One Year After Pulse Massacre, Equality Florida Calls on Supporters to #HonorThemWithAction in GoFundMe Campaign
GAYS AGAINST GUNS AND NYC LGBTQ NIGHTLIFE COMMUNITY PRESENT MEMORIAL RALLY TO HONOR 49 PULSE NIGHTCLUB VICTIMS AND DEMAND GUN CONTROL, SAFE SPACES
Pulse Shooting Day of Remembrance Brings Together LGBTQ, Muslim, and Latinx Communities
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA: The Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum will celebrate Black Pride in St. Petersburg by recognizing some of the nation’s most celebrated African Americans of the Harlem Renaissance and local Gay Black educators, activists, journalists, and artists, all pillars of community-empowerment within the Tampa Bay community.
Nadine Smith Named Honorary Co-Chair of National Equality March for Unity and Pride
Written By: Susan Miller
Even in some states that saw a flurry of “good bills,” the failure of these to win approval was disappointing, activists say.
Written By: Michael K. Lavers