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With an eye toward a new year, this first Rainbow Rundown in December marks a milestone, as we head into the fourth month and twelfth week of continuous publishing.
This June marked the 50th anniversary of the first Pride parade, which arose in protest against police brutality and for the rights of LGBTQ people. December 1 is World AIDS Day. Health equity has always been an indispensable part of that struggle.
Welcome to a special edition of the Rainbow Rundown, your weekly recap of LGBTQ news, events, and more. Usually published every Friday, we're pushing this edition out mid-week; we skipped last Friday's edition in lieu of content for Trans Day of Remembrance, and this Friday is part of a holiday weekend. We've also jam-packed this week's edition with a slew of
Join Charlotte Pride, Time Out Youth and Eat. Gay. Love, presented by Queen City Nerve and Single Barrel Room, for a very special Thanksgiving Day this year!
Gloria Allen is showing the world on Transgender Day of Remembrance that there is hope
Today, RAIN announced the retirement of its founder, president and CEO, Debbie Warren, after 28 years of service to the groundbreaking HIV service organization. Daniel Valdez, president of the Charlotte Pride Board of Directors, responded to the news: Debbie Warren is one of Charlotte's most visionary and dedicated community leaders. But more than this, Debbie has been a longtime friend, mentor, and
If it's Friday, it's time for the Rainbow Rundown, your end-of-week recap of all the important and notable LGBTQ news and goings-on.