That was the word that plodded through my mind when planning the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition’s BisMan Metro Solidarity with Charlottesville rally for Monday. Being the firecracker and loose cannon that I am, Continue reading Inconvenienced
Is there a slow death of religious liberty?
In America, protected classes include race, color, national origin, choice of religion, disability, and familial status. What reason must ones chosen religion, which is a protected class, need additional Religious Freedom laws? Continue reading Liberty includes respect for others
Thank you to each of the individuals and the many organizations that fought once again for continuing the battle for Continue reading HB1386 Sentiments
Letter to the editor: Monologue needs to change toward LGBT people
By Kevin R. Tengesdal from Bismarck on Apr 30, 2015 at 7:22 a.m.
Perhaps, we need to change the monologue.
Instead of saying, “God hates gay people,” say, “God Hates [name of family member or friend who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender!” Continue reading Monologue needs to change toward LGBT people
We’re neighbors, not new people
By KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Aug 31, 2014
In a Gallup article titled “North Dakota: Legendary among states,” in discussing if our state is a “Good place for gay or lesbian people,” Gov. Jack Dalrymple suggests, “There’s a tendency for people not being immediately comfortable with new people until they have had a chance to meet them and evaluate them. We’re evolving every year and becoming more accustomed to different people and lifestyles.” Continue reading We’re neighbors, not new people