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Historic marker under fire by some LGBT advocates

Historic marker under fire by some LGBT advocates

Tim Cwiek    October 11, 2018

Officials at the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission said they’ll meet with LGBT advocates regarding a state historical marker recently installed near Rittenhouse Square that omits recognition of the early...

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Don’t cry for us, Nikki Haley

Mark Segal    October 11, 2018

Nikki Haley, one of the few sane people — and even fewer women — in top positions in the Trump administration and a former Republican South Carolina governor, resigned this...

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ACLU of Delaware to award posthumous honor to Steve Elkins

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ACLU of Delaware to award posthumous honor to Steve Elkins

Fay Jacobs    October 11, 2018

Since 1985, ACLU-Delaware’s Kandler Memorial Awards Dinner has recognized those Delawareans who have committed their lives to the fight for civil rights and liberties.

Stop calling the cops

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Stop calling the cops

Kenyon Farrow    October 11, 2018

When it comes to HIV disclosure, it’s time to stop involving the police When I see films or documentaries about the early days of the AIDS epidemic that focus on the...

Day in the Life of an HIV patient receives a boost with MANNA meals

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Day in the Life of an HIV patient receives a boost with MANNA meals

Suzannah Cavanaugh    October 11, 2018

William Harper sits in a leather recliner facing the TV. His back is to the refrigerator; his walker is within arm’s reach.

Artists find new haven at LGBTQ open mic

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Artists find new haven at LGBTQ open mic

Adriana Fraser    October 11, 2018

An urban farm in Philadelphia hosted its first open mic as participants performed spoken-word poetry and music to highlight visibility and representation for LGBTQ artists of color in entertainment.

Reminiscing on the perfect 10: Mother Stacey Lee Blahnik

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Reminiscing on the perfect 10: Mother Stacey Lee Blahnik

Antar Bush    October 11, 2018

Stacey Lee, best known as Mother Stacey Blahnik, was a light that shined in the ballroom community and outside it. Stacey was a beacon of hope, and will always be...

Florence Ward Garvin, saved Mazzoni Center from closure

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Florence Ward Garvin, saved Mazzoni Center from closure

Tim Cwiek    October 4, 2018

Florence Ward Garvin, a former board president of Mazzoni Center who helped the agency avoid closure in the 1990s, died Sept. 8 of a heart attack. She was 89 and...

A letter to Christians who love us because Jesus would

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A letter to Christians who love us because Jesus would

Johnathan Gilmore    October 4, 2018

In the midst of a dark and twisted time for LGBT individuals, with hate crimes at an all-time high, anti-LGBTQ rhetoric spewing like fountains, openly gay conservatives like Milo Yiannopoulos...

A market for LGBTQ business owners

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A market for LGBTQ business owners

Adriana Fraser    October 4, 2018

 The organizer of a recent market showcasing handmade crafts, jewelry, clothing and creative-arts services by local LGBTQ business owners and artists said she will host more such events after a...

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