A recent fire at a Crescent City nightclub symbolizes the shrinking presence of the city's queer African-American residents.
Provincetown, Mass., has long been 'our' place. Those days may be numbered, if the latest Carnival is any indication.
This lesbian minister remembers the famous uprising and says it had as much to do with race as with sexual orientation.
Media attention has focused on the mistreatment of African-American men by police, but black women — and all minorities — are suffering too.
African-Americans are resisting the urge to equate the
struggle for gay equality with the struggle for racial
equality. It’s not too late for everyone to
find a common ground.