With 2019’s celebration of our 50 years and 50 years since Stonewall still reverberating through our movement, DignityUSA turns to the future with a new forward-looking logo to communicate our image to the world. Our past logo and its tagline, in use prior to the special 50th anniversary logo, did not encompass the fullness of the DignityUSA community.
In early March, DignityUSA filed Amicus Briefs in two lawsuits challenging Catholic institutions’ claims of “ministerial exemptions” in the termination or mistreatment of three employees. In the US Supreme Court cases of St. James School v. Estate of Kristen Biehl and Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Agnes Morrissey-Berru, the schools in question claimed “ministerial exemption” in terminating a Catholic laywoman and a non-Catholic woman, respectively, both teachers, due to disability and age. In Koenke v. St.
Since many in the Dignity community are in groups considered high risk if they contract the corona COVID-19 virus, the Board and staff are urging everyone to follow public health and other official directives for your area. Please reach out to friends and community members, especially those who may be isolated. A phone call from you may really brighten someone’s day!