Pride Marches On in Solidarity, Strength, and Song

By Lawrence Pfeil, Jr. As Pride 2020 draws to a close, the work left to be done towards equality and

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Our First Pride March — a Revolutionary Act of Courage Fifty Years Ago

By Lawrence Pfeil, Jr. 1970 “Chicago Seven” defendants found guilty of “intent to incite a riot” at 1968 DNC Convention

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UPDATE: Second Annual, “Criminal Queerness Festival” goes Global as part of NYC Pride

UPDATED June 9, 2020 In support of the Black Lives Matters movement, National Queer Theater and Dixon Place, in partnership

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Poet Activist, Audre Lorde: “The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism”

A self-described, Black-Lesbian Feminist Mother Lover Warrior Poet Audre Lorde, a native New Yorker, was born in 1934 and an

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Four Inspiring Films about Black LGBT+ Civil Rights Activists: TRAILERS

As America continues to grieve, protest, and fight an Administration determined to fuel the fires of racism rather than quench

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Pride Month and Protest 2020, Pride Marches On

This year marks the 50th anniversary of New York City’s Pride March.  But for the first time in its storied

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Larry Kramer, Tony Winning Playwright and Fearless Civil Rights and AIDS Activist, Dies at 84

By Lawrence Pfeil, Jr. Today our Community lost a giant in its struggle for civil rights and equality; and the

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