What do the election results mean for the lgbt community?

by on November 2, 2010  •  In Elections

CORRECTION – The Williams Institute event will be the evening of Wednesday, November 10. Speakers and location are unchanged.

After the dust settles for a day, two lgbt organizations will host discussions on Thursday of what the 2010 election results mean for lgbt issues.

The National Lesbian and Gay Bar Association is sponsoring a Post-Election National Conference Call on November 4 from 5 to 5:30 pm EST. NCLR Legal Director Shannon Minter and Penn Law Professor and White House adviser on lgbt issues Tobias Wolff will lead the discussion.Register here in order to listen in and ask questions.

On the West Coast, the Williams Institute will host an expert panel discussion on Election 2010: The Impact on LGBT Rights, on Thursday from 6:30 to 8 pm PST. Washington Post writer Jonathan Capehart will moderate a panel including Aaron Belkin, Robin Brand, David Codell, Gary Gates, and Mara Keisling. The event will be in Room 1347 of UCLA Law School.

Both events are free and open to the public.


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