Capital City Alliance is a community organization dedicated to engaging, promoting, and advocating for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in Baton Rouge.
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We are an all-volunteer organization. We need your help to put on events, keep up on social media, and write blog posts about LGBT live in Baton Rouge!
An easily accessible list of over one hundred LGBT-friendly vendors in categories ranging from florists to officiants to videographers.
Capital City Alliance invites you to report through our online reporting form instances of anti-LGBTQ violence and discrimination.
- The Department of Labor issued a new rule extending the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to married same-sex spouses all over the country, including Louisiana.
- Like many, Capital City Alliance is cautiously optimistic that marriage equality will come to Louisiana sometime soon. When that day arrives, we want the Baton Rouge LGBT community to be able to declare their love and commitment without fear that
- Capital City Alliance and Equality Louisiana are very proud to announce a brand new campaign called Louisiana Loves! featuring LGBTQ couples across Louisiana! The purpose of Louisiana Loves is to highlight real LGBTQ Louisianians who have been denied the freedom