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  • Community Champion, Rev. Lacette Cross

    Rev. Lacette Cross, affectionately called Rev. L or Pastor Lacette, is the pastor of New Beginnings Christian Church, an open and affirming, multicultural congregation that worships at Diversity Richmond in the Event Read More
  • William and Mary partners with Diversity Richmondon three-year LGBTQ history project

    Diversity Richmond kicked-off its LGBTQ History Project partnership with Professor Leisa Meyer and students of William & Mary on Saturday, October 1st. The students, under the leadership of Professor Meyer will spend Read More
  • Candidate forums bring good community response

    Over the past several weeks, four separate candidate forums were conducted at Diversity Richmond, bringing in hundreds of people to hear the opinions of candidates. The forums allowed contenders for city council, Read More
  • Renowned Architect, Philip Johnson

    Philip Johnson was born in Cleveland in 1906, and at 35 entered architecture. His daring designs made him one of the most prominent architects of the past century, designing skyscrapers in every Read More
  • Richmond Triangle Player's "Perfect Arrangement" Is A Community Service

    I am certainly not a theatre critic and rarely do I see a production that, when I wake up the next morning, the play is on my mind. But this morning I Read More
  • You raised more than $2,000 for Diversity Richmond at PRIDE!!

    We had a great time meeting, greeting, and mingling at Pridefest with an estimated 30,000 people! Our hat is off to all the hard working volunteers who make this event happen. And Read More
  • Alexander Hamilton, first Secretary of the Treasury

    Alexander Hamilton was a hero in the Revolutionary War and later the first Secretary of the Treasury under President George Washington. He was born in 1757 in the West Indies. As a Read More
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  • 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
  • Estate Planning for Same-Sex Couples

    By Benson Wealth Management Group In United States v. Windsor (2013), the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which required that federal statutes, regulations, and Read More
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    Karaoke DJ Amanda Rogers • RVA Photobooth (courtesy Wanda Fears!)

    EMCEES Zakia Jemaceye and Aaliyah Michaels Ova

    THREE cash bars will be serving up craft beer, wine, and cocktails, duking it out for tips: BEAR Bar, LES Bar, and FEARs Bar

    18+ welcomed

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Women's Coming Out Support Group

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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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