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  • AARP VA support of Diversity Richmond makes much happen

    Several years ago when Diversity board member, Robyn Bentley was coordinating our SAGE program and reaching out to seniors, she forged a relationship with AARP. That friendship has continually grown and has Read More
  • Black History Museum and Cultural Centermaking history on its own

    Anna Pauli Murray Now Featured at Museum By Rodney Lofton This past February, Diversity Richmond reached out to the Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia to host a number of Read More
  • Rodney Lofton named Diversity Richmond Deputy Director

    “A true history maker in his own right” Little did Rodney Lofton know when he joined the Diversity Richmond Board of Directors a few years ago where that move would take him. Read More
  • Civil War Soldier, Jennie Hodgers

    Jennie Hodgers was born in Ireland in 1844 and years later came to America as a stowaway. Answering Presidents Lincoln's call for soldiers, she dressed in men's clothes and passed the cursory Read More
  • Dunham, Eliot, and the Kids

    Ethel Dunham and Martha Eliot were both born in the late 1800s and met in college. From that moment forward, their individual careers and mutual relationship were tightly entwined. After medical school Read More
  • Community Supported Prints benefits Diversity Richmond

    Community Supported Prints produces limited edition works for the express purpose of benefitting non-profits that fight the good fight -- and sometimes lose -- on a daily basis. Their current offering benefits Diversity Richmond, Read More
  • One way to help LGBTQ Texans

    The catastrophic and historic impact of Hurricane Harvey will be felt by the LGBTQ community of Houston, Texas for a long time to come. You can help LGBTQ community members displaced by Read More
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Advice

  • 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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EVENTS!

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Reducing barriers to serving transgender clients experiencing homelessness

EVENTS!

  • Scary-oke
    A costume and karaoke gaylalala

    Sat. Oct. 28
    7-11 PM

    More than $1,000
    in cold hard cash prizes!

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  • Opening party
    and
    sale of outsider art
    by Virginia artist
    J. Alan Cumbey
    to benefit Iridian Gallery
    and Diversity Richmond

    Fri., Nov. 17
    7 - 9 PM

    Iridian Gallery

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  • Glitter Glam Jam

    A Party to Benefit LGBTQ+ Youth

    The Glitter Glam Jam is a Dance Marathon, Dance Party, Drag Show, and everything in between.

    October 14, 2017
    7 - 11:30 PM

    In the Event Hall at Diversity Richmond.

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Sunday Social Hour

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Art Journaling and Other Crafts

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  • 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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