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Print Edition 2021-02-19 – QNotes

Black, Queer and in the Pulpit

Black LGBTQ Clergy Offer Support to Community at a Tough Time

In the midst of battling systemic racism in our communities, criminal justice reform and LGBTQ alliance building, a pandemic rages on — one that disproportionately affects the Black community and LGBTQ people.

The Matter of Black Lives

Health & Wellness: There is not Parity for Health and Wellness for Black People

I would like to discuss two specific medical issues that have an especially detrimental effect on Black people in this country. Those being hypertension and diabetes.

Out of the Closet and into the Cabinet

Pete Buttigieg: Our First Openly Gay Secretary of Transportation

South Bend, Ind.’s Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg became the United States’ first openly gay cabinet member. Appointed by President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., many Americans see Buttigieg’s appointment as a positive step on the road to a more progressive and inclusive America.

Screen Savor: Unwelcome Wagon

A Review of the David France Film ‘Welcome to Chechnya’

Gay writer and documentary filmmaker David France has a knack for uncovering and bringing attention to subjects that deserve it.


Out in Print

Despite that it invited controversy from Washington insiders, Eleanor changed the office of the First Lady by ignoring what past First Ladies had done, once they reached the White House and beyond.