With Pam Spaulding as a mentor, I got a jump start on my blogging and journalism career. We’ll all greatly miss her daily wit and wisdom.
Groups and individuals from across the country chime in on the Supreme Court’s ruling on DOMA and Prop 8.
Organizers are gearing up for this year’s Charlotte Black Gay Pride (CBGP), slated for July 18-21. This year’s theme is “G.R.O.W. U.P. — Gay Rights: Openly Working Towards Unity and Peace.”
Triangle Black Pride’s fourth annual Shades of Pride Weekend will be held from July 25-28, most activities taking place in the Durham Convention Center, 301 W. Morgan St. Akil Campbell, chairperson for Triangle Black Pride, told qnotes that the event is an opportunity to bridge community.
A year-and-a-half ago, LGBT Democrats in North Carolina banded together to form an official state caucus organization.
Was it appropriate for LGBT Democratic Party leaders to ignore questions about potential anti-transgender bias and exclusion?
I am writing this column on Thursday, June 20, 2013. I was going to write about the Supreme Court of the U.S. coming down on the side of justice in terms of throwing both California’s Prop 8 and DOMA to the dustbin of history.
Blogger Pam Spaulding has ended nearly a decade of nationally-recognized, award-winning citizen journalism on July 1, posting her last story on her blog Pam’s House Blend.