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*Due to inclement weather concerns, IBA Intersections at AAMP will be held March 29 rather than the original March 7 date PGN initially published.

The Greater Philadelphia LGBT Chamber of Commerce will host a networking event for African-American and black LGBT business communities.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Museum of the American Revolution will welcome transgender author Alex Myers (born “Alice”) to its History After Hours series March 6 with an event entitled, “Fierce Females.” Myers penned the 2014 novel “Revolutionary,” based on his real-life ancestor Deborah Sampson Gannett, who dressed as a strapping male soldier to fight in the Revolutionary War.

Almost a year after the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission requested public feedback on proposed LGBT-friendly agency guidance, the matter remains under consideration. The guidance would facilitate PHRC investigations of LGBT antibias complaints, despite the lack of explicit LGBT protections in state or federal antibias laws.

Black Trans History panel to be held at William Way

In honor of Black History Month, members of the city’s black trans community will participate in a panel discussion.

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