Location

Pizza People Pub
1326 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Join ONE Community for our monthly First Monday at Pizza People Pub!

Pizza People Pub is open offering an expanded menu and a range of beer, wine, & cocktails. Their signature pizza dough is made from scratch using their secret family recipe, hand tossed and made to order then baked in their stone deck ovens. You can also enjoy wings, burgers, salads, and other pub fare! They have gluten free and vegan options as well. Pizza People supports local Arizona businesses.

First Monday is FREE, but you must RSVP below!

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Shop at Fry's and Give Back through the Fry’s Community Rewards Program

Shop at Fry's and Give Back through the Fry’s Community Rewards Program

Fry's V.I.P Rewards members can register their card to benefit the ONE Community Foundation. Every time you shop at Fry's a portion of your sale will directly benefit us. The good news is it's free and all you have to do is register your rewards card.   Read more »

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It is with much enthusiasm that we welcome you to the CHANGE AGENT Program.  Presented by PetSmart the CHANGE AGENT Program was designed to give you—our present and future business leaders—the tools you need to spread the word about UNITY Pledge.

Spread a message dear to your heart
Network with others who share your passion
Make a difference in your community

The time commitment is simply ONE initial introduction meeting that also doubles as an opportunity for you to meet like-minded individuals and share your business!  The meeting for our next CHANGE AGENT Program will be held on the following dates:

2014 Change Agent Dates: Read more »

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Businesses lead social-justice fight for LGBT Arizonans

Businesses lead social-justice fight for LGBT Arizonans

After the October legalization of gay marriage, many human-rights advocates pointed out that same-sex couples could marry that Friday but be fired Monday for putting wedding photos on their desks at work.

That's because Arizona is one of 29 states without workplace protections based on sexual orientation and one of 32 without workplace protections based on gender identity or expression.

Sixty-five percent of Arizonans are not covered by anti-discrimination policies encompassing sexual orientation or gender expression in housing, workplaces, or leisure activities like lodging, restaurants or entertainment, according to calculations done by One Community, a human-rights and business-advocacy organization, Read more »

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Rep. Grijalva Leads Effort to Protect LGBT Unaccompanied Minors

Rep. Grijalva Leads Effort to Protect LGBT Unaccompanied Minors

Today, Congressman Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ) led 59 House Democrats in sending a letter to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell expressing concern over the lack of adequate protection against discrimination and sexual assault for unaccompanied minors in the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR). The lawmakers urge HHS to implement robust Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) regulations alongside guidance to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth from discrimination.
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Video director for a National Football League team comes out as gay

Video director for a National Football League team comes out as gay

After spending 17 years as a National Football League employee, Rob Brakel is tired of being in the closet. He's come out to the league and his team, the Arizona Cardinals.

In a Outports profile, the video director explains why he decided to be out.

'I don't care anymore,' Brakel said in the 11 December Outsports article.

'Everyone around me knows who I am. I'm a guy who will give the shirt off his back to help you. I'll do whatever I can to help people. And I've had enough.'

The most immediate reason is the new book by Robbie Rogers. In Coming Out to Play, the American soccer pro chronicles how he always knew he was gay but didn't act on it. Read more »

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Clock ticking as Religious Freedom Restoration Act awaits action in Michigan Senate

Clock ticking as Religious Freedom Restoration Act awaits action in Michigan Senate

The fate of a House-approvedReligious Freedom Restoration Act remains uncertain in the Michigan Senate, which is scheduled to meet just four more times this week before ending the 2013-14 session.

Majority Leader Randy Richardville, R-Monroe, said Thursday that the Senate may take up the measure “if we have time.” And while he indicated there may be appetite among his fellow Republicans, he also made clear the upper chamber is looking at a pretty full plate.

“That’s a relatively new thing to our caucus, so I’m not going to let things leapfrog to the front of the agenda, the prioritized agenda, unless I get a clamoring for it,” Richardville said. Read more »

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