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Discrimination is very much alive in the lives of many young people and adults in the LGBTQ+ community. This type of injustice produces depression, self-hate, and even suicide. This is what we hope to combat with The Dandelion Project. Join us in this crusade to change the face of, not only Mississippi, but every community plagued with this epidemic.
The purpose of The Dandelion Project is to empower better understanding and acceptance of humanity’s diversity by embracing and promoting the vision of one community for all individuals. By providing an open, safe, and inclusive space dedicated to discovering and embracing one’s own individuality, the Project is committed to the continuing process of combating the fear that contributes to society’s divisive biases and prejudices. In the quest to further diminish harmful fears and misconceptions, The Dandelion Project sponsors and promotes an educational and outreach agenda designed to serve individuals regardless of where they may be in their own personal journey. The Project is a dynamic, responsive and collaborative effort highlighted by its ever-increasing array of educational programs, resources, support and advocacy.
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June 26, 2015
June 13, 2015
Brandiilyne Dear officiated for three couple's marriages in Hattiesburg after the U.S. Supreme Court handed down their decision affirming marriage equality across all fifty states.
GLAAD Southern Stories Tour stopped in Jackson for a screening of The LWord Mississippi and a visit to St. Alexis Episcopal Church. While there, GLAAD presented the award for Outstanding Documentary to LWord Mississippi.