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Advocate seeks support from city agency in Morris case

Advocate seeks support from city agency in Morris case

Tim Cwiek    April 19, 2018

The city’s Police Advisory Commission this week agreed to consider passing a resolution urging the release of city records relating to the Nizah Morris case.

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Visiting future leaders ask: How did we …

Mark Segal    April 12, 2018

This week I had a great honor. While we in the United States are concerned with the state of our struggle for equality, and worry each day how the Trump...

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Delaware police investigate alleged hate crime

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Delaware police investigate alleged hate crime

Tim Cwiek    April 26, 2018

Newark police this week are investigating a suspected hate crime against a gay man while he was leaving a fraternity party near the University of Delaware.

Judge orders Social Security to recognize PA same-sex common-law marriages

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Judge orders Social Security to recognize PA same-sex common-law marriages

Tim Cwiek    April 26, 2018

In a sharply worded ruling this week, U.S. District Judge Berle M. Schiller ordered the Social Security Administration to recognize same-sex common-law marriages in Pennsylvania if the marriages have already...

Seniors meet at speed-friending event

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Seniors meet at speed-friending event

Adriana Fraser    April 19, 2018

Nearly 50 seniors filled the banquet room of the William Way LGBT Community Center Sunday for a speed-friending event designed to expand the networks of older LGBT Philadelphians.

Philly Black Pride welcomes its 19th year

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Philly Black Pride welcomes its 19th year

Michele Zipkin    April 19, 2018

The 19th annual Philly Black Pride Celebration takes place April 25-29, kicking off with a march and rally from the Aloft Hotel and ending at City Hall.

Liberty City endorses primary candidates

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Liberty City endorses primary candidates

Gary L. Day    April 13, 2018

Among Liberty City LGBT Democratic Club’s endorsements for the upcoming primary election is Malcolm Kenyatta, especially notable because if he wins, he will be the first openly gay person of...

Dining Out for Life pairs with food trucks in HIV/AIDS fundraiser

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Dining Out for Life pairs with food trucks in HIV/AIDS fundraiser

A.D. Amorosi    April 13, 2018

Twenty-seven years since its first charitable fund drive, Dining Out for Life, Philly’s largest foodie fundraiser, returns April 19 to raise cash for the worthiest of causes: feeding and supporting...

MANNA event keeping PA Ballet on its toes

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MANNA event keeping PA Ballet on its toes

A.D. Amorosi    April 13, 2018

 Once upon a time, Pennsylvania Ballet dancers Leslie Carothers, Kelly Moriarty, Michael Sheridan and Nick Stuccio (the latter before becoming the lord of the Fringe Festival and curator of the...

Gayborhood lanes to shift as bikers demand more protection

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Gayborhood lanes to shift as bikers demand more protection

Suzannah Cavanaugh    April 13, 2018

  The Gayborhood is getting a makeover in 2018. Some might call it long overdue. The rainbow crosswalks that trim 13th and Locust streets have faded continuously since a week after the...

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