Jeremy Rodriguez November 17, 2017
Philadelphia citizens will be able to report hate crimes via a new hotline. District Attorney Kelley B. Hodge announced the launch of hotline at a press conference Thursday. A victim...
Mark Segal November 15, 2017
Much has been made of the lack of attention to human rights by President Trump on his recent excursion to Asia.
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Tim Cwiek November 15, 2017
New Jersey officials continue to urge a federal judge to dismiss the case of a trans woman who seeks a gender-accurate birth certificate without undergoing gender-confirmation surgery.
Jeremy Rodriguez November 15, 2017
“Fantastic.” “Delightful.” “A force of nature.”
The Pennsylvania chapters of AARP and SAGE next week will host a community conversation on cultural competency and its impact on the LGBT community.
A December hearing has been scheduled in the criminal case against Brandon W. Bostian, the Amtrak engineer involved in a fatal train derailment in Port Richmond.
Ray Simon November 15, 2017
According to Trevor Hoppe, assistant professor of sociology at the University at Albany, SUNY, “criminalization is never the appropriate response to infectious disease.”
Jen Colletta November 9, 2017
Four Philadelphia-headquartered companies received a perfect 100 score for the first time this week on Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index.
Jeremy Rodriguez November 9, 2017
After five years as executive director of LGBT grantmaking organization DVLF, Samantha Giusti will step down from her role.
Tim Cwiek November 9, 2017
A Juniata Park man is suing Voyeur Nightclub, claiming he sustained serious injuries inside the popular LGBT venue due to unsafe conditions.