Netflix threatens to sue ‘Straight Pride’ for listing them as a “corporate sponsor” – Gay Times

“Our legal department is here, it’s queer, and it’s telling you to steer clear.” Netflix have threatened to sue the organisers of ‘Straight Pride’, Super Happy America, after they listed the streaming platform as a “prospective corporate sponsor” for their upcoming anti-LGBTQ event. …Netflix’s legal department is here, it’s queer, and it’s telling Straight Pride organizers to steer clear.

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Author: https://facebook.com/111096928343 – Equality Ohio


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Teachers pack up belongings from classroom at Village Academy

POWELL, Ohio (WCMH) – A sad and frustrating week for employees and families at Village Academy is ending on an uncertain note. Thursday, staff was given six hours to pack up belongings from a…A sad and frustrating week for employees and families at Village Academy is ending on an uncertain note.

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Author: https://facebook.com/38342932750 – NBC4


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Photos from Kent State University Museum’s post

Garment of the day: Robe of deep pink silk heavily embroidered overall with silver thread, Turkish, ca. 1900-25, KSUM 1983.1.982.

Author: https://facebook.com/96914435300 – Kent State University Museum


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Photos from Columbus Division of Police’s post

NEED HELP IDENTIFYING THIS PERSON:

On July 11, 2019 there was a shooting at 5440 E Livingston Avenue (A&B Market), where 20yo Tyler Jones (M/B) was shot & transported in critical condition.

On July 13, 2019, Jones passed away.

The attached pictures of the black male with braids was seen walking into the market with the victim & was present at time of shooting.

We’re looking to identify him to interview him. Witnesses at the scene stated his nickname could be “Twin”.

On the day of shooting he was wearing no shirt, camo shorts & slides.

The two came from east of the market from E. Livingston Ave. & he fled on foot westbound on E. Livingston Ave.

Anyone with info on this man’s identity is asked to contact Det. Shockey in CPD’s
Homicide Unit is asked to contact jshockey@columbuspolice.org or
614-645-4222.

Author: https://facebook.com/92955766761 – Columbus Division of Police


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