Tom Brokaw forever enshrined the World War II-era generation as the “Greatest” of them all. They sacrificed much during a worldwide outbreak of violence and the uncertainty caused by the Great Depression.
As a growing number of LGBT people age, they will enter retirement homes, assisted living facilities, other long-term care facilities, as they, their families, friends and other community members face a range of new issues largely unaddressed.
This year, we celebrate the landmark 45th anniversary of the riots at Stonewall Inn, giving us time to pause and deeply reflect on our history, how far we’ve come as a community and where we’re going.
The Queen City’s annual celebration of the LGBT African-American community returns in July with the group’s traditional community expo and town hall, as well as other exciting events.
In recognition of National HIV Testing Day, Catawba Care (CC) will be hosting a free event from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday, June 27 at 500 Lakeshore Pky. in Rock Hill, S.C. The organization will be offering free HIV, gonorrhea and chlamydia testing to anyone.
The weekend of June 27-29 marks the 45th anniversary of the riots at the Stonewall Inn. On June 28, 1969, LGBT patrons at the now-iconic New York City bar took to Greenwich Village’s streets as they revolted against legal oppression and fought back against police harassment and brutality.
This is the fifth year of the Augusta Pride festival! As we move forward in our community’s fight for equality, I want to take this time to acknowledge the fact that we are celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.