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At-home testing seeks to achieve District's goals that 90% of people with HIV know their status and are linked with treatment
Abbreviated application period, ending on Aug. 31, will give special consideration to racial and social justice-centric nonprofits
Bill adds protections for gender expression and HIV status, and prohibits discrimination against LGBTQ seniors
A Norfolk wedding photographer is suing the commonwealth of Virginia over a newly-enacted law intended to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination. The photographer, Chris Herring,...
Nicholas F. Benton is launching a nonprofit that will serve as a discussion hub and community resource for LGBTQ Northern Virginians
Installation in District's Dupont Circle neighborhood is part of the Department of Transportation's Art in the Right of Way program
From DC Latinx Pride to It Gets Better, Let Freedom Sing to Queen of the Capital
LGBTQ nonprofit vows to center social justice organizations or those working with marginalized populations in its grant process
Browse our Pride Memory Lane with 60 videos and thousands of photos from dozens of past D.C. Pride celebrations from 2002 to the present.
June 15 event will explain how "defund" strategy works and offer advice on responding to D.C.'s proposed funding increase for MPD
Community center's founder says the man making the threats is the former abusive partner of one of their clients
Glass says Pride events are in keeping with the legacy of Stonewall Riots, providing spaces where LGBTQ people feel respected, safe, and secure
Mayor Muriel Bowser has also renamed a section of 16th Street to Black Lives Matter Plaza
Organizers have several "at home" events planned throughout the entire month of June
Organizers reaffirm support for Black Lives Matter and promise to fight against systemic racism and oppression