Senator Brad Hoylman Responds To FDA Rule Limiting Gay Men’s Ability To Donate Blood

Today, the FDA announced plans to loosen restrictions on gay men who are interested in donating blood. Senator Brad Hoylman issued the following statement in response: Continue Reading →

Health Department Will Add Third Non-Binary Gender Category To NYC Death Certificates

The Health Department announced that starting next year, death certificates will include an “X” option for New Yorkers who do not identify as male or female. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Carranza And Others Announce Second Annual Yankees-Stonewall Scholarship

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza, New York Yankees, and Stonewall Inn today announced that applications are open for applicants from Harlem to Hollis for the 2020 Yankees-Stonewall Scholarship. Continue Reading →

New HIV Diagnoses Fall To Historic Lows From Harlem To Hollis

The number of New Yorkers newly diagnosed with HIV is down to historic lows and fell below 2,000 for the first time since annual HIV reporting began in 2001. Continue Reading →

Uptown’s Jackson, Rosenthal And Others File Amicus Brief In Support Of LGBTQ Workers

The de Blasio Administration today announced New York City, Los Angeles and a coalition of 66 local governments across the nation have filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court. Continue Reading →

Earn Money By Representing Harlem At The US Census Bureau Casting Call

Artist Michael Jones will be photographing over 200 portraits that capture the broad range of diversity in America, which will be used by the US Census Bureau Regional Offices to promote and encourage participation in the 2020 Census. Continue Reading →


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