New Documentary Focuses on Black Gay Men Dealing with Depression
An upcoming documentary, “You Are Not Alone,” focuses on the struggles and suffering in silence of black gay men dealing with depression.
Community Mourns Loss of Transgender Teen Shelley Hilliard
Family, friends and community members are mourning the loss of Shelley Hilliard, a 19-year-old transgender woman who was reported missing several weeks ago.
TheGrio Interviews Clay Cane About New LGBT Radio Show
TheGrio, a news site geared toward African Americans, recently featured Clay Cane, openly gay BET.com entertainment editor and new host of New York radio's WWRL 1600AM show, Clay Cane Live.
The Baltimore Sun Highlights Black Pastors' Support of Marriage Equality in Maryland
In a letter to the editor, Rev. Jamie Washington, associate pastor of the Unity Fellowship Church of Baltimore, pointed out The Baltimore Sun’s missed opportunity to highlight the contributions and impact of black LGBT-affirming congregations in their editorial "Marriage equality and race" (Nov. 1).
Colorlines.com Celebrates Accepting Families in Oregon's Communities of Color
In their “Celebrate Love” column, Colorlines.com, a daily news site on racial justice issues, spotlighted LGBT families of color in Oregon.
The Root Highlights Discrimination Faced By Transgender African Americans
In a recent article, The Root, a leading online source of news and commentary from an African-American perspective, spotlights the challenges and perseverance of Black transgender people.
The Root Announces LGBT-Inclusive List of African American Leaders
The Root, a leading online source of news and commentary from an African-American perspective, recently announced their 2011 “The Root 100” honorees.
Black Enterprise Interviews 'Pariah' Writer/Director Dee Rees
Black Enterprise, the leading business, investing, and wealth-building resource for African Americans, profiled out filmmaker Dee Rees for National Coming Out Day.