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Gov. Hochul signs hate crime prevention legislation, but leaders say ‘more action’ is needed

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WATCH News12: Long Island’s LGBTQ community on high alert following Club Q slaying in Colorado

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READ: Nightclub Shooting Called ‘Hate Attack’

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READ: LGBT Network Launches ‘Pride Patrol’ to Monitor Meetings

More than 100 people have signed up to join the patrol, said David Kilmnick, president and CEO of the LGBT Network, during a town hall meeting Thursday night in Hauppauge.
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2022 LGBT WORKPLACE SUMMIT CREATES SAFER WORKPLACES FOR LGBT PEOPLE

The 2nd annual LGBT Network Workplace Summit held on Wednesday, October 19th 2022 convened over 30 companies with over 100 attendees from multiple sectors of business. The event’s Opening Plenary
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READ: LGBT Network to Host Job Summit

“It’s going to be great to be back in-person for the first time in three years,” said David Kilmnick, president and founder of the LGBT Network.
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