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Nowhere in Africa (2001)
(Nirgendwo in Afrika) What is the most critical element in defining a human being? Is it race? Gender? Nationality? Religion? Family? Friendships? In times of severe crisis, what do we look...
Oskar Schindler (28 April 1908 – 9 October 1974) was an ethnic German industrialist, German spy, and member of the Nazi party who is credited with saving the lives of 1200 Jews during the...
End time prophecies: Ebola plague, population control, Syria, Isis Ebo(Hebrew)
End time prophecies: Ebola plague, population control, Syria, Isis Ebo(Hebrew) Ebo(Hebrew) Is it any wonder that Ebo means Hebrew? Who was this plague designed for? You Hebrews! Africa was...
2012 Long Island GLBT Equality Awards Gala Recap Video
More than 350 people came out to support the mission of the Long Island GLBT Services Network at the 2012 Long Island GLBT Equality Awards Gala on April 27, 2012 at Carlyle on the Green. Save...
LI Gay PTSA on WABC
On April 19th, The Long Island GLBT Network chartered the nation's first GLBT-focused parent, teacher, student association.
LIGALY's TRUE Calling Video Project Teaser
Every Tuesday at 5:00pm, youth from across the island gather at The Center at Garden City for the TRUE Calling Video Project. TRUE Calling is creating a series of videos, made by and for GLBT...
LIGALY Featured in News 12 LI's 2-Part Series on Anti-GLBT Bullying
News 12 Long Island ran a 2-part series on Anti-GLBT Bullying in November 2010. The series features LIGALY Staff and Youth, and gives viewers a glimpse of Community Education program. Both...
LIGALY 20th Anniversary Video
Since December 1, 1993, tens of thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) youth and their families have found a home and a safe place at LIGALY. LIGALY's services and programs.
Supreme Court to Hear Marriage Cases
The United States Supreme Court announced on December 7 that it will hear oral arguments on two cases related to marriage equality. Network CEO David Kilmnick comments on the potential impact...
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In September, 1939, Germany invaded Poland, and soon after Jews living in ghettos in Poland's cities were identified, sequestered, rounded up, shipped off to work camps or concentration camps, and exterminated as part of what we know of today as the ...
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Around the Web. Polish walkway named for woman who saved Jews · Irena Sendler: Let's Remember A Remarkable Heroine · Life in a Jar - the Irena Sendler Project · List of individuals and groups assisting Jews during the Holocaust ... History of the Jews ...
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