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Monica Helms – QNotes

A Symbol of Pride

New Flag Draws Mixed Response, but there’s a Bigger History We Should Remember

A redesign of the “Pride flag” has gone viral recently as protests for racial equity continue across the country, sparked by George Floyd’s violent death.

Stonewall Anniversary Sheds New Light On Old History

Stonewall 50 Retrospective

On June 30th in New York City, after a weeklong abundance of celebrations, rallies and worldwide media attention, a group of longtime LGBTQ activists marched down Fifth Avenue carrying a banner that read: “Gay Liberation Front: First To March.”

Charlotte: ‘Darkness’ Walk, Catholic Retreat, Duke Employees, Center Name Change, Pride Awards

Carolinas News Notes

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will hold its 10th annual Out of the Darkness Charlotte Walk on Oct. 28, the Diocesan Ministry for Gay & Lesbian Catholics will hold its annual The Cross & The Rainbow retreat from Oct. 6-8, Duke Energy reported that they are making sure that all employees at their company feel welcome, especially those from the LGBTQ community, The Legal Services of Southern Piedmont has undergone a rebranding effort over the past two years and is now called the Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy and The Charlotte Pride Festival and Bank of America Charlotte Pride Parade gave out its annual Champions of Pride Awards at the culmination of the two-day event.