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    Spirit of the Summer of Love Is in Full Bloom at Asian Art Museum

    Spirit of the Summer of Love Is in Full Bloom at Asian Art Museum

    The Asian Art Museum is currently presenting the exhibit Flower Power, which showcases pan-Asian artworks that reveal the powerful language of flowers across times and cultures. The exhibition brings to…

    Coming-of-Age Films at Frameline41

    Coming-of-Age Films at Frameline41

    By Gary M. Kramer This year’s Frameline Film Festival opens June 15, with a screening of The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin, a documentary on the local author, and concludes…

    Forty Years Later, NCLR’s Work Still Honors Its Family Law Beginnings

    Forty Years Later, NCLR’s Work Still Honors Its Family Law Beginnings

    By Catherine Sakimura The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) was founded in 1977 to help mothers who were losing their children when they came out as lesbian or bisexual.…

    LGBT Adoptions and the Current Political Climate

    LGBT Adoptions and the Current Political Climate

    By Elizabeth Cotterell With many changes taking place at the national level, there has been much concern from LGBT families regarding the status of their completed adoptions and/or adoptions in…

    Cleve Jones, Recipient of Openhouse Award, Believes Housing Is LGBTQ Community’s Most Pressing Need Now

    Cleve Jones, Recipient of Openhouse Award, Believes Housing Is LGBTQ Community’s Most Pressing Need Now

    At the Openhouse annual Spring Fling brunch fundraiser on April 30, Cleve Jones will receive The Adelman Gurevitch Founders Award in recognition of his long-standing advocacy for LGBT rights, respect,…

    SF LGBT Center’s Groundbreaking Employment Programs Help Job Seekers and Promote Inclusive Workplaces

    SF LGBT Center’s Groundbreaking Employment Programs Help Job Seekers and Promote Inclusive Workplaces

    By Clair Farley A few years ago, Marrisa was living a life she described as “isolating” in Montana, where she had been coping with substance abuse. Determined to find a better…

    An Historic Appointment

    An Historic Appointment

    Jeff Sheehy became the first person openly living with HIV to be on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors when Mayor Ed Lee appointed him to the post on January…

    When We Rise Brings Raw Emotions and Memories Back to the Surface

    When We Rise Brings Raw Emotions and Memories Back to the Surface

    By Debra Walker I love Gus Van Sant’s work. He seamlessly captures the raw emotion of a time I, and many of you, lived through in the new ABC miniseries…

    New Conservatory Theatre Center to Present World Premiere of Jewelle Gomez’s New Play, Leaving the Blues

    New Conservatory Theatre Center to Present World Premiere of Jewelle Gomez’s New Play, Leaving the Blues

    Black History Month is a prelude to an event we have been eagerly awaiting for months: the world premiere of Jewelle Gomez’s Leaving the Blues. The play, presented and commissioned…

    Women’s March Bay Area – January 21, 2017

    Women’s March Bay Area – January 21, 2017

    Remarks Presented by U.S. Senator Kamala Harris What a beautiful sight I see. What do my eyes behold? This is an extraordinary day and we all should be extremely proud.…

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