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Caudillo v. Lubbock Independent School Dist., F. Supp. 2d (N.D. Tex. ) :: Justia
Instead it was tied to a chain-link fence behind a community center east of Interstate 27 in a rundown industrial part of town. Despite the humble location, the daylong event with speakers and live music attracted about people and was a milestone for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in this mostly conservative and religious Panhandle city. For the last three years, Lubbock Pride has been organized by Kat Cade, a year-old Texas Tech University geography major and lifelong Lubbock resident. The first Pride event, in , was held by a different group. After coming out as a lesbian in , Ms. While she kept running into the same few people at meetings, she suspected there was a larger gay population in the area. She and a friend believed an annual event could help extend support to those people.
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Former school board President Mark Griffin said, "In an adult setting, at Texas Tech or some other place, it might have a completely different context and a different connotation. But not at a school district level, where we would have kids ranging from 12 to 17 on that campus. Ten years later, the organization's proponents argue that such teens need such a setting, as an increasing number of gays and lesbians come out in their teen years. Now the group wants to try again to, as Rogers equated it, "come out of the closet" and get an OK from the school district. Judge Sam Cummings deemed the district had acted legally.
Texas Tech Today September. Starting Oct. Events are intended to encourage honesty and openness about being gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer. A public colloquium.