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Kenyatta was one of several "rising stars" who gave part of the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention
Jonathan Capehart, the host of MSNBC's The Sunday Show, gets candid about his life and views as a journalist.
Don Champion alleges that two executives at a CBS New York affiliate targeted him for being "too gay"
McCormick's film explores specific nuances of dating and relationships in the Black gay community
Kierra Johnson, incoming executive director of the National LGBTQ Task Force, brings a wealth of social justice experience to the role.
Hour-long gala, held virtually, will feature speeches, entertainment, and recognition of special honorees
Jean-Pierre has been called a "superstar" by former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett
"I am excited about the passion, talents, and treasures that both will bring to the legacy of NBJC," said executive director David Johns.
Rayner-Goolsby makes history in the Sunshine State as the 'first openly Black queer women ever elected in Florida at any level'
Mondaire Jones becomes first openly gay Black member of Congress
Shevrin Jones was targeted by anti-gay robotexts ahead of his August primary win
State Rep. Amy Grant said Democratic candidate Ken Mejia-Beal had an "LGBTQ" voice
In November, Ritchie Torres will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. He knows firsthand the stakes for democracy couldn’t be higher.
Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen alleged that the president didn't want a gay Black contestant to win The Apprentice
Good Cakes and Bakes in Detroit was asked to write a homophobic message on a customer's order