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  • March on D.C. poster-making party

    Wed., June 7, 6 PM • Diversity Richmond Event Hall Door #3 We’re gearing up big time for the Equality March 2017. Join us for a poster- and sign- making party, and express Read More
  • Diversity Richmond Executive Director Bill Harrison featured in USA Today

    Newspaper features "Faces of Pride" from all 50 states USA Today June 1, 2017 - Bill Harrison has been involved with Virginia's LGBTQ community for nearly four decades.  Co-chairing the first Pride Festival Read More
  • A day with our best friends!

    Despite the clouds that hovered, the rain stayed away as Diversity Richmond and Sanctuary Rescue celebrated the love of pets on May 13. Sponsored by Mongrel, “Pets and Their People Day” celebrated Read More
  • Health Brigade and Diversity Richmond partner on mental health provisions

    Health Brigade is happy to announce that the organization will now provide Mental Health Services to members of the LGBTQ community who are referred through Diversity Richmond. Mental Health and Wellness Services Read More
  • Survey needed for people living with HIV-Disease

    Are you poz? Are you living with HIV or AIDS? You may want to participate in a community health survey on HIV/AIDS, marginalization, and empowerment. This study is being conducted by Aaron Read More
  • Annie Alexander, Fabulous Fossil Finder

    Annie Alexander was born in 1867, living in Hawaii until she was fifteen. In 1901, a lecture about bones changed her life. The speaker was a professor of Paleontology at the University Read More
  • “My Brothers Don’t See the Challenge, They See the Warrior!”

    Local activist Art Patterson leads way for men with physical challenges to be treated as equals. Art Patterson is a man with a mission, like every man in Mankind Project. But this Read More
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  • Faith Focus by Rev. Lacette Cross

    In an effort to broaden our reach and explore issues of concern of the LGBT communities, we are pleased to share the first of a series of articles by the Rev. Lacette Read More
  • Protect Your Family and Your Assets with Marital Agreements

    by Mollie Barton Recent federal court rulings, federal regulations, and the resulting administrative actions in the Commonwealth of Virginia have allowed same sex couples to marry and to adopt children. Inevitably, this Read More
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Reducing barriers to serving transgender clients experiencing homelessness


  • Transit: Light Installations by Circe Strauss

    May 12 - July 8, 2017

    in the Iridian Gallery at Diversity Richmond. Free and open to the public

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Sunday Social Hour

Sunday Social Hour for Men Learn More

art journaling

Art Journaling and Other Crafts Learn More


Women’s Coming Out Support Group Learn More

  • Beth Marschak receives Schall-Townley Award

    Beth's lifetime body of work and advocacy for causes that are dear to her and benefit so many of us has garnered her many awards and recognition, including the Schall-Townley Recognition for Extraordinary Personal Action.

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