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Equality Ohio often hears from LGBTQ people who are in a bind; sometimes because Ohio’s laws often leave them out, and sometimes because many systems just aren’t set up to serve LGBTQ people.

We want those calls to result in action, not a referral and crossed fingers.

Equality Ohio Education Fund’s Legal Clinic will open its doors in 2019. This year, we are conducting a needs assessment and community survey to determine the highest need and the best way we can provide this service. The 2018 work is thanks to support from the The Cleveland Foundation and the Ohio State Bar Foundation.

For more information, please email maya@equalityohio.org.

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We’re opening our doors in 2019. In meantime, we would love your feedback.

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Welcome to the seventh in an 8-part series titled Frosting on the Cakes: Non-Discrimination Laws, First Amendment in the Mix at Supreme Court (Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, No. 16-111). We are joined by guest author Chad M. Eggspuehler to dig into the dynamics of this case, what you need to know to follow […]

Part 6. Get Out the Measuring Cups: Following the Recipe & Sifting Through This Week’s Argument

About this Blog Series Welcome to the sixth in an 8-part series titled Frosting on the Cakes: Non-Discrimination Laws, First Amendment in the Mix at Supreme Court (Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, No. 16-111). We are joined by guest author Chad M. Eggspuehler to dig into the dynamics of this case, what you need to […]