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Montgomery County Councilmember Evan Glass has announced a slate of virtual and in-person events to celebrate Pride Month in D.C.'s suburbs.
Bill adds protections for gender expression and HIV status, and prohibits discrimination against LGBTQ seniors
Glass says Pride events are in keeping with the legacy of Stonewall Riots, providing spaces where LGBTQ people feel respected, safe, and secure
Montgomery County Councilmember Evan Glass (D) will donate the flag that flew outside the county’s Executive Office Building to mark Montgomery County’s first-ever celebration of...
On Saturday, June 29, the MoCo Pride Center, Montgomery County’s LGBTQ resource and community center, is hosting its inaugural “MoCo Pride Party,” giving residents of...
For the first time, Maryland’s historic Glen Echo Park will hold its first-ever LGBTQ Family Day on Sunday, June 23. The family-friendly Pride-themed event, hosted...
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More than a hundred District activists, members of the LGBT community and others rallied at the Metropolitan Community Church of Washington, D.C., Wednesday night, Nov....
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A Silver Spring man seeking to become the first openly gay person elected to the Montgomery County Council announced his candidacy for the Council's 5th...