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The Philadelphia Falcons Soccer Club is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its founding with a banquet Jan. 26 at William Way LGBT Community Center. The event will include dinner, dancing, awards, raffles and prizes, and is open to the entire community. Tickets for the evening are free to players with full-year memberships, $10 for half-year members, and $25 for non-members. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at

Deja Lynn Alvarez, an LGBTQ advocate and trans woman, has announced her candidacy for an at-large seat on the Philadelphia City Council.

Alvarez is the city’s first trans candidate for an at-large seat on the council and said it is time for someone with a fresh perspective on important community issues.

As the newly appointed co-dean of Rutgers Law School in Camden, Kimberly Mutcherson’s goals include imbuing in each student a sense of how the law can improve people’s lives.

As the first black lesbian to be named co-dean, Mutcherson said her academic work advocating for reproductive justice and equality will continue alongside her high-profile position.

After two years of leadership changes, relocation to a new space and unfounded rumors of financial difficulties, the COLOURS Organization started 2019 with a new goal in mind: A reintroduction to the community.

A leadership change in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives could mean LGBTQ people in the Keystone State will have a renewed chance for protections against discrimination at work, in housing and in business services.

A new mobile-testing van is letting Philadelphians take advantage of free HIV testing.

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is making testing and treatment options more accessible with a specially equipped van that makes weekly stops around the city.

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