The approval of reparations for Black residents in Asheville this month is being followed by similar demands in other North Carolina cities.
It’s hard to overemphasize the importance of the elections this year taking place across our state. From the entire North Carolina General Assembly to the Governor’s Mansion to your local Board of Education, the number of races on this year’s ballot is nothing short of massive. Not to mention our congressional and presidential contests.
Fuchs’ own decision to launch Ladyslipper in its original iteration as a lesbian/feminist women’s music catalogue was informed by her own first-hand knowledge of how difficult it could be for women all over the country, especially those not located in major cities, to get their hands on the exciting music that she was able to enjoy at the National Women’s Music Festival.
The premiere film screening of the documentary “Grief Journeys” will take place on June 16, the Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus will present their “Journey to the Past” spring concert on June 2, the Triangle Empowerment Project has invited the community to “Ignite Durham! ‘Are we PrEP-ared?’ on June 25, the Triangle Expo for LGBTQ Aging Adults will be held on June 23 and Village Hearth Cohousing is seeking participants to fill the last four units of its residential project.
Lea Michele and Darren Criss are Carolina bound, Stan Kimer received the LGBTQIA Alum of the Year Award from Georgia Institute of Technology, Triangle Empowerment Center will hold its Power of Love cocktails and couture event on June 9 and Durham County Library’s Adult and Humanities Programming will present The Human Library-Durham on June 2.