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The Art Association of Harrisburg opened Hope, Memory & Pride: Artists View Equality Fri., Oct. 18. “We are honored to be part of the series of exhibitions being presented throughout the … more
Under the artistic direction of Stuart Landan, downtown Harrisburg’s Open Stage, 25 N. Court Street, located on street level beneath the Walnut Street Parking Garage, has launched a fully … more
When you land on their web page the first words you see are - Speaking our truth to power. The PA Youth Congress, under the direction of Jason Landau Goodman, has been involved in many of … more
“Damn I’m going to be a gorgeous man,” Lou Sullivan wrote 40 years ago in one of his personal diaries. Sullivan, who died in 1991 at the age of 39 due to complications from AIDS, … more
Editor’s note: Read Pennsylvania Capital-Star’s Elizabeth Hardison story that unravels regarding a last-minute legal challenge to Marsy’s Law, a proposed Pennsylvania … more
Brian Curtis, a lieutenant in the Mechanicsburg Police Department, has handled dozens of involuntary commitments during his 18 years as an officer in the borough just 15 minutes west of Harrisburg. more
Editor’s note: Besides members of the LGBTQ community wondering when Pennsylvania will join the 21stCentury and, finally, pass basic civil rights protections, our allies also wonder. Read what … more
Editor’s note – With the recent resignation of PA Sen. Mike Folmer, a special election scheduled for Jan. 14, 2020 is drawing lots of attention. It should draw the attention of the LGBT … more
Editor’s note – US Sen. Robert Casey, representing Pennsylvania, is a staunch supporter of LGBT civil rights. From marriage equality, hate crime, safe schools to a national Equality Act, … more
Three arguments were held in two hours. The Solicitor General supports the employer’s position in all three cases.  more
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