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‘It’s All Of Us Or None of Us’

Black LGBTQ Community’s Call To Action

Members of Charlotte Black Pride and representatives from nearly 40 other gay organizations gathered at Camp Northend to celebrate gay Pride with a call to action to the larger gay community — Black Lives Matter.

‘Feeling’ Good

An Interview with Pam Tillis

Pam Tillis is Country music royalty. The daughter of Country music legend Mel Tillis, Pam has had her own lengthy career as a singer/songwriter.

Actor Mark Patton: Living with HIV Is About ‘More Than Taking Medication’

‘Nightmare On Elm Street 2’ Star Mark Patton Opens Up About Surviving The Real-Life Horrors That Inspired His New Documentary ‘Scream, Queen,’ How Sharing Stories Can Help Us Heal, And Why We Need To Rethink Our Approach To HIV Care.

Mark Patton may be best known for his role as Jesse Walsh in “A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge,” but to many fans he’s much more than the face of a character who once fought Freddy Krueger on the big screen. He’s also a hero who’s faced down horrors of a different kind in the real world.

Documentary series highlights familial struggles

‘A Love Supreme’ Documentary Explores Rupture, Isolation and Reconciliation Between Queer Black Southern Christians and Their Families

The online trailer for “A Love Supreme: Black, Queer, and Christian in the South,” is an upcoming documentary series following black Christian southern families striving to reconcile religiously instilled anti-LGBTQ beliefs with the immense love they have for their queer family members.

Watch HIV/AIDS Documentary “It’s Not Over”

In “It’s Not Over,” documentarian Andrew Jenks looks at HIV/AIDS through the stories of three Millennials. Many had hoped that they could be the first AIDS free generation but sadly that is not the case. Jenks takes a road trip with Paige Rawl, a college freshman from Indiana who has been living with HIV her whole …

Watch the documentary “Southern Comfort”

The 2001 documentary “Southern Comfort” tells the story of the final year in the life of a transgender man named Robert Eads. Eads was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, but was turned down for treatment by two dozen doctors who feared treating him would hurt their professional reputations. By the time he finally found someone to treat him, …