Pride On Film - LGBTQI

At-Risk-Youth on Film

Check out some of our favorite At-Risk-Youth Films Click on the title to see the film’s trailer if  available. Pariah (2011) SYNOPSIS: A rousing success at its world premiere at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, […]

LGBTQ And African American History Icons

LGBT History Month 2012 By Equality Forum Part 2

Glenn Burke  and Truman Capote Photos Courtesy of Associated Press LGBT History Month celebrates the achievements of 31 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Icons. In 1994, Rodney Wilson, a Missouri high school teacher, believed a month […]

Someone You Should Know

Someone You Should Know: Kenyon Farrow

Photos Courtesy of Kenyon Farrow Kenyon Farrow is a writer, community organizer, activist and motivational speaker; he advocates for numerous social issues such as HIV/AIDS, homophobia and black empowerment. Farrow is the former Executive Director […]

Television, Stage & Other Stories


From by Rich Ferraro, Vice President of Communications GLAAD released its sixth annual Network Responsibility Index (NRI), a report that maps the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT people on primetime broadcast and cable […]

Authors of Note

Authors of Note: Brother Hassan Hartley

Chicago author Brother Hassan Hartley’s  debut  novel “When The Lights Goes Out: The Truth About Black Male Prison Sexuality” is about one’s journey of self-discovery and acceptance.  The book confronts issues of sexual orientation, homophobia […]

Pride On Film - LGBTQI

Pride On Film: SIGNIFIED the web series

Photos Courtesy of  “SIGNIFIED” Pictured  Anna Barstan and Jesse Lavandov, Bklyn Boihood and Emanuel Xavier “SIGNIFIED” is a web-based series multi-platformed documentary project that aims to increase visibility of queer identified individuals and organizations as […]