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* Chef DeMarco’s residency is timed to coincide with Philly Gay Pride Month and will raise funds for a brand new restaurant concept Chef Jose
Trans Day of Visibility: A Film By Daisy James and William Way LGBT Community Center, 2022
Darius McLean, the Director of WWCC’s Arcila-Adams Trans Resource Center, and filmmaker Daisy James invite you to a special virtual screening on March 31 (Trans Day of Visibility) at 6 PM of their film celebrating trans-identified folks in the Philadelphia area.
When national tragedy strikes, gay and bisexual men are denied the right to help our community due to outdated restrictions on blood donations that prevent us from participating in this vital community service.
After a nearly year-long assessment, transition study, and national search process, After a nearly year-long assessment, transition study, and national search process, Sultan Shakir (he/him)
“William Way has made itself more known as a connector of people and the leadership calls were essential in doing so.” The William Way Center has continued to provide access to programs and events even in times of uncertainty.
Assistant Secretary for Health, and former Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Dr. Rachel Levine is making history again. Levine is being sworn in
Chef Jose Garces celebrates the return of in-person indoor theatre and arts with the relaunch of Volver for the first time since the pandemic shut-down
PRESS RELEASE from qflixphilly.com It is with a great sense of duty, respect, and pride that qFLIX Philadelphia: The LGBTQ+ Film Festival announces the presentation
The Marsha P. Johnson Institue’s COVID-19 Recovery Fund provides one-time direct relief in the amount of $500 to BLACK transgender or non-binary identified people. As
The tobacco industry has a long history of targeting Black and LGBTQ+ communities with advertising initiatives like Project SCUM, specifically promoting menthol cigarettes within these communities, giving financial contributions to Black groups and political leaders, and sponsoring LGBTQ+ events like Pride celebrations throughout the country.