Capital City Alliance calls for support of Metro Council to pass Human Rights Ordinance. This time is now for a Human Rights Ordinance in Baton Rouge to provide employment and housing protections for all people. While Sheriff Gautreaux has shown
In a meeting last week, Sheriff Sid Gautreaux expressed that he was baffled as to why the portion of the “crimes against nature” law that was ruled unconstitutional remained on the books in Louisiana. He has assured Capital City Alliance
Capital City Alliance has received the following release from the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office. We are glad the Sheriff is willing to work with us to prevent any future problems with regards to the “crimes against nature” law in
Over the weekend, the Baton Rouge LGBT community and our allies have demonstrated incredible courage through a public outcry of shock and disappointment at the news that the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office was intentionally using outdated, unconstitutional laws
I know everyone has followed the recent developments regarding same sex marriage. There’s no doubt that the Supreme Court rulings have changed the conversation around marriage equality across the country. We want you to be a part of that conversation.
On June 23, 2012, history was made in Louisiana! For the first time ever, over 300 members of the LGBTQ community and their allies stood firm and marched to the State Capitol steps in Baton Rouge. That day was a
For the past five months, a group of four incredible graphic design students at LSU have been working furiously to bring CCA a new look that better reflects our organization. This group is called Siren Design (or the Sirens as