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  • It did not begin nor end with Roseanne Barr

    An article in our last newsletter brought a few comments from our readers and I thank them for their thoughts. Good points were made. One reader reminded us that Roseanne is far Read More
  • Richmond City Council includes LGBTQ community as protected people

    Forty years ago the same issue was discussed, but voted down Last Monday night we watched history being made when Richmond City Council unanimously voted to include LGBTQ people as protected under Read More
  • Rainbow banners adorn Main Street Station thanks to Mayor Stoney

    Three big beautiful rainbow banners were mounted on the historic Main Street Train Station over the weekend in recognition of Pride Month. While most cities recognize June as Pride Month, Richmond also Read More
  • Community champion, Dr. Leisa D. Meyer

    By Mattie Coll Leisa D. Meyer is the Director of the American Studies Program, and a member of the History Department and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program at the College of Read More
  • NBA Player John Amaechi Scores By Coming Out

    Born in the United States and raised in England, John Amaechi started his basketball career at Penn State. He played for four NBA teams in five years. In February of 2007, he Read More
  • Meet Jack Sims, our William & Mary intern

    Hi, my name is Jack Sims (he/him/his) and I will be interning with Diversity Richmond this summer. I am a rising senior at the College of William & Mary, majoring in Government Read More
  • Gian Carlo Menotti, Italian Child Prodigy

    Gian Carlo Menotti, one of the premiere classical composers of our time, was born in Italy in 1911. He composed his first opera at the tender age of eleven. After his father's Read More
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  • It takes a village to raise a child

    Embrace Treatment Foster Care has extraordinary foster parents! Our foster parents are a vital part of Embrace’s statewide effort to protect and care for children in need. They provide children in foster Read More
  • Embrace answers questions about foster care

    At Embrace Treatment Foster Care we realize how daunting it can be to know where or how to start the process of becoming a foster parent and many questions are raised.  That Read More
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  • Mattie Hinkley | BODY WORK

    In the Iridian Gallery
    June 8 - Aug. 5, 2018

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  • Diversity funds twelve nonprofits this year

    Since 1999, Diversity Richmond has contributed nearly $1Million to local LGBT and LGBT-friendly nonprofits. This is made possible mainly by Diversity Thrift and Diversity Bingo proceeds. Diversity also bestows thousands of dollars each year by donating free meeting and storage space to nonprofits.

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