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Youngkin Latest GOP Gov. Skeptical of AP African American Studies

The right worries that white kids could be taught the truth about the Black experience in the United States over time.

Transgender Woman Sues Colorado Sheriff's Office for Rights Violations

Juniper McGinn filed a lawsuit alleging that the El Paso County, Colo., Sheriff's Office mistreated and humiliated her during a body cavity search.

On Juneteenth, Think About Black Americans

It's to be a celebration of emancipation,  but the problems and pain if you're Black -- and queer -- still exist in Tulsa and elsewhere. 

Mass. School Can’t Call Itself Catholic for Flying Pride and BLM Flags

"The flying of these flags in front of a Catholic school sends a mixed, confusing, and scandalous message to the public," Bishop Robert McManus said in a decree.

BLACK AS U R: A Powerful Look at Being Black & Queer in the BLM Era

Director Micheal Rice explores the intersectional lives of Black and Brown LGBTQ+ people who are struggling to find equality in their own communities in a time of great, radical upheaval.


'Hallowed Ground' Looks at Civil Rights Movement Through LGBTQ+ Lens

The documentary, a companion piece to Eyes on the Prize, incorporates many queer voices in examining the racial justice movement's past, present, and future.

Alicia Garza: You Don't Get Far Being Mealy-Mouthed

The longtime organizer discusses her book "How We Come Together When We Fall Apart."

Oregon School Board Passes Motion to Ban Pride Flags, BLM Signs

School board members banned all symbols deemed "political."

Paris Is Still Burning in These Photos

The Center, in partnership with the High Line, is presenting “Visions of Pride: Paris is Still Burning,” an in-person photo exhibition on ballroom culture.

Drag March For Change Fills Chicago Streets With Calls for Justice

Hundreds marched in Chicago to demand equity and support Black Lives Matter, as well as trans rights.

Black Lives Matter Cofounder Patrisse Cullors Steps Down

Cullors has said that she's been planning the move to focus on other projects for a year. 

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of DeRay Mckesson in Cop Lawsuit

A policeman wants to hold Mckesson liable for the officer's injury at a protest.

BBC Staffers Banned From Pride, Black Lives Matter Events

Attending an LGBTQ+ celebration would be "virtue signaling," say new guidelines.

Jacob Blake's Transgender Cousin Responds to Anti-LGBTQ+ Threats

Elliot Chafetz's nonviolent message after his relative's shooting by police was met with threats and bigotry.

Texas Teacher Put on Leave for Promoting BLM, LGBTQ+ Equality

A high school English teacher was put on blast by a Republican politician for displaying affirming messages in her virtual classroom. 

How Activist Kamora Herrington is Helping Amplify Queer Black Voices

With Kamora's Cultural Corner, the activist and advocate is creating spaces that center queer Black artists and is doing necessary local work on a national level. 

Activism for Black Queers Can't End When the Protests Do

All Black lives matter. They always have. 

Listen to the Three Trans Survivors of a Hollywood Hate Crime

Joslyn Flawless, Eden the Doll, and Jaslene Whiterose recount their horrific attack and address a national epidemic of violence.