• Diversity Richmond is a catalyst, a voice, a place and a resource for Richmond’s LGBTQ+ community

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Job Opening: Diversity Richmond Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator at Diversity Richmond serves as a resource for Central Virginia's LGBTQ+ members and communities and works collaboratively with community partners to support the mission and function of Diversity Richmond.

Read full job posting and application requirements here.

Latest News

  • Working to address homelessness in our Richmond community

    Homelessness in the LGBTQ community is a problem, especially with transgender people. Diversity Richmond has been working hard to build relationships with local and statewide homeless service providers and organizations to educate, Read More
  • "We just love Diversity Thrift!"

    Meet Juanita Adams and her daughter, Tiffany. Both are regular shoppers at Diversity Thrift and have photographs to prove it. "The store has such a wide selection of merchandise. My home is Read More
  • Gilbert Baker - Creator of the Rainbow Flag, The Omnipresent Symbol of Gay Pride

    Gilbert Baker was born in Kansas in 1951 and years later arrived in San Francisco. He came out in the early 70s and met gay activist icon, Harvey Milk, who inspired him Read More
  • Henry Gerber, Gay Rights Organization Founder

    Henry Gerber was born in Bavaria in 1892. In 1913, he emigrated to America and settled in Chicago. He became inspired by Magnus Hirshfeld's courageous work for gay rights in Germany, while Read More
  • Another satisfied Diversity Thrift customer

    Jerry Dagenhart just returned home to Richmond after living in Roanoke for several years and was startled when he saw the Diversity Thrift building being painted. "I was afraid you had gone Read More
  • Big crowd supports Diversity Richmond at Pasture fundraiser

    Pasture, the popular downtown eatery and bar, attracted a big crowd recently in an effort to raise needed funds for Diversity Richmond. Chef and owner, Jason Alley, shared that he was happy Read More
  • Barbara Jordan, Stateswoman and Orator

    Barbara Jordan was born in Texas in 1936. Beginning her career in law, she yearned for a role in political change. She worked for the local Democratic Party, speaking out on contemporary Read More
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Recent Facebook posts

  • Building better bridges between refugee resettlement agencies and the local LGBT organizations/community, so that LGBTI refugees and asylum seekers will receive the appropriate assistance and guidances, making their transition to life in the US a success.

    Tuesday, April 26, 2016
    10 AM - 12 PM

    At Diversity Richmond
    1407 Sherwood Ave.
    Richmond, VA 23220

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RGT Flyer

RGT Richmond Genderqueer and Transgender Support Group Learn More

art journaling

Art Journaling and Other Crafts. No rules. Just fun. And FREE. Learn More

Women's Coming Out Support Group

Women’s Coming Out Support Group Learn More

  • Diversity Richmond intern shares her first journey to the General Assembly of Virginia

    As a social worker-in-training and intern here at Diversity Richmond, I visited the General Assembly for the first time through Equality Virginia's Day of Action. I was blessed enough to have more experienced policy advocates to guide me in the right direction and to also be visiting during a time for celebration, as I witnessed the killing of HB 781 (the bathroom bill) and HB 385 (the discrimination bill).

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