Eboni Munn and Michele Irimia of the Heritage of Pride debunk some of the myths about NYC Pride and share why this year is one of the city's most inclusive Prides yet.
Dr. Wilhelmina Perry of LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent lays out why gospel singer Kim Burrell's homophobic sermon has very real repercussions for the LGBTQ community.
A group of leading LGBT social justice orgs, including Georgia Equality, GLAAD, NBJC, and NCLR, have signed a letter calling on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
What happens when two Black queer women sell all their possessions, quit their cozy careers, and decide to drive across the country in an RV?! Find out in ELIXHER's QTWoC Chronicles. In their final entry, Tabia and Mimie talk about moving back to Georgia and maintaining the balance they achieved while living off the grid.
Dr. Wilhelmina Perry, 79, is a Harlem native and the Administrative Coordinator of advocacy group LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent. Although she had been having romantic relationships with girls since elementary school, Perry didn't come into her sexuality until she met her late partner, Toni, at the age of 40.
Circle of Voices, Inc. recently hosted their annual tribute event, Digging Up Da Sistah Roots 3, in Brooklyn, New York.
Stay in the know! The Black Youth Project releases report on marriage equality; Florida appeal court blocks freedom to marry; and more news relevant to you.
President Obama drafts executive order on LGBT job discrimination.
Yesterday, the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) launched a historic and groundbreaking Pride initiative, WNBA Pride, making it the first professional sports league to initiate an integrated marketing, media, grassroots and social responsibility program.