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  • Area organizations collaborate for "Night of Healing"

    Hundreds of people packed Diversity Richmond last Sunday night to talk about healing some of the wounds the conflict-ridden campaign season left behind. See WTVR coverage Read More
  • Diversity Thrift coats to warm homeless women this winter

    St. Mark's Episcopal participating in CARITAS When we heard that St. Mark's Episcopal needed clothing in their efforts to help the homeless women who would be spending winter nights in the church Read More
  • Lisa D. Cumbey recognized by Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities

    Humanitarian award presented for community contributions For the last 53 years, the Richmond Chapter of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities has annually recognized community leaders for their work to bring about Read More
  • We never know what (or who) will come through the Diversity Thrift doors

    Imagine the surprise of our truck drivers when they arrived at the home of one of our generous donors and this carnival carousel-like horse coffee table was awaiting pickup. We love what Read More
  • Frank Kameny, Grandfather of the Gay Movement

    Frank Kameny was born in New York in 1925. He served in WWII and later earned his Ph.D. in astronomy. In the 50s, he took a civil service position with the Army. Read More
  • Scarey-Okey brought out talented goblins among other things!

    Congratulations to all of our Scary-oke prize winners, and thank you to our judges, who had a difficult job with so much creativity and talent to choose from! Left to right, "Paul Read More
  • Circe Strauss represents Iridian Gallery for InLight Richmond

    The Iridian Gallery is proud to be represented for InLight Richmond by artist Circe Strauss. Her latest work, Swarm, will be positioned high above an intersection in the Scott's Addition neighborhood, and Read More
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Advice

  • 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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EVENTS!

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Reducing barriers to serving transgender clients experiencing homelessness

EVENTS!

  • A Holiday Boutique by Diversity Richmond

    A curated selection of fine art, designer collectibles, and vintage items for giving or keeping.

    Nov 15 • Special preview 6 - 9 PM

    Nov 16 - 20 • Boutique hours 9 AM - 6 PM

    Sterling, pearl, handmade and vintage jewelry; paintings and limited edition art prints; art pottery and ceramics; fine and vintage housewares; ladies accessories; fun Christmas decor; and much, much more!

  • Bling it Out!

    Wherein more than 50 invited makers create art using upcycled materials

    Maker Day and Art Preview
    Sat., Dec. 3 • 1 - 5 PM

    Silent Auction, Exhibit Reception
    and Party
    Fri., Dec. 9 • 7 - 9 PM

    Thank you to our judge, Joe Seipel
    and our Artists Sponsor, Plaza Art

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RGT Flyer

RGT Richmond Genderqueer and Transgender Support Group Learn More

Peak Physique

Peak Physique partners with Diversity Richmond! Learn More

Trans Film Double Feature

Trans Film Double Feature: Two Spirts/HERO MARS 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.

    Read More
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