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Have you met Miss Michaels?

An interview with RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Kameron Michaels

Kameron Michaels, born Dane Young in eastern Ohio, stands apart from her fellow “RuPaul’s Drag Race” contestant queens in the following ways.

This mural aims to ‘reclaim space’ in Charlotte’s historic West End

One artist talks about her role

The “Manifest Future” mural is a collaborative creative project — the brainchild of Janelle Dunlap and the League of Creative Interventionists, with partners including the Knight Foundation and Historic West End — and aims to reclaim a neglected lot on Charlotte’s West Side as a unifying force in the rapidly gentrifying African-American neighborhood.

Interview: Katrina Kemp

A little person with a lot of heart

Katrina Kemp is fierce. Let’s just get that out of the way quickly. She’s widely known for her appearances on television and in performances with celebrities.

Aldersgate-Asbury awarded SAGECare platinum status

Senior facility expands focus, attention to LGBTQ inclusion and diversity training

Both branches of Aldersgate — the Continuing Care Retirement Community and sibling Asbury Health & Rehabilitation — have earned top platinum status from SAGECare.

Actions speak louder than words

Three Charlotte colleges and universities’ LGBTQIA inclusiveness revealed in more than the existence of campus clubs

Measuring an institution’s commitment to equality for its LGBTQ students and staff is no easy task. There is no shortage of top-10 rankings or attempts to apply star ratings.

CREW Program

Letters to the Editor

My current position has given me an opportunity to work in a wonderful program that is providing services to communities that are underserved.