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  • Meet community organizer Micky Alexander Jordan

    A first-hand account of what inspires Micky ... I am Micky Alexander Jordan, a Black queer and genderqueer activist. I work as a member leader and current fellow with Southerners on New Ground. Read More
  • Community leader Keri Abrams joins Diversity Richmond board of directors

    "A few years ago I came out to myself and the world as a transgender female and started my transition to the woman I am today," shared Keri Abrams during a recent Read More
  • Cesar Chavez, Latino Champion of Civil Rights

    Cesar Chevez was born in Arizona in 1927. At the age of 10, he became a migrant farm worker. He faced racial discrimination early in life. In 1946, he married a lady Read More
  • New Richmond Police LGBTQ Liaison Connecting With our Community

    Diversity Richmond board chair, Art Toth and Executive Director, Bill Harrison, were recent guests of Richmond City Chief Rodney Durham and our new LGBTQ liaison, Captain Daniel Minton. The meeting was to Read More
  • Another way we make help possible

    Diversity Richmond is always looking for more ways to help the community. Health regulations will not allow us to sell donated stuffed toys, but we have on-going relationships with organizations that work Read More
  • Deborah Sampson, the first woman to join the Army as a man

    Born into poverty in 1760, Deborah Sampson became an indentured servant at age ten. At 21, she felt a call to military duty. She disguised herself as a man named Robert Shurtleff, Read More
  • Candidate forums scheduled at Diversity Richmond

    This is an election year of great importance. While we don't have Hillary or Donald joining us, through the leadership of local activist, Roland Winston, we do have the majority of candidates Read More
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Advice

  • Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples

    By Benson Wealth Management Group In United States v. Windsor (2013), the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which required that federal statutes, regulations, and Read More
  • Is It More Than Stress?

    Not being able to focus By Mark Loewen I work with people who are emotionally overwhelmed. Counseling is for many a last resort. By the time a client steps in my office, Read More
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EVENTS!

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EVENTS!

  • Scary-oke

    Karaoke DJ Amanda Rogers • RVA Photobooth (courtesy Wanda Fears!)

    EMCEES Zakia Jemaceye and Aaliyah Michaels Ova

    THREE cash bars will be serving up craft beer, wine, and cocktails, duking it out for tips: BEAR Bar, LES Bar, and FEARs Bar

    18+ welcomed

    Get Tickets

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RGT Flyer

RGT Richmond Genderqueer and Transgender Support Group Learn More

Gen Silent

Gen Silent Screening and Panel Discussion Learn More

Women's Coming Out Support Group

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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