After quietly losing all its staff last year, Equality Arizona—one of the state’s longest running LGBTQ+ advocacy orgs—faced closure. But a familiar face brought it back, and not everyone is OK with it.
The grant comes with entrance into an incubator program led by American Journalism Project that will help fulfill our mission as Arizona’s only LGBTQ+ investigative news outlet
From Proud Boys showing up at charity shows, to Kris Mayes' proposed rules to end a ban on gay male blood donation... here are the stories LOOKOUT published in April.
The news organization is calling on all news outlets to help build out its diversity database, in order to build trust in the community and among readers.
LOOKOUT did a lot last month, from radio spots to our first collab with another news outlet. In case you missed all of that, we compiled it all below for you.
An editorial message about Nashville...How the DOJ is working to address record low hate crime reports... and a new EYES ON THE STATE
Hobbs spoke at a gala this weekend for LGBTQ+ youth: "With me as your governor, you have not just an ally, but a champion."... A new "Eyes on the State"... and our next Listening Session is March 30.
From anti-LGBTQ+ legislation to abuse of a gay male couple in Queen Creek, here are all the things we published. ALSO... a NEW Eyes on the State!
Threats, homophobic slurs, and property damage is making this queer couple reconsider moving to Phoenix's most sprawling suburb.
The state's religious right has moved forward two of seven anti-LGBTQ+ bills that aim to limit queer people from the public. Protesters this weekend had words to say.
Two out of seven bills that target trans kids and the broader LGBTQ+ community have made it through their committees. What impact do these bills have on the youth their sponsors claim to want to help?