Topics :: Dustin Lance Black
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By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Dec 4, 2013
It’s only been a few days since British Olympic diver Tom Daley revealed that he is in a happy relationship with an unnamed man but reports are surfacing, alleging that the athlete’s new boyfriend is "Milk" screenwriter, Dustin Lance Black.
By Jenny Block | Friday Nov 8, 2013
It was a star-studded evening as the celebs lined up to support local HIV/AIDS charities through the 10th annual Black Tie Dinner in Dallas.
By Bobby McGuire | Saturday Jul 13, 2013
In a case of boycotts making strange bedfellows, Oscar winner and gay activist Dustin Lance Black and NOM co-founder and anti-gay activist Maggie Gallagher have found themselves on the same side of the debate over the upcoming film "Ender’s Game."
By Joel Martens | Tuesday Nov 20, 2012
He’s a busy, busy guy and an admitted workaholic, "That’s the Mormon in me." He was able to take a moment and chat about his life, politics, what’s coming up for him and the play’s intended impact.
By Mark Kennedy | Tuesday Sep 13, 2011
Dustin Lance Black’s play based on the federal trial against Prop 8 seeks to redress a lack of public access to the testimony offered at the trial, which the Supreme Court said could not be broadcast.
By Michael K. Lavers | Friday Jun 3, 2011
Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black sat down with EDGE to discuss his "Testimony: Take a Stand" campaign with the Courage Campaign, the ongoing federal Proposition 8 case and the state of the LGBT rights movement.
By Michael K. Lavers | Thursday Mar 31, 2011
Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black spoke about Proposition 8, LGBT advocacy and the upcoming biopic on former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover at the Duplex Diner in the District on Tuesday, March 29.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Mar 16, 2010
Alumni of a Michigan college that has a policy in place to discourage GLBT groups on campus are now pressuring their alma mater to drop the anti-gay measure.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Jan 13, 2010
A national group dedicated to preventing gay teen suicide has added two Hollywood luminaries to its board: actor Neil Patrick Harris and Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, both openly gay.
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