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.
Apicha Community Health Center will usher in a new era in its nearly 30-year history when it officially opens expanded operations at 400 Broadway in the Chinatown-Tribeca area on Wednesday, June 14 from 8 AM to 10:15 AM.
The historic Stonewall Inn, the very place where the spirit of LGBTQ Pride was born, is launching The Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative on June 1st. The event will feature remarks by special guest Chelsea Clinton and a performance by out country music star Ty Herndon.
"Picturing Kinship: Portraits of Our Community," a new exhibition offering a 35-year overview of portraits in painting and photography by San Francisco artist Lenore Chinn, opens on June 9 at the GLBT History Museum.
The State of California annually marks Harvey Milk's birthday, May 22, as a statewide day of significance. The GLBT History Museum will honour the occasion this year by offering free admission to all visitors throughout the day.
Three-day conference gathers significant speakers and panelists from around the globe.
Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund joins millions throughout the world in celebrating the Transgender Day of Visibility. Transgender Michigan Executive Director Rachel Crandall started TDOV in 2010 “to bring attention to the accomplishments of trans people around the globe while fighting cissexism and transphobia by spreading knowledge of the trans community.”
This Sunday, March 19th and Monday, March 20th, The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) will host a conference with the first openly gay JTS-ordained rabbis and prominent LGBTQ rabbis Gil Steinlauf, Benay Lappe, and Amichai Lau-Lavie to mark the 10-year anniversary of JTS admitting openly LGBTQ students to its rabbinical and cantorial schools.
This spring and summer, many San Francisco cultural organizations are sponsoring special events to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Summer of Love. The GLBT History Museum is taking part by mounting a new exhibition set to open April 7: "Lavender-tinted Glasses: A Groovy, Gay Look at the 'Summer of Love."
The Saint At Large®, gay nightlife’s preeminent party producer, announces this year’s Black Party theme: “Dark Matter.”