Families of Rosewood Massacre Survivors Speak Out
January 12 2023 10:03 AM
The Advocate's coverage explores issues of race, ethnicity, and national origin, as they relate to and intersect with LGBT identities and the ongoing struggle for equality.
Jasmyne Cannick is not afraid; she's determined.
The film highlights the Black nonbinary civil rights activist and lawyer who was one of the 20th century's most influential thinkers.
The line of bigotry, hatred, and carnage bends like a swastika and is covered with a white hood.
A personal reflection on the intersecting dynamics of race and gender in recognition of Transgender Day of Visibility.
As a non-Ivy League Southerner who ruled in favor of LGBTQ+ rights, Childs would bring a sense of realism to SCOTUS.
This queer pioneer was influential in the fights against racism and sexism, and their story is one everyone should know.
The new pop king is always two steps ahead.
Capitol Hill Pride in Seattle complained about Taking B(l)ack Pride charging admission to whites only but is now seeking "common ground."
Two important New York voices on whether cops belong in our celebration.
Have we made progress on equality and justice since Floyd was executed by an officer?
The Black lesbian mayor said she would grant one-on-one anniversary interviews only to Black and brown reporters. Some see it as a diversion.
Isaiah Brown didn't need to be shot 10 times by the people paid to protect him.
Brown's sister, Yolanda, shows us that victims of police violence aren't statistics, they are fathers, brothers, friends, neighbors, lovers.