The Queer Arts Consortium is accepting proposals from individuals and organizations representing the full diversity of LGBTQ arts and culture to be showcased at Flourish: A Celebration of LGBTQ Arts + Culture which will occur August 20, 2016, in conjunction with the Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade.
#MySafeSpaceIs — Share a selfie to be in the 2016 Charlotte Pride Guide!
Charlotte Pride demands the repeal of HB2, mourns the losses of Orlando and calls for immigration reform
On June 23, 2016, the Charlotte Pride, Inc., Board of Directors unanimously passed its annual Stonewall Resolution commemorating the Stonewall Riots of 1969.
Charlotte Latin Pride signs onto joint letter calling for end to violence against marginalized communities
On June 20, 2016, our Charlotte Latin Pride program signed onto a joint letter with nearly 130 organizations calling for the end of violence against marginalized communities.
Charlotte Pride hires first executive director and elects new leadership as it continues its strategic and sustainable growth plans, signature annual events and other community programming.
A 2015 short film dramatizing the life of a middle school transgender student and starring a teenage transgender actress in the lead role was chosen by audience members at Charlotte Pride’s annual GayCharlotte Film Festival, April 21-24, 2016.
Transgender Day of Visibility is on March 31, 2016. Charlotte Pride celebrates this special day with our transgender family members, friends and neighbors.
The eighth annual GayCharlotte Film Festival will present four days of award-winning feature-length dramas, comedies, documentaries and short films at Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Rd., April 21-24, 2016. This year’s film festival will focus on the ever-increasing diversity of the LGBTQ community.
On everything from porta-johns and festival layout to feedback on community outreach and diversity, nearly three dozen community members came together Dec. 3-6 to tell Charlotte Pride board members how the organization can improve, give back, and engage with the community.
The GayCharlotte Film Festival will present four days of LGBTQ-themed feature-length dramas and comedies, documentaries and short films at Theatre Charlotte, 501 Queens Rd., April 21-24, 2016.