Black Pride contributes to that struggle for equality, demonstrating an African diasporic aspect of joy and celebration that symbolizes not only our uniqueness, but it also affirms our commonality as an expression of LGBTQ life in America.
by The Rev. Irene Monroe - SDGLN Guest Contributor
In a sports world that has become overwhelming shaped by African-American male players and masculinity, Jason Collins's coming out celebration has everything to do with timing, gender, race and many more straight brothers embracing their gay brethren.
Cancer doesn’t discriminate – gay, straight, Christian, Muslim, black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Russian, someone everywhere in the world has suffered and died from cancer. If cancer doesn’t discriminate, why should we?