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SPECIAL ISSUE: AIDS at 40 - In this special quarterly issue, produced by Windy City Timesas an insert to the Chicago Reader, Windy City Times speaks ...
Robin Kelly chosen as new state Democratic Party chair - On March 3, Illinois Democratic leaders selected U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly as their new state party chairman, The Chicago Tribune ...
Most states are considering anti-transgender bills - Legislators in more than half the states are debating bills to limit access to sports or medical care for transgender ...
Reggie Greer to be White House Senior Advisor on LGBTQ Issues, Victory Institute applauds - --From a press release - Washington, DC — LGBTQ Victory Institute praised the appointment of Reggie Greer to be President Joe Biden's Director of Priority ...
COVID More than 100K United Center vaccine appointments to start March 4 - More than 100,000 appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations at the United Center's new mass vaccination site will open March 4, NBC ...
Organizations campaign for stamps honoring LGBTQ icons - The International Imperial Court System (IICS) of the United States, Canada, and Mexico and the National LGBTQ Task Force have ...

News
WORLD Court rulings, trans kids' books, activist dies, Naomi Campbell - A Chinese court upheld a ruling that a textbook description of homosexuality as "a psychological disorder" was not a factual ...
NATIONAL Lesbian bar closes, COVID survey, trans lawsuit, Andy Towle - The Toasted Walnut—a lesbian bar in Philadelphia's Gayborhood that was refuge to queer women for the past five years—will close ...
Author: Windy City Times staff
Lesbian Amanda Nunes defends UFC title - Amanda Nunes—a Brazilian lesbian who many consider to be the great women's mixed-martial artist of all time—successfully defended one of ...
Illinois attorney general reacts to ERA ruling - Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul issued a statement in response to a U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ...
Racial justice coalition urges prosecutor to drop Jussie Smollett charges - --From a press release - CHICAGO — Today, a coalition of racial justice and faith based organizations led by the National Black Justice Coalition and ...
Applications for asylum based on LGBT status top 11,000 between 2012, 2017 - --From a press release - A new study from the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law estimates that 11,400 applications for asylum on the ...
SPECIAL ISSUE: AIDS at 40 - In this special quarterly issue, produced by Windy City Timesas an insert to the Chicago Reader, Windy City Times speaks ...
Robin Kelly chosen as new state Democratic Party chair - On March 3, Illinois Democratic leaders selected U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly as their new state party chairman, The Chicago Tribune ...
Most states are considering anti-transgender bills - Legislators in more than half the states are debating bills to limit access to sports or medical care for transgender ...
Reggie Greer to be White House Senior Advisor on LGBTQ Issues, Victory Institute applauds - --From a press release - Washington, DC — LGBTQ Victory Institute praised the appointment of Reggie Greer to be President Joe Biden's Director of Priority ...
Niecy Nash to host GLAAD Media Awards April 8; WCT to receive special award - GLAAD announced that out actress/producer Niecy Nash will host the virtual ceremony for the 32nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, during ...
PPIA to feature Lauren Underwood on March 5 - Planned Parenthood Illinois Action (PPIA) has announced a special Activist University Extra Credit session featuring Congresswoman Lauren Underwood on Friday, ...
COVID More than 100K United Center vaccine appointments to start March 4 - More than 100,000 appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations at the United Center's new mass vaccination site will open March 4, NBC ...
COVID Lightfoot: Bars, restaurants can be at 50%, stay open until 1 a.m. - On March 2, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that the city will allow bars and restaurants to boost indoor capacity ...
Organizations campaign for stamps honoring LGBTQ icons - The International Imperial Court System (IICS) of the United States, Canada, and Mexico and the National LGBTQ Task Force have ...
LGBTQ heroes postage stamp campaign launched - --From a press release - San Diego, CA: The United States oldest LGBTQ organization; the International Imperial Court System (IICS) of the United States, Canada, ...
APA adopts resolution opposing efforts to change people's gender identity - --From a press release - WASHINGTON — The American Psychological Association has adopted a resolution opposing efforts to change people's gender identity, citing scientific research ...
Chicago Red Stars updates 2021 National Women's Soccer League preseason roster - --From a press release - Chicago (March 2, 2021) - The Chicago Red Stars have announced the following updates to their 2021 National Women's Soccer ...
United Center vaccination appointments open Thursday for Illinois seniors - --From a press release - CHICAGO — Beginning Thursday, March 4 at 8:30 a.m., Illinois seniors can schedule their first COVID-19 vaccine appointment at the ...
Howard Brown Health expands access to medical care of sexual-assault survivors - Howard Brown Health is now providing access to medical forensic exams and evidence collection for survivors of sexual assault on ...

Entertainment
Sisters in Cinema brings back Learn & Earn Program: Sisters in Cinema Newsroom - --From a press release - CHICAGO, IL- Sisters in Cinema, a Chicago-based 501 (c)3 recently in the news for breaking ground on their new Media ...
Music Box to run Pedro Almodovar films starting March 12 - On Friday, March 12, Music Box Theatre, 3733 N. Southport Ave., and Sony Pictures Classics will present Pedro Almodovar's critically ...
TELEVISION 'Pose' to end after season three - The FX show Poseā€”the groundbreaking series focused on New York City's African-American and Latino LGBTQ+ drag ball culture scene in ...
Author Rick Karlin speaks about Chicago memoir and local LGBTQ press - Author Rick Karlin was recently interviewed about his 2019 memoir, Paper Cuts, in a online discussion sponsored by Gerber-Hart Library ...
Author: Matt Simonette
SHOWBIZ 'The World to Come' film, Dan Reynolds, Broadway, Green Lantern - The lesbian-themed film The World to Come is available to buy or rent, a press release noted. In this 19th-century ...
Author: Windy City Times staff

Outlines
STILL HERE: Long-term HIV/AIDS survivors in Chicago reflect on their experiences - When the first reported U.S. cases of what later became known as HIV/AIDS were reported in June 1981, a number ...
Author: Carrie Maxwell, Windy City Times
HIV at 40: Long-term AIDS survivor Sean Strub on diagnosis, being mayor, Larry Kramer - To say Sean Strub is a fighter is almost the supreme understatement. He was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in the mid-1980s—when ...
Author: Andrew Davis
Forty years later, still a call for accurate HIV-positive representation - "I can look back at a show like Girlfriends and see how they dramatized living with HIV; how the character ...
Author: Angelique Smith
TANIA UNZUETA: Fighting for justice, one cause at a time - LGBTQ, immigration and political activist Tania Unzueta has spent the last three years living in Georgia involved in political and ...
Author: Melissa Wasserman
PrEP options likely to change following Truvada patent expiration - Among the myriad challenges facing HIV/AIDS advocates and healthcare providers has been increasing use of pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, among ...
Author: Matt Simonette
SAVOR Nonnina: New team maintains high standards - I'm not gonna lie: I was a little concerned about Nonnina (340 N. Clark St.; NonninaChicago.com). News trickled down that ...
Author: Andrew Davis


 

 



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