Tennessee Equality Project
The organization has lobbied against a 2006 referendum to amend the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage, the dismissal of a lesbian soccer coach by Belmont University in 2010, the Don't Say Gay bill sponsored in 2011 by Sen. Stacey Campfield and Rep. Bill Dunn, and other public issues. It endorsed Nashville mayor Karl Dean for re-election in 2011.
The Project has received funds from the Human Rights Campaign and has partnered with the California-based Courage Campaign to develop political advertising based on the life story of an LGBT Tennessee resident.
- Frances Green, Gayellow Pages USA 2008-2009, Renaissance House, 2008, p. 400 
- Official website, About TEP
- Out & About Newspaper: "Tennessee Equality Project wins CABLE award", May 11, 2011, accessed July 4, 2011
- The Advocate: "Marriage Ban Momentum: Will 2005 become a repeat of last year's frenzy state constitutional amendments?", February 15, 2005, accessed July 4, 2011
- Human Rights Campaign: Tennessee Equality Project Call on Belmont University Officials to Halt Anti-LGBT Policies', December 6, 2010, accessed July 4, 2011
- Pink News: Steve Brewer, "Tennessee proposes bill to ban gay awareness in schools", March 1, 2011, accessed July 4, 2011
- Pink News: Jessica Geen, "Anger over Tennessee's 'don’t say gay' bill", 28 April 2011, accessed July 4, 2011
- Out & About Newspaper: "Tennessee Equality Project PA announces endorsements", June 12, 2011, accessed July 4, 2011
- Human Rights Campaign: "Human Rights Campaign Makes $10,000 Grant to Tennessee Equality Project", February 17, 2011, accessed July 4, 2011
- Out & About Newspaper: "Courage Campaign seeks video testimonies", June 30, 2011, accessed July 4, 2011
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