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Philly reacts to SCOTUS ruling

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Philly reacts to SCOTUS ruling

Jen Colletta    July 1, 2015

From all corners of the country, LGBTs and allies spent Decision Day celebrating marriage equality in America, including here in Philadelphia.

When the past and the future met

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When the past and the future met

Scott A. Drake    July 1, 2015

By a fortunate coincidence, my boyfriend Micheal and I were already planning to be in Washington, D.C., the night of June 26 for an awards ceremony. Taken on its own...

Philly health orgs receive HIV-prevention funding

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Philly health orgs receive HIV-prevention funding

Ryan Kasley    July 1, 2015

The Centers for Disease Control announced this week that three Philadelphia community-based organizations were awarded new funding to deliver HIV-prevention initiatives to underserved populations.

Attorneys for Milano’s killer paid $200K

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Attorneys for Milano’s killer paid $200K

Tim Cwiek    July 1, 2015

Two court-appointed attorneys who represented Anthony Milano’s killer received a combined total of more than $200,000 in taxpayer-funded compensation, according to documents released this week.

Locals react to SCOTUS ruling

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Locals react to SCOTUS ruling

Jen Colletta    June 26, 2015

Reaction to Friday's landmark marriage-equality ruling is pouring in from all corners of the country. Here's a sampling of what some of our local leaders are saying about the ruling: 

LGBT film fest raising money for Ugandan filmmaker

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LGBT film fest raising money for Ugandan filmmaker

Ryan Kasley    June 25, 2015

qFLIX, a Philadelphia-based LGBT film festival, needs your help in bringing a Ugandan filmmaker across the Atlantic for the world premier of his movie, which documents the persecution of gays...

Trial date set in Williams case

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Trial date set in Williams case

Tim Cwiek    June 25, 2015

A trial date has been set in the homicide case of Diamond Williams, a local transgender woman who was stabbed to death two years ago.

Local orgs protest LGBT detainee conditions

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Local orgs protest LGBT detainee conditions

Ryan Kasley    June 25, 2015

A number of local LGBT, Latino and immigrant community organizations gathered at the Berks Family Residential Center this week to protest what they called the deplorable treatment of its detainees.