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Cory Messinger was honored for his service to the Keystone Business Alliance at the organization’s Jan. 25 annual dinner.   Messinger served on the Alliance’s board of … more
The LGBT Center of Central PA Board of Directors recently recognized Shaashawn Dial with a special award. Dial was honored for her six years of service on the center's board, one of which included … more
Two rallies in support of the “Women’s March” movement will take place on portions of Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Love Park (JFK Plaza), Eakins Oval, and the east apron of the … more
Keystone Business Alliance – Central PA’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of the inaugural Business Excellence Awards. Winners include Corporate Partner of the Year - … more
Pennsylvania now has an LGBTQ Commission recently brought into existence by Gov. Tom Wolf. Todd Snovel is the appointed executive director. He serves on the commission in a state surrounded by other … more
According to a recent report released by Funders for LGBTQ Issues, 16% of staff or board members of participating foundations identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, but the majority … more
The typically solemn themes of World AIDS Day (Dec. 1) are turned on their heads in a new short film that boldly empowers living, breathing people living with HIV and illustrates the value of shared … more
A wide array of reports were voiced and plans for the upcoming year were announced at the inaugural meeting of the Pennsylvania Commission on LGBTQ Affairs. The meeting was held on Nov. 2 at … more
A mural on the capitol steps decries the detention of immigrant families. And one Republican leader called it “entirely inappropriate.” more
“… A good step forward” is how Harrisburg Human Relations Commission chair Russ Boggs describes efforts by Harrisburg City Council to take a stand on "conversion therapy". more
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