The New York City Health Department today recognized Transgender Day of Remembrance issuing a request for proposal (RFP) that will fund community-based providers to develop and pilot a curriculum-based workshop for transgender men to promote their general and sexual health.
Today, Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell announced his decision not to seek re-election for New York’s 69th Assembly District.
New York State Assembly Member Danny O’Donnel recently introduced legislation to update the Dignity for All Students Act for students from Harlem to the Hudson.
In a resplendent display of inclusivity and recognition, Harlem‘s The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is set to pay homage to the LGBTQ+ community on the feast day of St. Pauli Murray.
Are you tired of the same old employee engagement tactics? Virtual happy hours just not cutting it anymore?
Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced today the annual selection of 25 influential motion pictures to be inducted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.
In recognition of World AIDS Day, NYC Health + Hospitals reminded New Yorkers that affordable, gender-affirming care is available for patients seeking testing and treatment for HIV.
By Stephanie Woods-McKinney A Strange Loop-a journey of a realization of life! The life of an NYC dreamer. A gay dreamer who has thoughts of writing a musical in New York City.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced that City Hall and a number of other municipal buildings will be lit purple tonight for the ninth annual “NYC Go Purple Day” in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
By Gregory Burrus, Sr. Nat Adderley Jr, the Grammy award-winning rhythm and blues arranger, and pianist headlined a Jazzy Night of Music at the 1920s Georgian Mansion in New Jersey.
In recognition of National Breastfeeding Month, NYC Health + Hospitals today urged Big Apple parents to extend breastfeeding to two years or more if mutually desired by parents and their babies.
In her honor, Kering and the Cannes Film Festival were pleased to welcome Isabelle Huppert, Vincent Lindon, Valeria Golino, Paolo Sorrentino, Audrey Diwan, Lola Quivoron and Raymond Depardon on the occasion of the official dinner of the 8th edition of Women In Motion.
Gwendolyn B. Bennett, July 8, 1902 – May 30, 1981, was a Harlem artist, writer, and journalist.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today marked the end of National Volunteer Month by honoring volunteers through the “2022 Mayoral Service Recognition Program: Building Together for Tomorrow.”
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