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Our People: Lennie Gerber

Civil Liberties Activist, Wife, Senior Community Leader

Over the course of her life, Lennie Gerber led a storied legal career, fighting for housing justice, consumer protection and the right of incarcerated women to be involved in their children’s lives.

Girl talk

An interview with Garrison Starr

Singer/songwriter Garrison Starr, a Grammy-nominee for her songwriting work on Margaret Cho’s “American Myth” album, is back in a big way. “Girl I Used to Be,” Starr’s highly-anticipated new album, is scheduled for release later this year.

New & old favorites: must-see queer TV

Diversity makes for fun on the small screen

I want my Queer TV. Has television ever been more diverse when it comes to transgender characters, drag queens and more? Check out these shows, and learn what all the buzz is about.

Cumming around again

An interview with Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming is a queer renaissance man. He sings, he dances, he writes, he acts — there doesn’t seem to be anything he can’t do.

Quick Hits: 02.10.17

Beyond the Carolinas

Soulforce is seeking individuals who want to craft doves for their Altar of Life protest at the National Religious Broadcaster’s global annual conference in Orlando, Fla., from Feb. 27-March 2. Doves have already made an appearance at the Creating Change Conference held in Philadelphia, Pa. in January. Visit Soulforce’s website to get instructions and shipping …

WATCH: Gov. McCrory appears on “Meet the Press” to defend HB2, grilled by Chuck Todd

Gov. Pat McCrory’s defense of HB2 continues, this time on the big stage that is NBC’s “Meet the Press.” North Carolina continues to grab national attention for the bill Gov. McCrory signed into law, which overturned Charlotte and other city’s non-discrimination ordinances, allowing for the discrimination of the LGBT community and others. Related: GOP, McCrory take half …