A new exhibition will highlight the history and diversity of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer periodicals produced in Northern California from the 1940s through the 2000s.
A new exhibition drawing on rare posters and ephemera from a private collection will highlight the journey of black lesbian activist Angela Davis: from radical scholar, to political prisoner, to revolutionary icon, to public intellectual.
The Brooklyn Nets will celebrate diversity and inclusion as the team hosts its second-annual Pride Night on Wednesday, January 17 when the San Antonio Spurs visit Barclays Center.
Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund observes Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), a day to memorialise all those lost to anti-transgender violence and honour the spirit and resilience of transgender people worldwide.
Rockland Community Pride Center will host The Pride Ball: A Woodland Fantasy, on Saturday, October 14, from 7 PM to 10 PM at the Nyack Beach Bath House on the banks of the Hudson River. The first-of-its-kind event goes beyond the run-of-the-mill fundraiser, ushering attendees into a theatrically immersive environment with fantastical characters, performing artists, fine food, and drinks poured by the legendary bartenders of the famed Henrietta Hudson in New York City. An after party in the same venue is set for 10 PM to 1 AM.
From October 4-7 (four nights), the Hyatt Regency New Orleans will be the setting for the 47th national Miss Gay America pageant.
A new multimedia exhibition opening October 6 at the GLBT History Museum explores the story of OUT/LOOK, a groundbreaking national queer quarterly published in San Francisco from 1988 to 1992.
Reaching Out MBA, the only international organisation committed to educating, inspiring, and connecting LGBTQ MBA students and professionals, marks the 20th anniversary of its signature ROMBA Conference, October 12 through October 14 at the Boston World Trade Center.
After years of hosting The Gay Ole Opry and the Queer Country Quarterly, Pittelman decided it was time to put together a festival to showcase all of the queer, trans, and POC talent in Country music—and what better time to do so than the weekend before July 4th?
Apicha Community Health Center today officially opened its expanded operations at 400 Broadway in the Chinatown-Tribeca area. Apicha CHC CEO Therese R. Rodriguez gathered with staff, elected officials and community members for an official ribbon cutting ceremony, unveiling the facility's new state of the art ground floor and lower level space that adds to the organisation’s current fourth floor clinical operations.