Local students Sam Tarleton, Cameron McBee, Londyn Marshall, Melissa Black and Natalie Martinez have each been awarded funds to assist in their college education.
Each June, the LGBT community commemorates one of its most defining historical moments. National LGBT Pride Month gives us the opportunity to celebrate our history and what we’ve accomplished.
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Time Out Youth (TOY) and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) of North Carolina have entered into a partnership to bring Welcoming Schools to the region.
Shane Windmeyer, executive director of Campus Pride, participated in a White House conference on mental health on June 3.
Siren Mountain Jam will be held June 21-22 at the High Country Fairgrounds, 748 Roby Green Rd.
The Craven-Cateret Chapter of Parents of Lesbians and Gays has recently unveiled its new website, its vice president, Roy Smith, Jr., announced.
The Boy Scouts of America’s 1,400-member National Council voted to allow openly gay youth members in their programs on May 23. The change was approved by 61 percent of voting delegates, sparking controversy from anti-LGBT opponents of the new policy, some of whom have said they will pull their support of Scouting.
North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has become the first HBCU (historically black college or university) in the state to establish services for LGBT students.