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Houston Voice, June 10, 2005 - File 006. 2005-06-10. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2763/show/2743.

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Title Houston Voice, June 10, 2005
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date June 10, 2005
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE www.houstonvoice.com JUNE 10,2005 5 national news briefs Defense switches focus in Calif, transgender killing case HAYWARD, Calif. (AP) - Darkness descended the night a transgender teenager was beaten and strangled to death, the attorney for one of the men accused in the killing said as he laid out his case for the jury. In a surprising departure from the first trial in the case which ended with a hung jury last year, attorney Bill DuBois said his client, Jose Merel, would take the stand and talk about his genuine attachment for 17-year- old Gwen Araujo. "He will tell you about the horror of that evening, about seeing into the heart of darkness that descended over that house on the fourth of October 2002," DuBois said in his opening statement last week. Merel, Michael Magidson and Jason Cazares, all 25, face charges of first-degree murder. Prosecutors say Araujo, who was born a boy named Edward but came to believe her true identity was female, was killed after her biological gender was revealed in a confrontation at Merel's house in Newark, a San Francisco suburb. Merel's attorney, meanwhile, said his client cared for Araujo and did not do her serious injury. Sylvia Guerrero, had her son's name legally changed after her death as a sign of respect. (AP photo by Anda Chu/Fremont Argus) Public policy branch of Focus on the Family raises $9M DENVER — In its first six months of existence, the public policy branch of the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family raised funds equivalent to $50,000 a day records reviewed by the Denver Post show, the Summit Daily News reported. Fhcus Action brought in almost $9 million since it was started by James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family a nonprofit group that, as such, is barred from backing or opposing political candidates, the Daily News reported. From April to September 2004, Focus Action garnered $8.8 million, all from individuals, according to the newspaper The group then spent almost $2 million to distribute newsletters, e-mails and articles to prompt involvement in issues including gay marriage. The action group now wants to revive a proposed Federal Marriage Amendment to ban gay unions, according to the newspaper Colo, Hawaii schools react differently to bullying videos LAKEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Officials in the school district that includes Columbine High School have nixed the filming a movie at another school in the county because it deals in part with bullying. Jefferson County school officials said they were concerned that filming "The Sensei" at Alameda High School would reopen the wounds of Columbine, where 12 students and one teacher were fatally shot by two students in 1999 who had complained that they were bullied. The movie by writer-director Diana Lee Inosanto is about a gay teenager who learns martial arts after being bullied by high school athletes in the early 1980s, at the beginning of the AIDS epidemic. Stevenson said the board denial had nothing to do with the film's treatment of homosexuality and AIDS. In Wailuku, Hawaii, about 300 students at a Maui school have been shown a video encouraging tolerant behavior toward gays. Officials at King Kekaulike High School had planned to show but decided to require parental permission after some parents and residents objected Navajo Nation Council overrides veto of same-sex marriage ban ALBUQUERQUE (AP) The Navajo Nation Tribal Council has voted to override a veto of a law that bans same-sex marriage on the nation's largest Indian reservation. The council voted 62-14, with 12 delegates abstaining or absent last week, to override the decision by Navajo President Joe Shirley Jr last month to veto the Dine Marriage Act of 2005. Dine is the Navajos' name for themselves. The act defines marriage as a relationship between a man and a woman and prohibits plural marriages as well as marriage between parents and children, grandparents and grandchildren, brothers and sisters and other close relatives. "In the traditional Navajo ways, gay marriage is a big 'no, no,'" said Kenneth Maryboy, a delegate from Montezuma Creek, Utah, who voted in favor of the ban. "It all boils down to the circle of life. We were put on the Earth to produce offspring." Zions Bank pulls sponsorship of HRC fund-raiser in Utah SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Zions Bank pulled its sponsorship of a gay rights group's fundraiser last week after receiving anonymous phone calls saying the event supports samesex marriage. The event is to support the Human Rights Campaign, a national gay rights advocacy group. Zions Bank spokesperson Robert Brough said the sponsorship was pulled to "avoid any misinterpretation related to the controversy around this issue [same-sex marriage]. We signed onto this thinking it was a Democratic Party human rights event to promote equality in the work force, particularly single mothers," he said. Brough said the sponsorship was requested by philanthropist Bruce Bastian, who is hosting the fund-raiser at his Orem, Utah, home. "Without being intimately familiar" with the HRC, Brough said, bank officials agreed to sponsor the event framed as a fund-raiser for work-force equality From staff and wire reports Make the Move foSmaath Cheri A. 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