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Approximately 100 people participated Sept. 15 in Harmony Walk, a celebration of cooperation among religions in the Harrisburg area. The walk brings together people of many faiths in harmony and … more
Have you ever wondered why there are times when nothing goes right? The principles of metaphysics teach us that nothing happens tous that doesn’t happen through us. While this concept … more
For many within the LGBTQ+ community, religion has been used against us. We often run from it or denounce it, finding our own way through life without the institution’s creed. Yet others within … more
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
Don’t stop reading just because summer is over. Here’s a list that covers the gamut from true crime, memoir, fun-loving romance, coming-of-age stories in far-away places, and even a good … 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
Wildwood Park, a 210 acre gem is known for its 90-acre shallow lake and over 6 miles of trails. The park is within the city of Harrisburg and is administered and maintained by the Dauphin … 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
Nineteen galleries and exhibition sites will welcome visitors, free of charge, Sun., Sept. 8 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the 31st Annual Harrisburg Gallery Walk. Start your tour at The Art … more
A groundbreaking history exhibit has been traveling across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, educating communities near and far about the efforts that activists have undertaken in Pennsylvania to … more
More than a dozen advocates appeared at the Aug. 12 school board meeting at Eastern Lancaster County School District to challenge a policy that would separate students by biological sex in bathrooms … more
York Equality Fest, Aug. 3 and 4, drew about 2,000 attendees to Penn Park. The event's lead organizer Carla Christopher said the festival represents “The York County I want to live … more
With an estimated attendance of 7,000, Central PA Pride Festival held its second event in Soldiers and Sailors Mall on the grounds of the PA State Capitol July 27. more
WFMZ-TV reports that Reading Mayor Wally Scott reversed his decision, deciding to allow the Reading Pride Flag to fly at city hall. Last week, Mayor Scott decided to cancel the planned hoisting of … more
With a triple-digit heat wave factor, Lancaster Pride ushered in a successful event July 20 at Clipper Magazine Stadium.  In recent months, Lancaster experienced the formation of the LGBTQ+ … more
The Reading Eagle reports that Pride Flag raising in the city was cancelled at the last minute, reported by Mayor Wally Scott. In response to the incident and posted on the Reading Pride’s … more
Have you taken a vacation yet this summer? With the warmer summer weather here in the northern hemisphere, many people travel to see family, friends, or select a destination to visit. Have you ever … more
With 60 people gathered in front of Lancaster City Hall July 15, Karen Foley proclaimed “Welcome to the third annual pride week flag raising!” Foley is one of the founders of Lancaster … more
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