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Op-ed: Same-sex marriage is only the beginning

...and especially Christians, out of the public square.What might be a preview of things to come occurred last week when the Fairfax County (Va.) School Board voted 10-2 to approve a "gender identity" curriculum for children starting in seventh grade...

...programs," said Mark Sklarow, executive director of the Independent Educational Consultants Association, a nonprofit in Fairfax, Va., that helps families find the right programs for their troubled children. "You take a kid playing video games all...
Incumbents returned to Sealaska board

...Joseph Demmert Jr., Kake commercial fisherman and charter-boat operator Clarence Jackson Sr., and Jacqueline Johnson of Fairfax, Va., who is executive director of the National Congress of American Indians. The four will serve three-year terms on...

...Howard and Bettie Davis of Clam Gulch and Danny and Gail Presley of Happy Valley. His great-grandparents are Agnuns Davis of Fairfax, Va., Bob and Carolyn Turkington of Homer and Gary and Gail Presley of Happy Valley. Melody Choat Tucker and Johnathan...
Report says a prime piece of Permanent Fund real estate could be sold the eighth-largest mall in the country. The 2.1-million-square-foot building sits at a central crossroads in Fairfax County, one of the wealthiest counties in the United States. The average household income within five miles is $122,264...
Joseph Dale Denison

...board the U.S.S. America CV-66 during Desert Storm and was honorably discharged. He worked for Capital Boiler Works in Fairfax, Va., from 1993 to 1997 and for Ireland Marine in Chesapeake, Va., in 1997. Later that year he began working as a welder...
Leslie I. 'Les' Crane, contributions may be made in Mr. Crane's name to his two favorite nonprofits, NRA-ILA 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030, or Resources for the Blind, Box 1403 Homer, AK 99603. Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in...
Call Me Kuchu

Now Playing Synopsis: At a time when Ugandan lawmakers have proposed a bill to make homosexuality punishable by death, filmmakers Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall profile the country's first openly gay man and a religious leader who have put their lives on the line to fight for equality. In Uganda homosexuals are known as "kuchus" and face brutal discrimination for their sexual orientation. Amidst swelling anti-homosexual sentiments in both the government and the local communities, activist David Kato comes out as openly gay, and wages a valiant fight to repeal his country's fiercely homophobic laws. Meanwhile, Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, a rare religious supporter of gay rights in Uganda, finds himself excommunicated from the church over his support of the LGBT community. Later, when David is brutally murdered just weeks after a notable legal victory for the community, a new generation of gay advocates begins to rise up, and challenge their oppressors. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: David Kato, Naome Ruzindana Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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