The Board of Directors of Equality Maryland and its Foundation reluctantly announced today that, as a result of declining revenues, it is taking action to either reduce operations next month, or cease operations. Read more at the Equality Maryland website.
This Pride story begins one evening in 2008 around the dinner table. Our older daughter, Claire, then a high school senior, said she had something important to tell us. And then she came out as a lesbian. To say I was surprised is an understatement. I asked her if she was sure. Her sister, Margaret,(…)
November 13 & 14, 2015 in Baltimore
North Baltimore Plaza Hotel, Timonium, MD
Friday, November 13: Professional Symposium
Workshops, discussions and networking for education, medical, mental health and social service professionals.
Saturday, November 14: Family Day
Workshops for parents and caregivers; full programs for youth: teen workshops, tween programming and a kids’ camp.
Saturday, October 3, 12:00 noon-9;00pm
Bull Run Park Special Events Center
The purpose of this festival is to celebrate the history, progress, and diversity of the Northern Virginia LGBTQ-community and its straight allies, provide unforgettable entertainment, a forum for local LGBTQ groups to network, and showcase pro-equality businesses and organizations in the community-at-large.
Please ask your federal legislators to prevent and respond to discrimination and violence against LGBT people globally by becoming an Original Cosponsor of the International Human Rights Defense Act of 2015.
Wednesday, June 17, 6:30-8:30pm
The Silver Spring Civic Building
8525 Fenton Street
Silver Spring, MD
This forum is hosted jointly by the Montgomery County Human Rights Commission and the Montgomery County Office of Human Rights
Experts, advocates and other members of the local transgender and allied community will offer information, perspectives and experiences on being transgender in Montgomery County.
Tuesday, June 9, 7:15pm
Owen Brown Interfaith Center
7246 Cradlerock Way
Columbia, MD 21045
The New Black is a documentary that tells the story of how the African-American community is grappling with the gay rights issue in light of the recent gay marriage movement and the fight over civil rights.
Tuesday, June 9, 7:30 pm
All Souls Church, Unitarian ~ 15oo Harvard Street, NW Washington, DC
Radical Equality: Faith, Race, & Justice
Featuring Rev. Cedric A. Harmon and Lisbeth Melendez-Rivera
The annual Capital Pride Interfaith Service is an “integrated service” respectfully demonstrating the breadth, depth, and sincerity of our faith, exposing the lie that anti-gay fundamentalists have a monopoly on faith and religion.