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When Will Sylianteng is (hopefully) elected to be the Representative of Pensylvania’s 151st Ditrict of the state House this November he will represent several voices that are needed in the House.
R. Eric Thomas is a Philadelphia based playwright and storyteller and will be staging a new production, “Always the Bridesmaid.”
Chris Dietz is one of (at least) three out LGBT candidates that will be seeking election this November to the Pennsylvania’s General Assembly.
After helping one LGBT candidate win election, New Civil Rights Movement writer J. Rudy Flesher wants to be next. Will you help him earn a Victory Fund scholarship?
Babette Josephs, a Democratic incumbent in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives, reportedly has been caught violating campaigning rules.
Democrat Babette Josephs falsely claims Brian Sims will disenfranchise voters, demand mandatory ultrasounds before abortion, and make drastic cuts to education.
In 2013, Pennsylvania could have six out, proud, LGBT, qualified Representatives in our state House. Meet all six.
States that don’t have LGBT officials are more likely to not have LGBT-inclusive laws, or anti-discrimination laws protecting LGBT citizens. But you can help.
I’m From Driftwood’s next two Community Spotlight series will focus on elders and homeless youth, and they’re holding a fundraiser in NYC – read for details!
From Monday, February 6, to Friday February 10, I’m From Driftwood (IFD) ran their first ever Community Spotlight, highlighting nine stories from black LGBTQ people.
The Safe Schools Improvement Act and Student Non-Discrimination Act will improve and even save lives – but only if we raise our voices. Call Congress – here’s how.
The Gender Employment Non-Discrimination Act (GENDA) quietly passed in the Assembly on June 14 and arrived the same day in the Senate, where it sits.
I’m From Driftwood’s Nathan Manske is taking part in the AIDS/LifeCycle, a 7 day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Here are 2 stories.
Is the media over-blowing the degree of anti-gay attitudes and homophobia in professional sports? Columnist J. Rudy Flesher explains.
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