It’s time that our community and allies stand together to let our representatives know that we oppose Trump’s ban of transgender individuals in the military. We are facing a time in our country where we must take action and fight to
“Love is Love is Love” was chanted as we marched through downtown Baton Rouge. Capital City Alliance’s Baton Rouge Pride March held Saturday, June 17th, 2017 was an energetic and passionate display of solidarity and I was honored to have
First LGBT focused youth homeless residential program in Louisiana Diversity House, the first transitional living facility with a focus on LGBT homeless youth in Louisiana, opened in February of 2016. The residential program provides individuals between the ages
Smoking remains the single largest cause of preventable death in the U.S. Cigarette smoking is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths per year in the U.S., including 41,000 deaths resulting from secondhand smoke, according to the Centers for Disease Control
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
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
CCA is working locally to engage the Baton Rouge community and raise awareness amongst students, teachers, administrators and the public.
Thoughts on the upcoming Fairness Ordinance vote.