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Circle of Voices Inc., one of New York City's leading social organizations for Black LesBiQueer women, will be honoring Black LGBTQ icons and allies this Friday in their fifth annual Digging Up Da Sistah Roots ceremony. R&B singer Monifah, community activist Lee Soulja, hip-hop legend Strafe, performing artist Abenaa Veney and more will be honored, and this event is FREE.
This weekend, Paris, France will be turned out as thousands, including yours truly, will flock to the "City of Lights" to celebrate the first annual Black Pride weekend. Lead by Paris Black Pride organizers Johan Amaranthe and Brian Scott Bagley, the weekend's schedule of events was just release with all the details in both English and French.
What an emotional week for LGBTQ-SGL people of color.
We are mourning the deaths and terrors of more than 100 victims …
From the people who brought you the hit webseries “No Shade,” “Love@First Night” is the newest Black LGBTQ webseries that …
Attention, Azealia Banks fans! The "212" rapper announced a big concert date in July at New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom. Tickets are on sale now.
Tonight kicks off the brand new season of Fuse-TV’s “Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce.” Freedia and company take viewers on …
She is an accomplished singer and dancer who created 1980's and 1990's soulful pop classics that topped the charts and made an impact in the adult contemporary, smooth jazz, traditional pop and holiday music genres since. For African-American Music Appreciation Month, I am celebrating the great ballads of Vanessa Williams' discography featuring my 11 favorite tunes she has recorded.
New York City will be lit on Friday night, June 24, as the city’s top party promoters join forces to …
This weekend, Milwaukee’s largest LGBT event will celebrate its 20th weekend of music, drag shows, dancing, carnival rides, food and …
Harlem Pride will celebrate seven years of community pride at the end of this month and will close out this year's festivities with a bang at their closing party. Set your calendars aside for Sunday, June 26 to attend the celebration to end Harlem Pride week.
If you are in the New York City area this Thursday, check out the Brooklyn Pride Comedy Show that is hosted by funny gal Lois Thompson. Thompson will emcee the event featuring a host of local talents including Chewy May, JC Knows Best, Pat Brown, Sal Caprizzi and more.
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