Topics :: Youth Pride
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Monday Oct 28, 2013
The annual event honors youth & adults whose efforts have impacted the LGBT community.
Sunday May 19, 2013
Massachusetts Youth Pride is a one day annual festival that celebrates the year-round commitment of diversity of youth within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This year’s festival featured live entertainment and vendors for all ages.
By Steffany Skelley Gilmer | Tuesday Dec 4, 2012
Pridelines Youth Services of Miami recently received a $17,500 grant from The Miami Foundation’s GLBT Community Projects Fund for the David Bohnett CyberCenter and Drop-In Center operations.
Sunday Sep 9, 2012
Throughout September, The Trevor Project’s National Suicide Prevention Month, people nationwide are invited to join "Talk to Me," the campaign for conversation.
Wednesday May 23, 2012
The Ali Forney Center (AFC), the nation’s largest organization working on behalf of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) runaway and homeless youth, will celebrate its tenth anniversary this year.
By Joe Corcoran | Saturday May 5, 2012
D.C.’s 16th annual Youth Pride celebration went ahead as planned Saturday, April 28, with periods of cloudiness and sunshine, but none of the showers that have forced postponements in the past.
Wednesday May 2, 2012
Over Labor Day weekend, Friday August 31 to Monday September 3rd, OUTdoors! Camp will bring together 250 LGBTQ youth, volunteers and community leaders to attend "Gay Camp" in Prescott, Arizona.
By Will O’Bryan | Sunday Apr 29, 2012
Celebrating LGBT youth pride seems to gain traction with every passing year.
Thursday Dec 22, 2011
Point Foundation (Point), the nation’s largest scholarship-granting organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students of merit, announced the opening of its 2012 application season on December 16, 2011.
Thursday May 14, 2009
As Raquel Blake, the fabulous drag queen who emceed the 15th annual Massachusetts Youth Pride festival, took to the stage May 9 to kick off the day’s festivities at the Parkman Bandstand on Boston Common, the clouds that hung ominously in the air for much of the morning let loose a light rain shower. All around the bandstand umbrellas began popping up throughout the crowd, but the estimated 4000 to 5000 attendees mostly stayed put, willing to brave the rain to celebrate Youth Pride. Said Blake, "It’s a little cloudy, but I think we can manage to put a little rainbow up in the sky, can’t we?" Judging from the cheers that rang out from the crowd it was clear that most everyone agreed.
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