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March 11, 2019 marks the 32nd anniversary of the unofficial founding of ACT UP, one of the most important queer advocacy groups in history. Without it, the worst days of the HIV epidemic … more
Every year around now, I have written to tell you about the forthcoming Keystone Conference, and this year is no exception because it is an important event for the Susquehanna Valley … more
From social outlets and support groups to a new resource center and campaigns for local queer representatives, there are a variety of services available to help queer individuals and allies flourish … more
The contrast couldn’t be more stark. For two years in a row, the Trump White House declined to issue a Pride Month proclamation, nor has it held a Pride reception, as the Obama White … more
Several hundred people moved through York's Penn Park for the 5th Annual Equality Fest Sun., Aug. 5. more
“We were minutes away from canceling this year’s festival due to flooding concerns,” Brad Martin, president of Central PA Pride Festival told The Central Voice. Flooding along … more
As reported by Central Voice the 26th Pride Festival of Central PA has not been cancelled and will be held Sat., July 28. The only difference is the annual event has been moved from Riverfront … more
Lancaster Pride drew thousands out to Conestoga Street in downtown Lancaster June 23. "We’re not going anywhere but our fight for basic civil rights isn’t over,” one participant … more
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