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  • Eleanor Roosevelt's Love Letters

    Eleanor Roosevelt, the controversial first lady of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was a crusader for women's rights, civil rights for African Americans, world peace and the plight of the poor. As U.S. ambassador Read More
  • LGBT Tourism Task Force advises Va. Governor

    This month, the Governor's LGBT Tourism Task Force presented recommendations to Gov. Terry McAuliffe regarding making Virginia a more welcoming and friendly destination for all travelers. Over the next few years, Virginia Read More
  • Dr. Evelyn Hooker's Discovery

    Psychologist Dr. Evelyn Hooker conducted research in the 1950s, challenging the notion that homosexuality signaled mental illness. Read More
  • The Rainbow Minute achieves 10-year milestone

    This year, The Rainbow Minute marked its 10th anniversary. The show first aired at WRIR, 97.3 fm in 2005. Former Richmonders Brian Burns and Judd Proctor have produced just over 2,000 episodes Read More
  • Changes to Social Security effective May 1

    Congress has enacted some changes to the Social Security system that will be effective May 1, 2016.  If you are not yet at retirement age these changes could affect you. One of Read More
  • Beloved LGBT activist celebrates 98th birthday

    It was a "Red Noses and Balloons Day" as friends gathered to celebrate the 98th birthday of Richmond icon, Guy Kinman, last month. Guy's long history of helping galvanize LGBT activism in Read More
  • VCIC's Jonathan Zur is "Person of the Year" finalist

    Jonathan Zur, executive director of Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities, was named one of thirty finalists in the Richmond Times Dispatch's "Person of the Year." The sold-out event recognized individuals for their Read More
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    Curated by Michael-Birch Pierce

    Dec. 10, 2015 - Feb. 19, 2016

    Featuring works by
    Honor Bowman, Sam Bryer, Thomas J. Condon, Jonathan Lee, Carlton Morgan, Michael Pierce, Leigh Suggs, Scott Welsh

    Open to the public; free admission.

    The Iridian Gallery at Diversity Richmond.

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  • I wasn't in therapy until I met my boyfriend

    Have you ever loathed Valentine's Day? While many look forward to celebrating the annual day for lovers, countless numbers of people dread February 14th. If one is single, especially not by choice, watching others celebrate their love-lives can be painful.

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  • I wasn't in therapy until I met my boyfriend

    Have you ever loathed Valentine's Day? While many look forward to celebrating the annual day for lovers, countless numbers of people dread February 14th. If one is single, especially not by choice, watching others celebrate their love-lives can be painful.

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