niece’s father helps companies maximize their online marketing
opportunities. She translated his work as, “My daddy makes money” (I think she
pictured him literally printing out the dollar bills right at work :) ).


Tucson - A Love Story

Tucson – A Love Story

“…everything I have ever learned in my lifetime leads back to this: the fires and the black river of loss whose other side is salvation, whose meaning none of us will ever know.”  - Mary Oliver


A Joint Statement about Don't Ask, Don't Tell and the DREAM Act – LGBT and Immigrant Communities Continue to Stand Together

VOICE, LYFE and Out Boulder – A Joint Statement about Don't Ask, Don't Tell and the DREAM Act – LGBT and Immigrant Communities Continue to Stand Together

Many people in the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) and Allied community have worked tirelessly to help repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” On Saturday, the U.S. Senate approved a stand-alone bill to repeal the military’s 17-year-old ban on lesbians, gays and bisexuals serving openly in the military.  The vote was 65-31.


Queer-affirmative research study about sexual orientation.

Hello! My name is Eva Woodward and I am a psychology doctoral student at Suffolk University in Boston, MA.  I am conducting a queer-affirmative research study about society’s views about sexual orientation.  If


Make it Better so it Gets Better!

 The recent attention to suicide committed by gay youth across the nation has many of us thinking about the real effect of living in a society that still does not respect the its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community members. This is unfortunately not a new problem but rather an ongoing challenge for LGBT youth in our country.