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  • Diversity Celebrates Only Black History LGBTQ Project in Virginia

    Pictured: Award recipients Officer Ellio? Anderson, The Reverend Lace?e Cross, Jelani Drew, Rebecca Keel, Dr. Lauranett Lee, The Honorable Cynthia Newbille, Schiavone McGee and “Wiggles.” By Rodney Lofton As I write this Read More
  • Please Say Thank you to Delegates Delores McQuinn and Betsy Carr

    While the number of Republican and Democrats in the Virginia General Assembly who support us continues to grow, the only two subcommittee members who voted to deny LGBT discrimination in housing and Read More
  • Thanks to gc2b Transitional Apparel

    Diversity Richmond would like to thank gc2b Transitional Apparel for their very generous donation of 40 chest binders to the Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Care Package Program. These chest binders will be Read More
  • Diversity Thrift Thrives Under Leadership of Neil Thomas

    By Mattie Coll Neil Thomas has a two year anniversary as Diversity Thrift Senior Store Manager on March 1st.A United Kingdom native, Neil spent most of his life in Scotland before coming Read More
  • Welcome Mattie Coll, New Volunteer Contributor

    Let’s give a big Diversity Richmond hug to our new contributing writer, Mattie Coll. A Richmond native, Mattie is a retired writing instructor and a published poet and essay author. She can Read More
  • Craig Rodwell - Gay Rights Mogul

    Craig Rodwell was born in Chicago in 1940. He came out early in life and moved to Greenwich Village in the 1950s. He became a radical figure in the early gay rights Read More
  • Diversity Richmond Thanks You For Your Support!

    Pictured are board members, staff and a few volunteers who want to say thank you for another phenomenal year. This past year had challenges, but we met them with vigor and success. Read More
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  • Wood Woman:A Retrospective of Multi-Axis Wood Turning byBarbara Dill

    Curated by Lora Beldon

    Feb. 9 - March 30, 2018

    Iridian Gallery

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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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