After more than 50 hours of deliberations, the judge in the Bill Cosby case declared a mistrial.
New Philadelphians who are resettling from another country will now have more opportunities to learn about and get involved with local LGBT resources, thanks to a new program at William Way LGBT Community Center.
As part of its annual AIDS Education Month, Philadelphia FIGHT will present “Beyond the Walls: Prison Healthcare and Reentry Summit,” a day filled with workshops and presentations centered on mass imprisonment, the needs of current and former prisoners, communities affected by HIV and the work being done to improve these conditions.
An LGBT grantmaking organization will move offices June 19 to a larger location with expanded technology. DVLF will make the move alongside partner Philadelphia Foundation, ending the lease at its 1234 Market St. office.
“This is our first official event, so you guys are trailblazers, and I appreciate that,” Stephen Facenda, a volunteer leader for Drexel University’s newly formed LGBTQA Alumni Network, told the crowd assembled in the ballroom of the William Way LGBT Community Center this week.
Kevyn Mines revealed his HIV-status in the documentary “The Way to Kevin,” which chronicled the life of the Philadelphia native. The openly gay 33-year-old, who works as a photographer and web-series personality, said several HIV-positive men of color discussed their status with him after seeing the film.