A new study is showing what anyone who has lived in a gentrifying neighborhood already knows: If there’s money, there’s a Starbucks.
The sign once read: “Jesus Would Stone Homos.” Now it says: “You Sodomites and Freaks Have Soiled Harlem.” Frustrated by years of hateful language posted on signage outside of Atlah Worldwide Missionary Church, Harlem neighbors will hold a rally against hate speech on Monday, November 23rd, 2015 outside of 38 W. 123 St. at Lenox…
Nestled in the heart of Atlanta’s University Center, Morehouse College is a beacon of black male excellence.
In recognition of LGBT History Month and National Coming Out Day, National Action Network (NAN) is announcing the creation of NAN’s LGBTQ Alliance, whose mission is to support action and activism on behalf of civil rights for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people.
Is the mainstream media visibility of transgender women such as Laverne Cox and Caitlyn Jenner a passing fad or not? It is a question that causes Bionka to pause and reflect on the long journey of raising awareness for the transgender community.
*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.
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.
Singer 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.”
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.
Emmy Award Winner Iyanla Vanzant, Grammy Award Winner Michelle Williams, Fashion Designer Activist Angela Simmons, Nobel Peace Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee, Comedian Rain Pryor, ..
Startup52 Summer 2015 applications will be closing very soon – dont sleep. Please apply ASAP. Also share with your networks from Harlem to Hollywood.
Pride and Gender: A Film Conversation celebrates LGBTQ Month with an amazing line up of films and guests.
On Thursday, May 28, 2015, Harlem’s technology and innovation initiative, Silicon Harlem, teams up with the notable media collective, Black, Brown and Digital (#bbdigital) to bring awareness of and build community with millennial digital content creators of color.
The 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.
By Hadasah Ingrid As another year has passed at the successful conclusion of the Tribeca Film Festival for 2015, many aspiring filmmakers made their promising marks and debuts on a key red carpet. Furthermore Tribeca organizers along with its visionary founder Robert DiNiro are forging a new path for the next generation of filmmakers.