Charlotte Pride, the local nonprofit organization which produces the annual Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade, has announced its 2019 recipients of its Champions of Pride Awards, as well as the grand marshals for this year's Bank of America Charlotte Pride Parade.
Charlotte June 15th rally commemorates 50th anniversary of Stonewall; Charlotte Pride releases annual Stonewall Resolution.
LGBTQ community members in Charlotte will join worldwide celebrations and commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots & Uprising with a community rally on Saturday, June 15, in Uptown Charlotte and an evening celebration that same day.
Here's your must-see checklist to ensure you, your organization, or your business have the most fabulous Pride season this year.
Reel Out Charlotte has released the winner of its 2019 Best Short-Viewers' Choice Award.
Local transgender veterans to speak after documentary premiere on Saturday, as Trump transgender military ban goes into effect
Several transgender veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces will speak during a panel discussion on Saturday, May 4, 2019, following the Charlotte premiere screening of the documentary, "TransMilitary."
Charlotte Pride, the local non-profit organization which produces the annual Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade each August, has released its official 2019 limited-edition T-shirt with partner Glory Days Apparel.
Nava Mau is a trans Latina filmmaker from Mexico City and San Antonio, Texas.
Reel Out Charlotte to screen widely praised LGBTQ film premieres during annual film festival, April 28-May 5
Reel Out Charlotte, the Queen City’s Annual LGBTQ Film Festival, returns to Camp North End, 1824 Statesville Ave., for a newly expanded week of film screenings and special events April 28-May 5, 2019. A program of Charlotte Pride, the 11th annual film festival is presented by American Airlines and Rosedale Medical. The event will feature several local and regional premieres,
Charlotte Pride, the leader in LGBTQ visibility in Charlotte and the Carolinas, has launched a new intergenerational project to document local LGBTQ and Pride history, in partnership with the University of North Carolina-Charlotte.