DC Coalition of Black Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Men and Women
Founded in 1978, the D.C. Coalition seeks to abolish discrimination against, and build a strong political and economic base for the black LGBT community.
Contact Info :
PO Box 77145
Washington, DC 20013
Phone: (202) 609-7509
This record: Created 04/10/2007 - Last updated 06/26/2007
- Focus on Homophobia: Town-hall event to examine homophobia in the black community
- Coalition Coalescing: Black GLBT group taking steps to identify its place in the community
- DC Coalition Stirring: Decades-old black GLBT group hoping to harness momentum
- Problem Solver: Activist Brian Watson honored by GLAA, along with five others
- Pulse of the People: Town-hall meeting examines the state of black, gay D.C.
- D.C. Coalition, Inc.: A Community Profile
- The Queen Mother's Farewell: Carlene Cheatam reflects on her 25 years of GLBT leadership in DC
- Out and Tuned In: Sheila Alexander-Reid brings the LGBT community to the FM dial
- Wives Making Waves: Aisha and Danielle Moodie-Mills sound off on politics and pop culture
- ManDate Returns to D.C.: Organizers open registration for annual conference promoting well-being among black gay and bi men
- Marching On: D.C.'s LGBT community and allies step up to commemorate the historic 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom
- Fired Up for the Future: Five decades later, Aisha Moodie-Mills represents the torchbearers
- Frontline Figure: From Mississippi to the National Mall, Eleanor Holmes Norton's story is historic
- Laverne Cox Rocks: From bullied in Alabama, transgender activist and actress becomes scene-stealing star in Netflix's ''Orange Is the New Black''
- Novel Approach: K. Murry Johnson breaks ground and earns praise with his debut novel of a black gay vampire