Frank Pizzoli, the former editor and publisher of the Central Voice, writes about the issues that matter to Pennsylvania's LGBTQ residents.
‘Government at all levels created segregation’: author Rothstein says ahead of HBG appearance
By: Frank Pizzoli - May 15, 2023
Richard Rothstein speaks at Harrisburg’s Midtown Scholar bookstore on June 3 at 6 p.m.
At Harrisburg encampment for the unhoused, a temporary solution to a longstanding problem
By: Frank Pizzoli - April 23, 2023
'There’s a lot more going on here than meets the eye,' advocate Aisha Mobley said.
Poverty infringes on all our prosperity, author Matthew Desmond says ahead of HBG appearance
By: Frank Pizzoli - March 22, 2023
The Pulitzer Prize winner speaks at Harrisburg's Midtown Scholar bookstore on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
‘My country is in trouble’: Central Pa. volunteers fighting targeted violence share their stories
By: Frank Pizzoli - March 19, 2023
The experience has been a lesson in 'the ABCs of constructive dialogue,' they said.
As the U.S. reels from more mass shootings, a renewed push for reform on Capitol Hill
By: Frank Pizzoli - February 16, 2023
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-1st District, is among the backers of the effort
Urban Rural Action to select 28 volunteers to prevent ‘targeted violence’
By: Frank Pizzoli - January 3, 2023
Residents of Adams, Dauphin, Franklin, and York counties all are involved in the community push.
‘We want to fix Harrisburg’: Reformers summit seeks solutions to state government’s woes
By: Frank Pizzoli - December 2, 2022
The event, sponsored by Fair Districts PA and the League of Women Voters of Pa., kicks off Saturday.
Retiring Rep. Brian Sims finds next act with LGBTQ business, policy group
By: Frank Pizzoli - November 27, 2022
'Discrimination and violence against LGBTQ people are on the increase because it is fueled, in part, by legislative attacks in local, state, and national governments,' Sims said.
‘Critical to protecting our democracy’: Author Tim Miller says of Pa.’s governor race
By: Frank Pizzoli - October 24, 2022
The former GOP strategist holds forth on Mastriano v. Shapiro; Fetterman and Oz, and why democracy is worth saving.
Being civil is a lost art – especially in politics. We need to get way better at it | Frank Pizzoli
By: Frank Pizzoli - September 30, 2022
Ever been asked by a plumber fixing your toilet what your politics are? I have. It's as awkward as you might think.
Pa. ranks 23rd nationwide for its LGBTQ business climate, new analysis finds
By: Frank Pizzoli - September 12, 2022
The state is hobbled by its lack of civil rights protections for LGBTQ Pennsylvanians.
LGBTQ people are under attack. Fight back by knowing your history | Frank Pizzoli
By: Frank Pizzoli - August 14, 2022
Past accomplishments are a blueprint for preserving existing civil rights, advocate Eric Selvey said.