• Diversity Richmond is a catalyst, a voice, a place and a resource for Richmond’s LGBTQ+ community

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Job Opening: Diversity Richmond Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator at Diversity Richmond serves as a resource for Central Virginia's LGBTQ+ members and communities and works collaboratively with community partners to support the mission and function of Diversity Richmond.

Read full job posting and application requirements here.

Latest News

  • Poet Katharine Lee Bates

    Katharine Lee Bates was born in Massachusetts in 1859. She graduated from Wellesley College in 1885, and stayed on to teach English. There, she met history professor Katharine Coman, and the two Read More
  • Thanks to Altria and Hamilton Glass, another mural is cast

    Our second mural, designed by Hamilton Glass, was completed this past week. As with the first, the project was funded by Altria. The company's volunteer pool of employees also contributed hours of Read More
  • Diversity Richmond says goodbye and THANK YOU to Debra Terry

    Program Coordinator, Debra Terry, has been with Diversity Richmond for four years, first as an intern and then as an employee. As a seasoned activist, Debra has spent the past four years Read More
  • Iridian Gallery at Diversity Richmond committee making waves

    Our phenomenal art gallery committee recently met to map out the details of our upcoming shows. You can still see the current show, {D}Light: Works in copper by Cathy G. Vaughn, for Read More
  • Diversity Richmond supports Equality Virginia

    Diversity Richmond board members and staff attended the 2016 Equality Virginia Commonwealth Dinner, celebrating our community big time! Read More
  • Customer "treasures" Diversity Thrift

    Angie Pope shops at Diversity Thrift because she "always finds something I must have." She recently found a vintage Christian Dior hat (one of several donated to us) and was very pleased Read More

    In 1972, as Jeanne and Jules Manford watched their local newscast, they saw their son Morton beaten during a gay protest at a New York City hotel, as police did nothing. Their Read More
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  • Bring your friends and family to
    THE BIG OH!for some neighborly Friday night fun

    Eat some dinner, drink some beers, make some art, shop even cheaper at Diversity Thrift, listen to some music, hang out

    Special tribute to our outgoing board chair, Beth Marschak at 7:00 in the Iridian Gallery

    At Diversity Richmond
    1407 Sherwood Ave.
    Richmond, VA 23220

    Rain or shine!
    All welcomed!

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  • Diversity Richmond intern shares her first journey to the General Assembly of Virginia

    As a social worker-in-training and intern here at Diversity Richmond, I visited the General Assembly for the first time through Equality Virginia's Day of Action. I was blessed enough to have more experienced policy advocates to guide me in the right direction and to also be visiting during a time for celebration, as I witnessed the killing of HB 781 (the bathroom bill) and HB 385 (the discrimination bill).

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