The “Queer to Stay: An LGBTQ+ Business Preservation Initiative” was created by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and Showtime in an effort to provide aid to struggling queer-owned establishments.
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Titled “Pride Month in the Commonwealth,” the announcement included a list of LGBTQ-centered festivals, events and workshops.
Each year in June, the idea of freedom shines, however, as we celebrate two monumental moments in American history with Pride and Juneteenth events. While the two honor different fights for freedom, they both share a common purpose of cultural visibility and equality.
With Pride Month comes an opportunity to hold governments, companies and individuals accountable and to educate our colleagues, friends and family who are willing to learn to be better allies.
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News briefs from across the globe for 06.11.2021.
In showing support for the LGBTQ community, Burger King hopes to knock their fast food competitor Chik-Fil-A down a few pegs.
When speaking at the North Carolina Republican Party State Convention June 3, Trump re-stated his usual fantastical viewpoints.
North Carolina has several expunction statutes that allow folks to erase things from their criminal record. Thanks to efforts by coalitions like the N.C. Second Chance Alliance (ncsecondchance.org), our expunction laws continue to expand to provide relief for more people.
Stories of Houston’s Third Ward and Charlotte’s Historic West End read nearly identical. Rapid development and gentrification are common in nearly every conversation about the historically Black neighborhoods.
If you do an internet search for Jacob Hamm, you’ll most likely immediately learn that he’s the founder and CEO of a company called ProHealthDesk, but there’s so much more to Hamm.
This Pride month, let’s use our voices and platforms to acknowledge the ways that these issues and attacks are interconnected.
NC policy watch
The General Assembly has debated bills that would exclude them from sports teams, bar them from receiving gender-transforming surgery before they’re 21, and allow doctors to discriminate against them.
Now the community is also mourning the murder of two young, Black trans women in Charlotte.
Pianist Sam (Firth) and author Tusker (Stanley Tucci) are a married gay couple who have been together for many years. Their communication consists of playful banter, sweet bickering and loving admiration. The pair, who live in Sam’s native England, are on a road trip in their caravan with their dog Ruby.