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"Planting Peace will not stop fighting for LGBT rights until all sexual and gender minorities experience full, fundamental rights in every corner of the world."
"Things can change very fast. There’s no sitting around a board room. We just go for it."
The teen, who had seen the Equality House on Facebook, brought balloons that read "Happy Birthday" for their mother who had
Tilley said his deputies charged the six brothers, ranging in age from 19 to 27, on May 6, with a number of crimes related
Jackson added, "However, We can’t just focus on what we have done but rather what still needs to be accomplished. Suicide
On the one-year anniversary of the Equality House, we take a short look back at the day Planting Peace stood up for the community of Topeka and equality everywhere.
Operating entirely through funding from the public, these orphanages take in children from the streets, other overcrowded
Jackson bought the house last year, after using Google Earth to research the location of Westboro, where he spotted a "for
A group of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) residents and allies in Topeka, Kansas, recently took to the streets
Ever since Aaron Jackson hired a painting company to emblazon the house across the street from Westboro Baptist Church with
The man contracted to paint Planting Peace's Equality House across the street from Westboro Baptist Church tells HuffPost how it's going.
A house across the street from Westboro Baptist Church is painted in Pride colors. The makeover is part of a new initiative by Planting Peace, founded by Aaron Jackson.
"I read a story about Josef Miles, a 10-year-old kid who counter-protested the Westboro Baptist Church by holding the sign