Tag Archives: Identity Inc.
James Crump came to Alaska to find himself, and stayed in Alaska to share himself with us. His death on June 25 at Anchorage’s Pride parade was a blow not only to his family & friends, but also to our whole community. But just what is our community — and where do we go from here? Continue reading
Crossposted at Bent Alaska My first Pride in Anchorage, just short of a year after I first arrived in Alaska, was in June 1983. This was my second Pride march overall — my first had been in Boston in 1981, … Continue reading
The Alaska LGBT Community Survey will be a statewide survey of Alaska’s gay, lesbian, transgender, and bisexual populace. We aim to have at least initial results of our survey by April 2011.
Not quite ALL about my 2009, because that would take a year to write. This only took several hours.
This is a slightly revised version of a page I just put up to give Identity Reports and One in Ten a permanent front page presence on my blog. In the 1980s, the nonprofit organization Identity, Inc. conducted two major … Continue reading
I will be testifying about these studies at tonight’s Anchorage Assembly meeting. They are are online by following this link: http://www.henkimaa.com/identity/. Update (6/17/09) I’ve turned this into a “sticky post” so it’ll stay on top for awhile, to make it … Continue reading
You’ve heard about them — or maybe you haven’t — but now you have. Anyway: now they’re online! As I wrote in my June 2 letter to the Anchorage Assembly: It’s been pointed out that the government maintains no statistics … Continue reading
My letter to the Anchorage Municipal Assembly and Acting Mayor Matt Claman in support of the Anchorage equal rights ordinance, which would add “sexual orientation” and “veteran status” to those classes already included in Title V, Anchorage’s equal rights code.