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    2021: The ‘Trash Can Fire’ Year in Review

    2021: The ‘Trash Can Fire’ Year in Review

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Welcome to 2022; last year, I deemed 2020 the “Dumpster Fire,” and while 2021 included some fiery incidents, it wasn’t as bad as 2020. On the “refuse…

    How the Word ‘Latinx’ Originated

    How the Word ‘Latinx’ Originated

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– A unique aspect of the Spanish language is that all words have a binary gender and are either masculine or feminine. Unlike the English language, where…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Our holiday season ended with a unique adventure…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “Our holiday season ended with a unique adventure…”

    By Donna Sachet– Our holiday season ended with a unique adventure…our first personal road trip with our little puppy Peanut. As some of you know, we are not often found…

    MPact Initiates Leadership Development Training for Latinx Gay, Bisexual, and Trans Men

    MPact Initiates Leadership Development Training for Latinx Gay, Bisexual, and Trans Men

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– MPact has launched the national Es TIeMPo (Training, Mentorship, Internship, and Peer-Exchange) Leadership Project and released a recommitment to the National Call to Action: addressing the…

    Sharpening the Pencils

    Sharpening the Pencils

    By Jewelle Gomez– We are moving into that fateful period that leads some folks to make January 1st promises to themselves they rarely keep. I prefer to think of this…

    Gift or Regift

    Gift or Regift

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– How are you feeling this mid-December? Are the holidays a gift or a curse? Have you been naughty or nice? Are you feeling Ho Ho Ho…

    What’s Wrong with VP Harris?

    What’s Wrong with VP Harris?

    By Derek Barnes– I usually don’t write about politics or politicians in my column. However, I’ve been listening to and reading about the growing discontent some Democrats are having about…

    Tracking the (Potential) Four SF Elections in 2022

    Tracking the (Potential) Four SF Elections in 2022

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Over the last two months, I profiled the upcoming 2022 elections brought about by the recent “musical chairs” of mayoral appointments (corruption in a big city? I’m…

    First Cohort Graduates From La Academia de SFAGUILAS

    First Cohort Graduates From La Academia de SFAGUILAS

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– La Academia de SFAGUILAS The graduation ceremony of the first cohort of La Academia de SFAGUILAS included seven participants who completed the first level of four…

    AGUILAS Launches a Leadership Training Program

    AGUILAS Launches a Leadership Training Program

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– AGUILAS launched its pilot of a workshop series of leadership capacity trainings for Latinx LGBTIs in San Francisco entitled La Academia AGUILAS on Monday, November 8,…

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