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Identity 2004-12-01

 
identity 2004-12-01

Chicago Unites for World AIDS Day Dec. 1

World AIDS Day is a day when people from around the world join together to remember those lost to AIDS, educate each other about the disease, and take action to stop the spread of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. ...
identity 2004-12-01

Aldo Castillo Retrospective

The Aldo Castillo Gallery is organizing one of the most important exhibitions of the year 'Luis Fernando Uribe, A Retrospective—Works from 1993-2004' scheduled to open on Friday, Dec. 10, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. The retrospective ...
identity 2004-12-01

Latin Men's Xmas Party

The Association of Latin Men in Action (ALMA) hosts their annual Christmas party for members and friends Friday, Dec. 10, 7-10 p.m. at North End Bar, 3733 N Halsted. Members $5, non-members $10. They will ...
identity 2004-12-01

Asian Theater 'Saves Face'

The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs presents the first annual Saving Face Festival, a showcase of staged readings and performances by seven Asian-American theater companies, Saturday, Dec. 4 from 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. ...
Luis Gonzalez Works

Luis Gonzalez Works

The Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture in partnership with Banco Popular and the Chicago Historical Society present ATMOSFERA de la FLORA: LANDSCAPES of PUERTO RICO, paintings by Luis Gonzalez, now through Jan. 9 ...
identity 2004-12-01

Smith: Thoughts and Ideas

Chicago's Black talk WVON 1450 AM radio reported Nov. 3, 2004 a newspaper in Toledo, Ohio said 70 Black preachers, sponsored by the GOP, traveled across Ohio in October visiting Black churches. The preachers encouraged ...
identity 2004-12-01

Jamaica: Police Violence Fuels AIDS Epidemic

Widespread violence and discrimination against gay men and people living with HIV/AIDS in Jamaica is undermining government measures to combat the country's fast-growing epidemic, Human Rights Watch said in a new report. The 79-page report, ...
identity 2004-12-01

Dating Circle Challenges

Nothing makes the holidays more memorable than the excitement of dating, and sharing the warmth of the season with a special lady. But, sometimes it isn't as simple as just meeting a quality person; other ...
Why We Must Stay Strong More Than Ever

Why We Must Stay Strong More Than Ever

Pictured Barack Obama at his victory party Nov. 2. Photo by Suzanne Kraus 'When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.' — ...
identity 2004-12-01

World News

Honduran Congress votes to ban gay marriage Honduras' National Congress voted unanimously Oct. 28 to amend the constitution to ban same-sex marriage and gay adoption. The amendment must be approved again by a future congress before ...
Amigas Benefit

Amigas Benefit

Amigas Latinas held their annual Aixa Diaz scholarship dinner Nov. 13, and surprise guest was national poetry slam champion Staceyann Chin (photo 6) , in town for the DEF Poetry Jam. Photo 3 is Argentinian artist ...
identity 2004-12-01

EN LA VIDA

¿Y tú, eres real? Es increíble el efecto que produce el tiempo. Aún me veo años atrás, diseñadome una vida "perfecta", no hace mucho, rechazando ser quien soy. Me costó despedirme de aquello que siempre quise ...
Underground Techniques

Underground Techniques

Winter has arrived, the snow will be falling soon and there is plenty of great music to add to your holiday shopping! For those planning on attending the Winter Music Conference in '05, prepare yourself for ...
CORE Center Benefit, Heart of Gold Awardees

CORE Center Benefit, Heart of Gold Awardees

More than 400 supporters of the Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center gathered at the 7th Annual Celebration of the Heart Benefit, Nov. 13 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. Photos by Suzanne Kraus Images: #1 Rev. Willie ...
Police: No Link Between Murders of 3 Gay Men

Police: No Link Between Murders of 3 Gay Men

At this point and time, there is no direct connection between the murders of Chicagoans Charles Gibson, Brad Winters, and Kevin Clewer. That was the statement from Area 3 Commander Michael Chasen at a meeting ...
Humor Makes the Man: Steven G. Fullwood's Take on Sex, Religion and Homophobia

Humor Makes the Man: Steven G. Fullwood's Take on Sex, Religion and Homophobia

Believe it or not, Steven G. Fullwood is just getting started. In June, the 38-year-old writer published his first book, Funny, 31 humorous essays on being Black, male and, in his words, a 'manhandler.' This ...
identity 2004-12-01

SPIRITUALITY: Happy Holidays

Hi There. A lot has happened with me over the past year, all of it life altering. I've decided that I am no longer buying into the concept of positive and negative. I will look at every situation from now ...
Rodney Evans: Talking Brother to Brother

Rodney Evans: Talking Brother to Brother

Brother to Brother opens in Chicago Dec. 10 at Landmark Century Theater. Pictured Daniel Sunjata as Langston Hughes and Aunjanue Ellis as Zora Neale Hurston. Rodney Evans. Aunjanue Ellis as Zora Neale Hurston ...
Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Hundreds of people helped welcome in the 2004 city Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame inductees Oct. 27. Those honored were: Roger Brown (1941-1997) , artist. Christopher Clason (1953-1991) , actor and activist, for work ...





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