My name is Remy and I’m 26 years old. I grew up in Western Maryland, but now I live in Baltimore City where I’m a medical student. Med school doesn’t leave me much free time, but when I have it, I enjoy reading, indoor rock climbing, and playing saxophone.
I hope that my home state passes the gender identity anti-discrimination law in this legislative session because I shouldn’t have to fear discrimination. Without anti-discrimination protections, transgender Marylanders live in the fear of losing their jobs or being denied housing simply because of who they are. Simple things like filling out a job application become a lot more stressful when they shouldn’t have to be. It’s time to end discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression because all Marylanders should be able to provide for themselves and their families
Join Equality Maryland as we celebrate the Capital Pride Street Festival on Pennsylvania Avenue between 3rd and 7th Streets. The Festival is DC’s largest annual one-day event with over 150,000 visitors, almost 300 sponsor & vendor exhibits, three stages, two beverage gardens, a family area, Taste AT Pride, Art in Pride and numerous food vendors offering a huge selection of various cuisines. We'll have a table set-up for all of your EQMD swag needs, make sure to stop by!
All are welcome at The Interfaith Fairness Coalition of Maryland's annual Pride Interfaith Service held at Metropolitan Community Church of Baltimore on Thursday June 13th at 7:30pm.