Meet Pauli Murray: The civil rights activist you’ve never heard of
Pauli Murray worked alongside some of the biggest names in the Civil Rights movement but many have never heard of them. A new film tells their story.
Creating change a long game for Williamsport LGBTQ activist Dan Maneval | Frank Pizzoli
After a pandemic-prompted delay, and fundraising challenges, West Branch Pride coming in September 2022.
Philly pride changes reflect the LGBTQ community’s growth | Mark Segal
Unity is stronger than victimhood. Find a way to communicate. Pride is about community.
Philly’s transgender and nonbinary icons to be honored with new murals
By Michele Zipkin PHILADELPHIA — Two murals celebrating transgender and nonbinary Philadelphians will soon be installed in the city — one on the facade of Philly AIDS Thrift in Queen Village and the other on the side of Cake Life Bake Shop in Fishtown. The murals are the culmination of a partnership between Mural Arts’ […]
‘I’m not one of the boys’: Inside one transgender Latina woman’s personal journey | Frank Pizzoli
“I knew at about 4 years old I was experiencing myself in ways different from how other people saw me,” Johanna Clearwater told the Capital-Star.
Queer Spaces Project aims to protect and preserve Philly’s LGBTQ+ history
The Queer Spaces Project is a new initiative recently launched to celebrate, document and and explore “the diverse histories, material culture and narratives of recreational spaces activated by Philadelphia’s queer communities.”
‘Erie County is ready’: Tyler Titus looks to become Pa’s first openly transgender county executive
Titus is running for the seat being vacated by current Democratic Erie Co. Executive Kathy Dahlkemper, who is not running for re-election.
Trans Day of Visibility offers chance for community to stand in solidarity and support | Opinion
Trans Day of Visibility, then, is an attempt, as the trans community puts it, to “give us our roses while we’re still here.”
Philly and beyond to celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31
The Philadelphia Office of LGBT Affairs will host a trans flag raising on March 31, including remarks by the department’s executive director Celena Morrison on the importance of the day.
Philly announcement raises hopes for in-person Pride Festival this year
Plans are in the works for an in-person pride festival this year, though it is unlikely that the event will feature a parade. Multiple dates are also being considered, including dates in June and July.
Get your LGBTQ history ready: America 250 celebration wants to know | Frank Pizzoli
You’ll want a front row seat at the nation’s 250th anniversary celebrations in 2026. If it works as planned, you’ll look around at events seeing people just like you no matter who you are or who you love. Pennsylvania recently became the first state to officially join the multi-year national celebration. The ambitious project involves all 50 […]
With Health Sec. Levine likely headed to Washington, Pa.’s transgender residents look to a more welcoming future | Frank Pizzoli
Levine’s confirmation would be “the perfect example of recognition and advancement based on hard work and education. These are the values our country was founded on, one advocate said.