LGBTQ And African American History Icons

Pride On Film – The Lost Sheperd recently chatted with filmmaker Jon Ross, co-founder/producer of JR2 Films about his kickstarter campaign to produce “The Lost Shepherd,” a documentary about Dr. T.R.M. Howard a largely unknown civil rights leader.  Howard was an […]

LGBTQ And African American History Icons

NFL Prospect Comes out

By Seth Adam, GLAAD’s Senior Manager of Communications at GLAAD University of Missouri’s Michael Sam, a football defensive end, today told ESPN that he is gay, becoming one of the nation’s first openly LGBT NFL […]

Pride On Film

‘The DL Chronicles’ producers Quincy and Deondray Gossfield speak with GLAAD about being married live on the Grammys

By Megan Townsend, GLAAD’s Entertainment and Operations Coordinator  January 28, 2014 Television producers Quincy LeNear and Deondray Gossett were one of the lucky 33 couples married by Queen Latifah during Sunday’s historic Grammys ceremony as hit […]

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One on One With Gabrielle Dennis

There is more to this Cincinnati, Ohio, born and raised actress than meets the eye. Gabrielle Dennis is equally talented as she is beautifully. She is best known as Janay of the CW and BET’s The Game. Dennis attended […]

Press Releases and important breaking news

2014 Bayard Rustin/Audre Lorde Breakfast

Photo Credit. R. Darlene Hudson at 2012 Esteem Awards Contact: Craig Washingtoncraigwerks13060@gmail.comR. Darlene Announcing a New Location : All Saints Episcopal Church Theme: Justice, Freedom, and Desire: A Homecoming 01/06/2014 Atlanta, GA The Bayard […]

Music & Radio Personalities

In Memoriam: Kashan Fields 1977-2014

In Memoriam: Kashan Fields Singer/Songwriter Kashan Ray Fields, 36, has a passed away.  According to sources, the popular performer died on Saturday January 4, 2014. Fields was a regular fixture on the music circuit performing […]