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Storytelling Workshop with Hannah Hasan of Epoch Tribe

This event is part of the Charlotte LGBTQ Elders’ Inside the Story, a series of programs celebrating the lives and experiences of the LGBTQ community through music, theatre and storytelling. Supported by a Cultural Vision Grant from the Arts & Science Council – Culture for All.

SF House Includes Joplin, Log Cabin Republicans in its History

LGBTQ History Month Retrospectives from the LGBT History Project

The building is a city landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The iconic intersection was named a national treasure by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in May 2019, and has a rich LGBTQ history.

Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition honors Lily Tomlin at the 23rd Annual Lesbians & Friends LGBTQ+ Dance!

Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC) is hosting their 23rd Annual LGBTQ+ Dance: Party for Prevention virtually this year on Saturday October 24th, 2020 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event will feature a guest appearance and award presentation to long-time environmental activist and comedian Lily Tomlin, music from DJ Shelly Cullen, guest Comedian Karen Williams, and dance lessons with OUT to Dance’s Liz Nania.

SF Supe Vows to Landmark Lyon-Martin House

LGBTQ History Month Retrospectives from the LGBT History Project

A San Francisco supervisor has vowed to landmark the home where the late lesbian pioneering couple Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin lived throughout most of their 54 years together.

Support for Doyenne

Charlotte Barbershop is Recipient of Human Rights Campaign and SHOWTIME’s Queer to Stay

The buzzing sound of clippers fills a small barbershop tucked away at Salon Plaza off Galleria Blvd. in Charlotte. Owners Alicia Phillips, who goes by Brown, and Sakinah Dunlap are all smiles and laughter behind their masks. These two women know how to make you feel at home.

The U.S. Supreme Court v. LGBTQ Americans

LGBTQ History Month Retrospectives from the LGBT History Project

June 30, 1986 was a broiling hot day in Washington, D.C. when the U.S. Supreme Court released the decision in Bowers v. Hardwick, a landmark sodomy decision. The press was huddled under the small bank of trees near the side entrance, waiting for the copies to be handed out. The fate of millions of lesbian and gay Americans lay in the hands of the high court.