by Harvey Stern - Golden Rainbow Center executive cirector - via The BottomLine
Many of our friends and neighbors, having come of age before the LGBT civil rights movement that began with Stonewall in 1969, have lived a large part of their lives in a far more hostile cultural environment than younger generations.
Looking for a little inspiration? The memory of Lorde, the woman who described herself as a "black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet" will be honored through music and poetry. Read her work, share your own, or just listen and be inspired!
Quotes from the film's star and director, and a look back at one of the most important ever made, conveying the deep, undeniable humanity of authentic love, as well as the justifications and costs of locking that love in the dark.
Part two of the speeches from Wednsday's rally at The Center, plus community reactions from those in attendance, including PFLAG and the Empowering Spirits Foundation. The video is provided by That's So Gay.