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All posts tagged "black"

  • Last minute break

    The answer was in his wallet all along. And when Howard Daniel stumbled upon on the business card of Steven S. Smith in November 2006,...

  • Woman in the Life

    Sheila Alexander-Reid is a little shaken when she arrives to be interviewed. She explains that earlier in the day, she found signs on her car,...

  • Local News Briefs

    Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Eight out of every 10 people living with AIDS in Washington are African-American. That includes Robert Cobb, a 54-year-old gay client...

  • Wayne's World: 2007 MAL Weekend

    Wayne M. Nesbitt has a surprisingly common name -- at least in the leather community. Yes, that means that people in the community are familiar...

  • A Man for All Seasons

    This time last year -- as in other years past -- there was a holiday-season ''smackdown.'' Once again, voices on the right warned of the...

  • Finding the Bridge

    It was an emotional appointment for Darlene Nipper and much of the district's GLBT community. Her predecessor, Wanda Alston -- the first to head Mayor...

  • Home Team

    The fourth in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral race. Michael A. Brown likes to get around the city....

  • Moving Forward

    The third in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral race. As the D.C. summer begins its annual shift into...

  • Dedicated to D.C.

    During a town-hall forum focused on the state of the black GLBT community in Washington held earlier this month, a member of the audience asked...

  • Fired Up

    Clarence* J. Fluker wants everyone to be just as excited as he is. A tall order, perhaps, given his naturally enthusiastic and gregarious personality. But...

  • Pulse of the People

    Ranging from alarm to hope, a panel of D.C.'s black gay leaders strove to outline what they saw as the state of their community as...

  • Paul Kawata

    When Paul Kawata agreed to serve as executive director of the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) in 1989, the organization had a staff of four...

  • Marching On

    Washington, D.C., is no stranger to mass gatherings of people seeking rights, justice, or just a chance to be heard. Saturday, Oct. 15, was one...

  • Reaching the Summit

    In December 2003, a handful of leaders from the GLBT African-American community banded together to challenge support from African American religious and civil rights leaders...

  • Gathering Steam

    The local, monthly community meetings to discuss GLBT participation in the Millions More Movement (MMM) are quickly gaining steam. The seventh monthly meeting, initiated in...

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