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  • Heritage Hosts Five-Course Dinner Fundraiser for Diversity Richmond

    Popular Fan Restaurant Presenting Four Top Chefs for Concerting Palates Supporting community causes is nothing new for Heritage owners, Emilia and Joe Sparatta. For example, over the last few years, they have Read More
  • Diversity Richmond Proud Financial Supporter of "One Love LGBT Families"

    The opening of "One Love LGBT Families" at the Valentine on January 11 was a true moment in history for our community and our city. Through a collaborative effort of the Valentine, Read More
  • Larry Kramer, Pioneer AIDS Activist

    Larry Kramer was born in Connecticut in 1935. He earned his degree from Yale, and became a writer in the entertainment industry. Through his later writings, he sounded the alarm about the Read More
  • Mayor-elect Levar Stoney "Richmonder of the Year"

    Bill Harrison one of twenty nominees The second annual "Richmonder of The Year," sponsored by the Richmond Times Dispatch was recently held at the John Marshall Hotel. Mayor-elect Levar Stoney received the Read More
  • AARP shred truck and fraud-watch workshop was big success

    On Sat., Dec. 3, we had a steady stream of people carrying boxes of private papers here at Diversity Richmond -- thanks to AARP's provision for a free mobile shred service. That same Read More
  • Community Champion: Bary Hausrath

    Bary Hausrath is a founding member of the Virginia Equality Bar Association, an association of legal professionals committed to equality for LGBT Virginians. He is VEBA's secretary and treasurer, sits on the Read More
  • One Love: LGBT Families

    By Meg Hughes, Curator of Archives, The Valentine The Valentine's current photography exhibition asks visitors to consider what it means to be a family. Developed in collaboration with Richmond Region Tourism's OutRVA Read More
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  • 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
  • Voter ID requirements

    By Kate Fletcher A critical date is just around the corner - November 8 - the day to exercise your right to vote. Regardless of who you vote for, voting is not just a Read More
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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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