Black History Month
Gay Will Never Be The New Black: What James Baldwin Taught Me About My White Privilege
Mainstream gay culture privileges the white narrative, and it does so at the expense of its own legitimacy.
Guest Post: 5 Queer Authors to Celebrate during Black History Month
GLAAD Observes 13th National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Carmen Neely From Harlem Pride: "Providing services for the people where the people are"
With the absence of a community pride center in Harlem, Harlem PRIDE's Co-founder Carmen Neely met with GLAAD to discuss their efforts and local activists to bring Harlem its first PRIDE center by 2015.
GLAAD Media Award-winning Documentary, Brother Outsider, Set to Air on February 3 on PBS
GLAAD Celebrates Black History Month Honoring LGBT African Americans
EBONY.com Spotlights African American Trans Trailblazers
Today Ebony.com, the online companion to the iconic monthly magazine that focuses on the African-American community, spotlights the contributions of transgender men and women to American history and Black heritage.
Guest Post: Going Forward: Building on Faith and Community
As Black History Month comes to an end, Rev. Candace Hardnett, a Georgia-based pastor and LGBT advocate, reflects on the meaning of faith and community.
Guest Post: LGBT Black Feminist Legacies in Publishing
Alexis Pauline Gumbs, founder of BrokenBeautiful Press and co-founder of the Mobile Homecoming Project, writes about the legacies of June Jordan and Audre Lorde who spoke up in the face racism, sexism, and homophobia in publishing and in their communities.