A group of same-gender-loving men came together to write a cathartic piece that is loosely and firmly based on each of their lives. The Dingalogues is a theatrical stage production that portrays six examples of vulnerability

As we close the door on 2016 we give thanks for many things including the completion of the beautiful and historic National Museum of Africa American History and Culture, and the honor of sharing the story of love from our 41st couple.

For many people—lesbian, gay, bisexual, or straight—the idea of a “perfect relationship” (if there was ever such a thing) usually consists of only one other person in a purely romantic/sexual way.

My friends, summer is upon us. That means the women’s game is about to take center stage. The ladies are anxiously lacing up their high-tops in preparation for the 2015 season of the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBA). We had a chance to chat with WNBA President, Laurel J. Richie, as she makes plans for what promises to be a very competitive and entertaining season.

It’s said “Your gifts and talents will make room for you.” For Blake Martin dance was the gift. Not only did it save his life but it cleared a pathway to change his life.

A New York Times bestseller, Brown Is the New White takes an unvarnished look at the history of whites and people of color in America and reveals how the past has created current conditions that have revolutionary implications for U.S. politics in 2016 and beyond
The Howard University School of Communications celebrates its 45th anniversary this year, and on October 23, 2016, it officially renamed the school as the Cathy Hughes School of Communications.

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Earlier this year, BYP100, an activist member-based organization of Black 18-35 year olds dedicated to creating freedom and justice for all Black people, released the Agenda To Build Black Futures.

This compelling book recounts the history of black gay men from the 1950s to the 1990s, tracing how the major movements of the times—from civil rights to Black power to gay liberation to AIDS activism

As spring approaches, I know many of you are planning to get away. We had a chance to chat with John Tanzella of the IGLTA to offer insight for the LBGTQ traveler.

Fitness trends may come and go, but Yoga has stood the test of time. A workout that heals both your mind and body, Yoga has been around for more than 5,000 years.