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The Black Lesbian Conference 2016 Coming to Barnard

Beyond Bold and Brave’s 2016 Black Lesbian Conference: “The Evolution of Our Community” will be a gathering of intergenerational LBTQI Black/African Descent women to responsibly discuss important i ...

A Feminist Takeover Remembered

Most days when the weather permits my morning constitutional is a two mile walking loop around the Charles River. From my house I walk south toward Memorial Drive via Western Avenue. ...

White Nights Black Paradise, A Religious Utopia Turned Nightmare

The last time an African American lesbian was the protagonist in a novel was in Ann Allen Shockley’s 1982 “Say Jesus and Come to Me.” What shocked and awed readers about this main character is that ...

Macon Reed's Eulogy for The Dyke Bar

Artist Macon Reed opens "Eulogy For The Dyke Bar" at Pulse Contemporary Art fair New York this Thursday March 3rd. This will no doubt be the queer event of the Armory arts week. ...

Beyoncé Does Justice to New Orleans’s Rich Queer Culture

"Formation" celebrates identities that once sparked shame but now inspire pride. ...

Velvetpark's Top 25 Queer Women of 2015

It is with great pleasure thatVelvetpark announces our ...

Listen to Holland Taylor's Coming Out Interview

We knew her as Peggy Peabody, the philanthropic arts impresario who Bette Porter befriended in the first season of The L Word. ...

Romaine Brooks A Life by Cassandra Langer

In her latest book, "Romaine Brooks; a Life" art historian Cassandra Langer sheds light on the ...

Kate McGarry and Group at National Sawdust

Grammy nominated Jazz vocalist, Kate McGarry and group, The Tough Get Growing, unveil a multi-media musical experience tomorrow night at ...

Jason Holliday and Shirley Clarke Revisited

Perhaps if you are not a student of film you may not have ever heard of Shirley Clarke or her controversial and forgotten 1967 documentary, "Portrait of Jason." This pioneering film classic has jus ...
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