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Dr. David Kilmnick appears regularly in broadcast and print media offering expertise, opinions, and insights on today’s most pressing issues for the LGBTQ Community, nonprofit industry, public policy, human rights, higher education, and online and distance learning.

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Fox5NY: LGBT Network CEO Vatican decree on unions is ‘mean spirited’

Pope Francis said that the Catholic Church welcomes and blesses gay people but cannot bless their unions because ...

Gay Catholics on Long Island buoyed by Pope Francis’ support of civil unions

Watch as David Kilmnick speaks with Newsday about the Pope's recent statement supporting civil unions for LGBTQ people.
Newsday: Navigating The Conventions

Newsday: Navigating The Conventions

Let's look back - waaay back. It's November 2019 and David Kilmnick president of the LGBT Network in Hauppauge, ...

News12: David Kilmnick discusses Trump’s roll back of transgender health care

TRANSGENDER HEALTH CARE: The Trump administration says it’s eliminating regulations prohibiting discrimination in ...

News12: Long Island Pride Goes Virtual

Stone Grissom talks with David Kilmnick, President & CEO of the LGBT Network, about the Pride Festival going ...
Ribbon Cut at LGBT Site

Ribbon Cut at LGBT Site

David Kilmnick,  addressing dozens of supporters, elected officials and their representatives, said that with hate ...
Newsday: LGBT Network Opens New, Larger Advocacy Center in Hauppauge

Newsday: LGBT Network Opens New, Larger Advocacy Center in Hauppauge

David Kilmnick, addressing dozens of supporters, elected officials and their representatives, said that with hate ...
Pride Poster Vandalized

Pride Poster Vandalized

The billboard was found torn down the center on Monday on the platform of the Sunrise Highway LIRR station, said ...

CBS2: LGBT Network President Sounds Off On Defacing Of Billboard

The billboard promoting a Pride festival was found ripped in pieces at the Long Island Rail Road station in ...

Newsday: MTA Police investigating vandalism of LGBT poster as potential hate crime

The billboard was found torn down the center on Monday on the platform of the Sunrise Highway LIRR station, said ...

NBC4: Threatening Email Sent to LGBTQ Group on Long Island

An anonymous threat was sent to a LGBTQ group threatening violence if they hold a planned event. Greg Cergol reports.

News12: LGBT Network Announces Funds for Program to Help Students Stay in School

Around 600 students took part in the annual LGBT Network conference Tuesday at Stony Brook University -- the ...