Scottsdale for All campaign offers perception of equality to outside world

If beauty is found in the eye of the beholder then the idea of equality can be realized in the mind’s eye. The Human Relations Commission — [...] Continue Reading →

Chevaleau: LGBT discrimination is alive and well in Scottsdale

The issue of a nondiscrimination ordinance to members of the LGBT community has come before the Scottsdale City Council several times in the last [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale discrimination case shines light on LGBT inequality

A formal case of discrimination for sexual orientation has emerged in Scottsdale. In January the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a [...] Continue Reading →

Hughey: the first step is admitting you have a problem

“Scottsdale doesn’t have a problem with discrimination.” That’s what we’ve heard over and over again from opponents of a non-discrimination [...] Continue Reading →

Hughey: Scottsdale can’t have it both ways and get NCAA events

Two weeks ago, city of Scottsdale officials came out once again to say they would not adopt a non-discrimination ordinance that was inclusive of [...] Continue Reading →

Greco: Scottsdale LGBT nondiscrimination slight is no new occurrence

Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane recently tried to set his record straight on not supporting a comprehensive nondiscrimination ordinance for Scottsdale. [...] Continue Reading →

The public is not getting the full story on Scottsdale LGBT non-discrimination ordinance

Reading between the lines of the recent article about the death of the non-discrimination ordinance in Scottsdale reveals the failure of [...] Continue Reading →

Commentary: Some in Scottsdale want to profit from, but not protect LGBTQ community

On March 23, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, in partnership with City of Scottsdale Office of Diversity and the Scottsdale Human [...] Continue Reading →

Mayor Lane sets the record straight on Scottsdale LGBT nondiscrimination pursuit

There has been an effort over the last year or so by the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender community to institute through law a protected [...] Continue Reading →