The LGBT Community Center of Charlotte, 2508 N. Davidson St., will hold a fundraising screening of the documentary, “Living in the Overlap,” on March 22, 3-7 p.m.
Researchers across the U.S. are looking for volunteers for their research projects.
A community workshop scheduled for Thursday evening this week will present need-to-know information and strategies for LGBT community members who often face discrimination in the criminal justice system, employment, voting and harassment from members of the public and police alike.
The Adam Foundation (AF) has already had a super 2014 as it has had a number of successful fundraisers and events.
For the first time, an LGBT community group was allowed to march openly in Charlotte’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Previous parade policies and practices had allowed LGBT groups but forbade rainbow flags; past LGBT groups also had the words “lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender” or “LGBT” stripped out of their organization biographies.
The Charlotte Pride Band, an LGBT and straight ally group of musicians, still plans to march in tomorrow’s Charlotte St. Patrick’s Day Parade and say organizers of the event have said they will not edit out the band’s LGBT identity.