Philadelphia man was sentenced to 25 to 50 years in state prison for the 2019 killing of Michelle “Tameka” Washington, a transgender woman who family and friends said was a passionate advocate for the LGBTQ+ community.
Eighteen years ago, after receiving a courtesy ride from a Philadelphia police officer, Nizah Morris, a Black trans woman, was found hit over the head. She died shortly after. After years of asking for police transparency and answers, Nizah’s murder is still unsolved.
On July 28, Mural Arts Philadelphia and Morris Home are hosting a free public paint day and celebration. Members of the public are invited to help paint panels of two future murals in a paint-by-number style.
Beginning this month, the Arcila-Adams Trans Resource center of the Wiliam Way LGBT Center will be hosting a bimonthly podcast centering the experiences of Black folks that are under that big ole trans umbrella.
With a platform highlighting quality of life issues, infrastructure, healthcare, and economic recovery, Deja Alvarez is running to become the first openly trans Latina member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
We are witnessing a National wave of legislation that is targeting specifically Transgender people in America. Our own Commonwealth has experienced this in the past
From the PGN LGBTQ community leader Deja Alvarez has announced a run for state representative of the 182nd district. Alvarez is the director of community engagement at
Mazzoni Center announced that due to the ongoing pandemic, its 2021 conference will be delivered in a virtual format. For more than a decade the conference