Jen Colletta May 25, 2016
Local co-chairs for Creating Change in Philadelphia said at a meeting May 23 that they would like 75 people to join 16 subcommittees. About 20 people attended the first host...
Paige Cooperstein May 25, 2016
Philadelphia has $20-million worth of LGBT conferences coming to the city next year, according to the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Attendees to AIDS Education Month events in June will again have three summit options, in addition to the smaller outreach activities. Everything is free and open to the public.
Tim Cwiek May 25, 2016
In a legal filing this week, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission expressed support for the city's position that SEPTA should comply with the city's LGBT-inclusive antibias law.
Berks Co. activists pushing for housing rights
Adapted from reporting by Kevin Smith
A federal judge has issued a protective order in the case of state Sen. Larry M. Farnese, Jr. (D-First Dist.), who’s accused of bribing a constituent to ensure his 2011...
Former employees of Philadelphia FIGHT, an AIDS service organization, delivered a letter May 18 to the executive director demanding equal compensation for black and brown workers, especially bilingual ones; a...
Paige Cooperstein May 19, 2016
Creating Change, the annual conference hosted by the National LGBTQ Task Force, today announced the four co-chairs of the 2017 event in Philadelphia.
Tim Cwiek May 26, 2016
A Montgomery County trans boy this week was granted a legal name change, almost a year after his initial petition was filed in court.
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