Each month at our Second Sunday Brunches, CCA spotlights a partner organization or LGBT-friendly business that does great work for the Baton Rouge community! Our September brunch featured the artistically amazing Elevator Projects and Walls Project, two organizations that CCA is
Thoughts on the upcoming Fairness Ordinance vote.
Taking part in the National Gay Blood Drive and The Walls Project’s Community Paint Day.
What do we want? Equality!
When do we want it? Now!
Hate crimes statistics are now being collected in Baton Rouge! In July 2013, a meeting between Capital City Alliance leadership and Sheriff Sid Gautreaux generated a number a productive solutions in the wake of reports that the Sheriff’s department was
Recently DOMA was found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court making way for the Internal Revenue Service to enact regulations to federal tax laws for legally married couples. Depending on the cumulative range of taxable income of the taxpayer and spouse,
Throughout 2013, Capital City Alliance has worked hard to engage, promote, and advocate for the LGBT community in greater Baton Rouge. We have endeavored to provide a face and strong voice for the community, and have sparked initiatives that will
A statewide poll commissioned by Capital City Alliance and its co-sponsors Equality Louisiana and Louisiana Progress was recently conducted by the LSU Public Policy Research Lab, revealing overwhelming support for fair treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people
There are wrong and right ways to talk about transgender people and issues in the media. I must admit I was hopeful that news outlets would be more aware of how transgender people were talked about in the media because
Since last November, Baton Rouge Mayor-President Kip Holden has worked closely with Capital City Alliance and EQLA to update the city’s nondiscrimination policy to make sure that all people are protected regardless of sex, race, religion, sexual orientation or gender