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The Pride of Juneteenth

"Today is an embodiment of the principle that none of us are free until we all are free," writes NCLR's Imani Rupert-Gordon.

New study finds inadequate response to mpox outbreak

A similarly negative GAO report spurred out U.S. Rep. Ritchie Torres to introduce legislation overhauling the federal response to future outbreaks.

Suspect in killing of Black trans man Righteous Torrence 'TK' Hill identified by police

Hill was the founder and owner of Evollusion, a hair and beauty salon that was a safe space for the Black LGBTQ+ community in the Atlanta area.

Melissa DuBose, a Black lesbian judge, makes Rhode Island history

She will be the first woman of color and first out LGBTQ+ person on the U.S. District Court in Rhode Island, but she had to endure some Republican grilling to get there.

Black transgender woman Amber Minor killed in Missouri on Christmas Eve

Minor was shot to death in Raytown, near Kansas City.

Janelle Monáe Teaches Lessons of Pleasure, Creativity, and Self Love

The nonbinary musician and actor unapologetically centered queer Black femme sexuality in her 2023 album, Age of Pleasure.

HBCU Out Loud Day Emboldens the Intersection of Black and LGBTQ+ Identities on Campus

The Human Rights Campaign’s initiative fosters a culture of acceptance and celebration on historically black college campuses, showcasing the rich tapestry of identities within the Black LGBTQ+ community.

MSNBC’S Ali Velshi on How Banned Books Save Lives

While some states ramp up bans, Velshi says we can counter by getting involved on school boards, associations and city councils

Fewer Black Queer People are Taking PrEP. Meet the Students Fighting to Change That.

These young people have the tools necessary to link their peers with resources to access PrEP medications.

Dems Introduce Resolution to Celebrate Black LGBTQ+ Americans

As the end of Black History Month draws near, Democrats are continuing to give credit where credit is due.