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  • $30,000 now available through 2018 Grants Program

    We are pleased to announce that through this year’s grants program, $30,000 is available to local LGBTQ and LGBTQ-friendly 501(c)3 nonprofits. What would your organization do with extra funds? Put on your Read More
  • There should be a law requiring everyone to learn the Matthew Sheperd story

    The Richmond Triangle Players theater was packed to overflowing recently as we paid homage to the teenage boy who was brutally beaten and nailed to a fence because he was gay. While Read More
  • Second Annual Petersburg Pride

    Hurricane Florence couldn’t damper the excitement in the air for the 2nd Annual Petersburg Pride Festival, held Sunday, September 16th. With the threat of thunderstorms and torrential downpours, members of the LGBTQ Read More
  • Bisexual Support Group has moved

    The Bisexual Support Group now meets at Metropolitan Community Church, 2501 Park Avenue, 23220. The discussion group is open to all people who are attracted to more than one gender. The group Read More
  • Diversity Reflections

    Diversity Richmond hosts three weekly LGBTQ AA meetings. Thursdays – 7:00 pmSaturdays – 7:00 pmSundays: 11:30 am The meetings are held in the Classroom (door entrance #2). For additional information, please visit www.AARichmond.org Read More
  • Harvey Fierstein's Voice

    Born in Brooklyn in 1954, Harvey Fierstein came out at age 13. He loved going to Saturday matinees on Broadway, and even play-acted in drag as Ethel Merman. Harvey graduated from Pratt Read More
  • Diversity Richmond Deputy Director featured in Richmond Magazine

    Having survived HIV in his 20s and conquered restlessness in his 30s, Rodney Lofton has at last embraced his predestined role as a public servant. Now nearly 50, he embarks on his Read More
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