28 Feb 2013

Damon Seils for Carrboro Board of Aldermen

Orange County, North Carolina has a long history of supporting openly gay candidates for elected office. Chapel Hill elected the first openly gay elected official in North Carolina in 1987 when Joe Herzenberg was elected to the Town Council (Herzenberg had been appointed to fill an un-expired term in 1979,

22 Jan 2013

Roe at 40

The 40th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade provides the pro-choice community a chance to reflect on our victories and defeats over the last four decades. It is clear that the individuals and organizations opposed to legal abortion are quickly adapting new strategies and tactics to advance their agenda. While anti-choice

05 Dec 2012

Reflection from #LGBTLeaders

I hopped off the plane at LAX last Thursday not really knowing what to expect. I was going to California to attend the Gay & Lesbian Victory Institute’s LGBT Leaders Conference not feeling very optimistic about the state of LGBT rights in my state. I was elected to the Chapel Hill Town Council