Congratulations To LGBT Communities From Harlem To Hollywood

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Harlem Celebrates Gay Pride Month with Monifah, Terez, Hendryx and More

nona-hendryx*Gay Pride Month” is being celebrated in Harlem on June 25 at MIST Harlem with a party with a purpose featuring some of television and music’s high profile gay Black celebs. Continue Reading →

‘My True Colors Festival’ Talk, Panel And Screenings In Harlem

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Join My True Colors Festival for their sneak peak at Call Me the new scripted series about male escorts, the conversation with journalist Dontre Conerly in a conversation with Call Me creator and event guru Tai Chunn, and a great Q&A session about film/video content creation.   Continue Reading →

Souleo: Vivian Green Is ‘Vivid’ And Carefree On New Album

Vivian-Green 1Singer Vivian Green wants her fans to know that everything is fine. No, she is not going through romantic troubles as she effectively sang about on hit singles like “Emotional Rollercoaster” and “Gotta Go Gotta Leave.” Continue Reading →

Public Advocate James Releases LGBT Mental Health Resource Guide

JamesSicilianoPublic Advocate Letitia James this week released a guide of mental health resources in all five boroughs for members of the LGBT community. Continue Reading →

Public Advocate Kicks off Black Gay Pride in Harlem

Public Advocate, Letitia James, rouses the crowd in Harlem for Pride.

Public Advocate, Letitia James, rouses the crowd in Harlem for Pride.

As gay pride celebrations kick off around the country (June is National Pride Month), Harlem held its own Pride kick-off, Monday night, at Hyacinth’s Haven.  Sponsored by the city’s Public Advocate, Leticia James, this was her first Black gay Pride kick-off, which she hopes to make an annual event.

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Harlem Pride LGBT Sunday On Father’s Day At St. Philip’s

 

st. philips lgbtJoin LGBT Sunday on Father’s Day at St. Philip’s in Harlem. They will also have a special selection during Holy Communion by a LGBT artist from the community. Continue Reading →

The Cathedral of St. John the Divine’s Spirit Of Pride

Cathedral_of_StThe Cathedral of St. John the Divine partners with the Hetrick-Martin Institute to host a panel of young leaders and activists in a conversation on LGBTQ youth homelessness and housing insecurity. Continue Reading →

“Blackbird” Patrick Ian Polk Revisits A 1980’s Black LGBT Novel On The Big Screen

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By Tod Roulette

“Take everyone to see this movie…Every mean mother, June Bug, every church member to support this film. This is an important moment and movie for black gay people.” says founder of DBQ magazine, David Bridgeforth on the stage at the Schomburg Center Thursday April 22nd for the premiere of “Blackbird” an updated retelling of Larry Duplechan’s commerical first- a black gay novel published in 1986 for St. Martin’s Press. Continue Reading →