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Collective Action for Safe Spaces and Harriet's Wildest Dreams accuse bar of seeking to evade accountability and protect its bottom line.
Annual event, first started in 1999, remembers those trans people who lost their lives to anti-trans violence or bigotry
Community center's founder says the man making the threats is the former abusive partner of one of their clients
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Casa Ruby's founder isn't backing down from the challenges posed by the coronavirus. Instead, Ruby Corado is facing it head-on
These D.C.-area groups provide essential programs and services to the transgender community
Letter comes in response to LGBTQ community concerns about holding hate-crime perpetrators accountable
When a local restaurant asked trans activist Charlotte Clymer to leave for using the women's restroom, they picked a fight with the wrong person
Cuba Libre could face legal action after asking Charlotte Clymer to produce ID before she tried to use the women's restroom
Andrew Cook has been ordered to stay away from the community center where he allegedly assaulted an employee
DHS: “The number of beds we have is not meeting the complete need of LGBTQ homeless youth.”
“If I can make it, anyone can,” says Ruby Corado as she walks around an empty three-story house in Columbia Heights. The building is in...
Casa Ruby, the bilingual, multicultural LGBT service organization and community center, will celebrate its second-year anniversary on June 3. Casa Ruby was officially opened in...
A transgender woman was arrested Friday night in the city's 16th Street Heights neighborhood after police pulled her over for an apparently over-crowded SUV and...
Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence (GLOV), a program of The DC Center dedicated to preventing and responding to violence against the District's LGBT community, will...