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  • “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
  • Diversity Richmond receives donation from gc2b

    Diversity Richmond is proud to share the recent donation received from the apparel company, gc2b. An LGBT-owned company that provides high quality chest binders for transgender individuals, gc2b recently donated 20 binders Read More
  • THANK YOU!

    Diversity Richmond thanks everyone for their generous contributions for the online fundraiser, “Give OUT Day.” Because of YOU, Diversity Richmond raised $4,125.00, including a special $1,000.00 matching gift by Wanda Fears. This Read More
  • Benjamin Britten, Prominent British Composer

    Born in England in 1913, Benjamin Britten began playing the piano at age five and was composing at fourteen. He attended the Royal College of Music, but far more significant to him Read More
  • Diversity Richmond sending buses to LGBT Equality March on Washington

    The last LGBT march on Washington was the National Equality March on Oct. 11, 2009. Click pic for Blade article. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) Seats only $15.75 each  *  Read More
  • B.A.S.Y.C. Celebration

    Diversity Richmond's board member Beth Marschak and Dr. Renee Hill of Virginia State University celebrated Virginia State University's 5th Annual Pride Ball with members of the student LGBTQ advocacy organization B.A.S.Y.C. on Read More
  • Transit: Light Installations by Circe Strauss

    May 12 - July 8, 2017 Charlottesville light artist Circe Strauss began her career in Hollywood, where she worked as a special effects technician for the Los Angeles movie industry in the 80s Read More
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Advice

  • 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
  • Is It More Than Stress?

    By Mark Loewen Sign #1: Not Getting Enough Sleep Everyone experiences stress. And stress by itself is not purely negative. In fact, positive experiences such as traveling, getting a promotion, or starting Read More
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EVENTS!

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Reducing barriers to serving transgender clients experiencing homelessness

EVENTS!

  • Drag Bingo
    Fri., June 16 6:30 – 10 PM

    Back by popular demand with lots more games and cash prizes! Win your share of $2,700 in cash! $20 gets you 17 $100 games plus a $1,000 Jackpot!

    Extra game packs and Instant Bingo available for purchase. *NOTE: Bring cash for your bingo, and of course, performer tips; there is an ATM machine in the hall.

    Fun drag performances by
    Miss North America Supreme
    Alvion Arnell Davenport and
    Miss Godfreys Bianca Blake Starr

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Transit

Transit: Light Installations by Circe Strauss Learn More

Open Heart Open Mic

Open Heart Open Mic Cafe Night Learn More

art journaling

Art Journaling and Other Crafts 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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