Although a story about a disease with a positive spin might come as a surprise to some editors, NLGJA panelists said writing uplifting stories about people affected by HIV and AIDS is necessary.
A small, underground community lets LGBTQ Syrians live and interact with one another apart from traditional social expectations.
When Lauren Overton became the principal of William M. Meredith Elementary in Philadelphia, she immediately put LGBTQ issues on the school’s agenda.
Rabbi Ari Lev Fornari, who is queer, trans and genderqueer, has served as the rabbi of the Kol Tzedek reconstructionist congregation in Philadelphia for the past year.
The pride march is one of the most visible, powerful and longstanding traditions of queer rights movements. But it is also a point of contention.
At the 2017 NLGJA Convention in Philadelphia, journalists from across the country discussed these challenges of reporting on President Trump.
According to the Williams Institute, 1.4 million Latinx adults identify as LGBTQ. Harold Daniel, a student reporter with NLGJA’s Connect journalism training program, sat down with Francisco Cortes, an LGBTQ Latino activist, to talk about intersectionality.
Despite the prevalence of LGBTQ identification among homeless youth, service providers are struggling to meet the needs of that population.
Dismayed but determined protestors gathered Tuesday in cities across the United States, nervously waiting for the hammer to fall on a program that had brought stability to their uncertain lives.
What happens when arts venues are physically inaccessible, or make you feel out of place based on your disability, race, gender or sexual identity?