Every individual has an identity. Every identity stands at an intersection. Sex, gender, race, class, religion, economic and immigration status—we think of them, and many other markers, as roads that shape the direction of our experiences in the world.
When Corey Yarbrough and his partner Quincey J. Roberts founded the Boston-based Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) in 2009, Yarbrough said their goal was to create an environment where LGBTQ people of color could “connect without feeling excluded.” Before they created the HBGC, Yarbrough and Roberts would go to LGBTQ events around Boston, but they always felt a disconnect from the scene. And they were not alone.
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Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy III, as chair of the Congressional LGBT Caucus's Transgender Equality Task Force, called for a meeting with top Trump administration...
Granite State Governor Chris Sununu and the state's Executive Council appointed Doug Palardy to the state's seven-member Commission for Human Rights on February 9....
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