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June 29, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) stipulated that it will delay the implementation of its Denial of Care Rule. A court order put the delay of the rule into effect … more
“The Lancaster LGBTQ+ Coalition advocates for the health, rights, and visibility of LGBTQ+ people across Lancaster County,” Karen Foley tells The Central Voice. She’s … more
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, the LGBT Center of Central PA will host FAB 2019 Sept. 21, at the Hershey Lodge. The event will focus on Celebrating a Legacy of Resistance and … more
Maryland schools are about to get a lot queerer. The Old Line State plans to roll out lessons on the movement for LGBTQ+ equality in its history curricula for K-12 classrooms. According to … more
The Pennsylvania Commission on LGBTQ Affairs held its quarterly meeting in Philadelphia on May 3. Following is a rundown of discussion hled at the meeting. 2020 Census There was … more
Six months ago, we introduced the LGBT Center’s new Vision, Mission, and Values and 2019-2021 Strategic Plan to our communities. This was the culmination of a year’s worth of work … more
Visible, to be seen.  As transgender individuals this one word can be both terrifying and yet so freeing and it is so very important to us all.  On March 31 we celebrated Transgender Day of … more
The ribbon was cut May 31 on the York LGBTQIA+ Resource Center. The York Center is located at 15 N. Cherry Lane, off of Cherry Lane Park in downtown York City. The center is inside the I.D.E.A.S. … more
“My work involves engaging people in the lessons learned from the Holocaust,” Lillian Rappaport, 68, tells Central Voice. She is the daughter of Holocaust survivors. Polish Jews sent … more
TD Bank and TD Securities June 5 released a workplace and financial equality survey of more than 1,200 full and part-time LGBT workers in the U.S. The survey found that only half of … more
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