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One FAB Night, the LGBT Community Center of Central Pennsylvania's annual event to honor those who have made a significant impact in the life of the community will be held Sat., Sept. 30. For … more
As an alternative to Gross Domestic Product (GDP), social scientists have begun measuring the wellbeing of a country’s population. The indicator known as Gross National Happiness (GNH) was first … more
DOJ Pride — the Justice Department's group for LGBT employees and allies — planned to give its community service award to Gavin Grimm, the transgender high school student who challenged his school's … more
Historian James Young recently spoke about his new book Union Power: The United Electrical Workers in Erie, Pennsylvania. He was joined by Todd Mealy who talked on This Is the Rat Speaking, his book … more
“They should have the same treatment under the law as believers,” Andy Nellin, attorney, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, tells Central Voice. He and Alex Luchenitser are … more
At its board of directors meeting on June 4, 2017, the Board of Directors of Equality Pennsylvania accepted the resignation of Executive Director Ted Martin. Martin’s last day with the organization … more
The Army National Guard is currently undergoing training sessions in preparation of a new recruitment policy that opens the doors to transgender recruits, reports Federal Soup. Beginning July 1, … more
William M. Hoffman, a playwright who forced theatergoers to confront the stigma and agony of AIDS with his play “As Is,” died April 29 at the age of 78. He is survived by his husband William … more
Ashton P. Woods is a social and political activist in the Black Lives Matter movement and the co-chair of the Black Humanist Alliance. Q: You’ve been an activist for a long time. What was your … more
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