Monthly Archives: August 2012
One of the queerest neighborhoods of color in all of New York City will showcase its unique cultural flair with performances from guests like Orikl, Sons of Unity and the Lavender Light Gospel Choir. With music, entertainment, rallies, and educational offerings, Bed-Stuy pride has a little bit of everything for everyone as the summer winds down. Don’t miss out!
As Emerging Leaders, we don’t always have the means to pay for conference costs. That didn’t stop me (and the ten Norfolk University students I recruited last year). And it shouldn’t stop you. Here’s all you need to know about the upcoming summit and six steps for you to attend OUT on the Hill at practically no expense.
Frenchie Davis puts it all out there again: she addresses the stigma of being bisexual and black, how she doesn’t regret the “Idol” ordeal and why her upcoming album – and entire solo career – almost didn’t happen.