For many LGBTQ people, these centers are often the only local source of queer-inclusive, targeted social, educational, and health services.
LGBTQ people have been especially hard hit throughout the economic recession that has accompanied the coronavirus pandemic.
Almost a dozen of Philadelphia’s Black civic, religious, business and political leaders gathered on a Zoom call Friday afternoon in response to the economic impact of looting and rioting following the police killing of Walter Wallace Jr.
By Sebastian Fortino Last week, in an airing of the documentary “Francesco” as part of the Rome Film Festival, Pope Francis made a statement regarding same-sex civil unions. “Homosexual people have the right to be in...
The curfew will be in effect between 9 p.m. Friday through 6 a.m. Saturday, the Kenney administration said in a released statement.
‘We’ve seen more litigation than ever before;’ Pa. election coalition expects legal challenges through...
In a virtual press conference on Thursday, coalition partners addressed possible issues that voters could face through Nov. 3. They are looking at potential voter intimidation, illegal challenges at polling places, and legal provocations to delay vote counts, according to Walczak.
In the wake of another police shooting of a Black man, experts offered advice on how to cope.
Gloria Casarez was the city’s first Director of LGBT Affairs and a pioneer in Philly’s LGBTQ community. Her mural is set for demolition.
Last week, the Pittsburgh City Paper reported that Sharpsburg Borough City Council rejected a nondiscrimination ordinance that would have created civil rights protections for LGBTQ individuals, among other things.
Barrett will have no problem stripping healthcare access, denying voting rights, and rolling back protections in the LGBTQ+ community