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“I’ve been travelling around the country talking to people about ways to challenge systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation, and the nation’s distorted morality,” … more
Credit cards offer many advantages, including providing a measure of insurance when making purchases and enabling an individual to develop a healthy credit score through prompt payment of balances. … more
Contributions to LGBT organizations dwindled after the marriage equality win at the Supreme Court and two recent announcements from the groups GetEQUAL and PFLAG illustrate the issue facing the … more
March for Our Lives [Photo gallery]
“We’re taking all the steps necessary to bring back the Capitol city’s Human Relations Commission,” Russ Boggs tells Central Voice. Boggs was recently appointed to chair the entity now that … more
With Stephen Hawkins’ death, it is important to acknowledge how he supported LGBT civil rights. Alex Bollinger, LGBT Nation, notes that the renowned physicist is best known in the academy for … more
As part of his commitment to level the playing field for small and diverse businesses, Governor Tom Wolf announced on March 14 the launch of the Commonwealth’s Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP) for … more
The Training Institute at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in Allentown has received a grant to provide training on LGBT issues for educators in Upper Bucks County. The grant is from the … more
Fueled with energy from the Valentine’s Day shooting claiming 17 lives, local organizers are planning two March for Our Lives events on March 24 in Harrisburg's Capitol Region. more
Central Voice's Louie Marven spoke with Joseph Gauger, 30, a participant in a recent discussion group of the Harrisburg chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America. more
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