All posts tagged "latino/a"

  • Latino GLBT History Project hosts DC Latino Pride

    The Latino GLBT History Project (LHP), in conjunction with Empodérate of La Clínica del Pueblo, a member of the DC Latino Pride Advisory Committee, will...

  • Interest in Angie Zapata murder revived by TV crime show

    Angie Zapata, 18, was brutally murdered in July of 2008 at her rural home in Greely, Colorado. According to a new crime show, “The excessive injuries...

  • Latino Pride Split

    A schism among organizers of D.C.'s Latino Pride celebration has resulted in two different sets of events in the days leading up to Capital Pride's...

  • National LGBT Briefs: Orbit, Arthur and La Raza Launch

    Kameny Namesake Joins List of Heavenly Bodies While the late gay-rights pioneer Frank Kameny – a D.C. local who died Oct. 11, 2011, at the...

  • Ruby Corado to Open LGBT Latino Resource Center

    Everybody is welcome at Casa Ruby. That's the pitch from local transgender activist Ruby Corado, who plans to open an LGBT-targeted resource center in Columbia...

  • David M. Pérez

    Some gay people grow up to run screaming from conservative Christian upbringings. Not David M. Pérez. This Southern California native embraced the values of his...

  • Occupational Art

    ''It's a real mix, and a real attempt to bring our local artists together,'' says Quique Aviles. The actor and performer has essentially created a...

  • Paying Homage

    Every night just before performing his one-man show, Jorge ''Jay'' Alvarez has a moment of panic. ''Oh my God, do I have this in me...

  • Coverboy: René

    There was a time when René, 21, growing up in Aurora, Ill., was in the shadows, suffering the bullies in elementary and middle school. Then...

  • Living the Life

    This year will be 24-year-old Jonathan Bascope's third year performing at the Capital Pride Festival. But this year also marks a first for the Northern...