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    Announcing the Los Angeles Theatrical Premiere of a Timely and Important Film

    Winner Audience Award at AFI DOCS, PHILLY Q FEST, FRAMELINE SAN FRANCISCO
    and Best Documentary at the URBANWORLD FILM FESTIVAL
    PROMISED LAND FILM
    PRESENTS

    THE NEW BLACK


    - A FILM BY YORUBA RICHEN -


    THE NEW BLACK addresses the issue of how the African American community is dealing with the gay community in light of the recent gay marriage movement and the fight over civil rights. It has been a discussion that has been coming for a long time in both of these communities. The film documents activists, families and clergy on both sides of the campaign to legalize gay marriage and examines homophobia in the black community’s institutional pillar—the black church and reveals the Christian right wing’s strategy of exploiting this phenomenon in order to pursue an anti-gay political agenda. THE NEW BLACK takes viewers into the pews and onto the streets and provides a seat at the kitchen table as it tells the story of the historic fight to win marriage equality in Maryland and charts the evolution of this divisive issue within the black community.

    THE NEW BLACK



    View Trailer: http://www.newblackfilm.com/trailer/
    For More Info: www.newblackfilm.com


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    NMAC Expresses Deep Sadness At The Passing of Sean Sasser

    - The following is a statement from National Minority AIDS Council Executive Director Paul Kawata: -


    WASHINGTON, D.C. – “On behalf of the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) Board of Directors and staff, I wish to extend our deepest sympathies and condolences to our colleague and friend Michael J. Kaplan on the loss of his spouse, Sean Franklin Sasser. Following a brief battle with mesothelioma, Sean passed away on August 7 at the age of 44. He was a long time advocate and source of incredible inspiration, living with HIV for 25 years.

    “As the executive director of NMAC, and a personal friend to Michael Kaplan, Sean’s death hits extremely close to home. I knew Michael when he and Sean first met and could tell almost immediately that their relationship would be long lasting and deeply meaningful. Sean was known to the world as a prominent HIV/AIDS activist who rose to notoriety on MTV’s Real World. To those close to him and Michael, he was known more as a talented pastry chef and gentle soul. As a black gay man living with HIV, Sean held a special place in my heart and in the work of NMAC to address the disparities that persist within that community. Sean’s passing serves as a reminder of the considerable work that remains to be done to end this epidemic. NMAC will honor Sean’s legacy and the thousands like him who struggle every day against this disease by redoubling our efforts to support and foster more black gay leaders to lead the fight.”

    “Our thoughts and prayers are with Michael, his family and all those whose lives Sean touched at this difficult time. We pray that the warm embrace from the many that love them and the knowledge of the incredible meaning their work and their relationship have had to our movement and community will help ease the pain of this loss.”

    Donations can be made in Sean’s name to AIDS United at www.aidsunited.org/give.

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    Bayard Rustin to be Posthumously Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom

    - President Obama recognizes African-American, Gay civil rights leader at the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington -


    Statement by Tico Almeida, founder and President of Freedom to Work, a national organization dedicated to ending workplace discrimination, on President Obama awarding Bayard Rustin the President Medal of Freedom:

    "Freedom to Work is thrilled to learn that President Obama will award one of America's most important civil rights strategists with the Presidential Medal of Freedom," said Tico Almeida, founder and President of Freedom to Work. "Among Rustin's many accomplishments, he organized a 1941 March on Washington so successful that it never even took place, and that cancelled march instead pressured a reluctant President Roosevelt to begrudgingly sign the first federal contractor executive order granting African-Americans the freedom to work without discrimination. Toward the end of his career and life, Rustin also advocated for New York City's ENDA law barring discrimination based on sexual orientation. Now, 72 summers after Rustin organized a national march to focus America's attention on workplace discrimination, LGBT Americans and our straight allies are calling on President Barack Obama to immediately sign the federal contractor executive order giving LGBT Americans the freedom to work without discrimination. President Obama should sign it today in honor of Bayard Rustin. If it were up to me, we'd even name the Obama executive order after Bayard Rustin. It would be a fitting honor that would bring our nation's civil rights history full circle."

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    FreedomtoWork.org is a national organization committed to banning workplace harassment and career discrimination against lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgender Americans through public education, policy analysis, and legal work.

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    NMAC Lauds Supreme Court Decisions on Same-Sex Marriage

    - The following is a statement from National Minority AIDS Council Director of Legislative and Public Affairs Kali Lindsey: -


    Washington, DC – “Today’s Supreme Court decisions regarding California’s Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) are a historic victory for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and another important step in the inevitable road to full equality for same-sex couples,” said National Minority AIDS Council Director of Legislative & Public Affairs Kali Lindsey. “They are also a breath of fresh air following the Court’s disappointing ruling yesterday on the Voting Rights Act. Gay and lesbian couples have the same capacity for love and commitment as their heterosexual counterparts and seek nothing more than to share in the same rights and privileges that straight couples enjoy, and to which they should be legally entitled.

    “Today’s decisions allow same-sex marriages to go forward in the nation’s most populous state, and ensure that all couples legally married in their states will receive full recognition, protection and benefits from the federal government. While these historic rulings will do much to advance equality for LGBT Americans, the battle is far from over. Constitutional bans on same-sex marriage remain in place in 29 states. Congress has yet to pass the Employment and Student Non-Discrimination Acts. LGBT individuals in the United States, especially those of color, face higher rates of homelessness and poverty than their heterosexual counterparts, while experiencing poorer overall health. In particular, gay and bisexual men continue to bear the heaviest burden of HIV in the nation.

    “NMAC celebrates today’s rulings, which come on the 10 year anniversary of the historic Lawrence v. Texas decision, and the incredible strides that the LGBT community has made in the struggle for full equality. With more than half of all Americans now supporting marriage equality – including more than 80 percent of those under 30 – momentum is on our side. But while we rejoice in this victory, we must be steadfast in our commitment to continue the fight. Marriage is just one of many critical issues facing the LGBT community and our nation. We must build on today’s success and work to advance the rights of all individuals, regardless of race, gender, sexuality, or country of origin. In particular, we must repair the damage done by yesterday’s decision to voting rights for communities of color. NMAC is committed to fighting discrimination and stigma wherever they exist and ensuring that our nation lives up to its founding principles of equality and justice for all.”

    The National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) represents a coalition of faith based and community based organizations as well as AIDS service organizations advocating and delivering HIV/AIDS services in communities of color nationwide. Since 1987, NMAC has developed leadership in communities of color through a variety of advocacy campaigns, public policy education programs, national conferences, research programs, capacity building, technical assistance and trainings, and digital and electronic resource materials. For more information visit www.nmac.org.

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    Chirlane McCray: From Gay Trailblazer to Politician's Wife
    By Linda Villarosa


    We wanted to be sure you saw this article in Essence about Chirlane McCray, who is NYC mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio’s wife. It’s a big interview that gives a lot of interesting background on Chirlane and Bill.

    You may remember in 1979, Chirlane wrote a groundbreaking piece for Essence declaring herself as an African American lesbian, and now of course, she’s married to a man and in what she calls herself a “traditional marriage.”

    In 1979 Chirlane McCray was a lesbian, out loud and proud. She said so herself, in a groundbreaking essay in ESSENCE simply called "I Am a Lesbian." That article was a revelation, perhaps the first time a Black gay woman had spoken so openly and honestly about her sexuality in a Black magazine. "I discovered my preference for women early," she wrote, "before getting locked into a traditional marriage."

    Now, 34 years later, the same Chirlane McCray, 58, is happily immersed in a "traditional marriage." Her husband, Bill de Blasio, is running in one of the most fiercely contested Democratic mayoral primaries in decades, and his wife of 19 years and mother of their two teenage children is front and center in his campaign as strategist, confidante and political partner.

    So how did this self-possessed lesbian turn into a seemingly classic political wife? McCrayreturns "home" to the pages of ESSENCE, and the audience who embraced her so many years ago, to talk about life's unexpected twists and turns, the fluidity of love, dirty politics and her 180-degree turn.

    This story is featured in the June 2013 issue of ESSENCE Magazine, on newsstandsnow.

    http://www.essence.com/2013/05/09/politicians-wife-chirlane-mccray

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    Super Bowl Champ Brendon Ayanbadejo: "Not A Fight For Gay Rights, A Fight For Human Rights!"


    Last night was a special night for a lot of people. For the Ravens players. For the staff and coaches of the team. For the fans. For the city of Baltimore.

    After a hard fought Super Bowl game, the Baltimore Ravens are World Champions! However, one player has been a champion in a lot of people's hearts for a long time, including mine. Brendon Ayanbadejo courageously stood up in support of marriage equality over four years ago. He lives by a saying that has guided my social justice work: The rights you take for granted are only valid if you fight to give those same rights to others.

    As an unwavering ally, he has used his platform as an NFL player to fight for the rights of all people, especially the gay and lesbian community. I have followed Brendon's journey fighting for equality off-the-field, and could not be more proud of him. I had the chance to speak with the Super Bowl champ and wanted to share with you all our conversation about marriage equality, his upbringing and his message to the President.

    Super Bowl Champ Brendon Ayanbadejo
    Credit Global Grind


    Hey Brendon, It is nice to speak you, my brother.
    Thanks Russell, it is a pleasure to speak with you as well.

    I know your time is limited, but I wanted to talk to you a little bit about your incredible commitment for equality. If you could describe equality, how would you describe it?
    Equality means that every single person, no matter your race, creed, sexual orientation, advantages or disadvantages, are all treated equally.

    Read more: http://globalgrind.com/news/super-bowl-champ-brendon-ayanbadejo-gay-rights-interview#ixzz2JxQcPa1Q

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    3rd ANNUAL REVIVAL, QWOC POETRY TOUR NEEDS YOUR HELP!


    - Share A Poem And Spread The Word About Salon-Styled Poetry Tour -

    They say the third time's a charm and this year, salon-styled tour, The Revival travels to Toronto, DC, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Durham and Brooklyn to connect hundreds of queer women of color artists and allies. October 6-13, 2012, The Revival honors a queer tradition of turning homes into sanctuaries and every concert takes place in someone's living room! With one week left for fundraising, our kickstarter campaign calls on the community for help!

    Salon-Styled Poetry Tour
    "No donation is too small and more than anything the power of a kind thought will go a long way!" Adds producer and poet, Jade Foster. "And a facebook like! After Frank Oceans blog post last week, the internet is not to be played with. And there's a new season turning, one that looks for the queer story. It's up to the poets. It's up to us to continue."

    The tour has confirmed collaborations with Durham's Mobile Homecoming Project, Toronto's Kim Katrin Crosby, Brooklyn's LGBT Pride Center and a recent grant recipient of DC's Al Sura Foundation. The Revival Kickstarter Campaign is one week away from closing and confident in reaching their goal! Continue the queer story and donate at: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1135904449/3rd-annual-revival-poetry-tour

    The Revival is an annual salon-styled poetry tour of queer women artists. The Revival honors a queer tradition of creating a sanctuary for artists and allies, each concert on the tour takes place in an actual living room. Follow @cereusarts for cities, dates and artists.

    Revival Kickstarter Link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1135904449/3rd-annual-revival-poetry-tour
    Revival Kickstarter On Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiciPEu29Wk

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    BLACK ENTERPRISE Wins GLAAD Media Award For Outstanding Magazine Article


    “Black & Gay in Corporate America” Takes Top Honors at New York City Ceremony

    (New York, NY) March 26, 2012—BLACK ENTERPRISE, the nation’s premier business and wealth-building resource for African Americans, took top honors for Outstanding Magazine Article at the 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards held on March 24, 2012 in New York City. Written by Senior Multimedia Content Producer Carolyn M. Brown, the July 2011 cover feature “Black & Gay in Corporate America” took an unflinching look at the cultural and professional obstacles facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) African American professionals and how a growing number are coming out and breaking through isolation and fear within their companies. The award, shared with Metro Weekly’s Chris Geidner for the "15th Anniversary of the Passage of the Defense of Marriage Act,” honors a magazine article or series for its fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the LGBT community and the issues that affect their lives.

    BLACK ENTERPRISE Wins GLAAD Media Award
    In accepting the GLAAD award from presenters Padma Lakshmi of Top Chef and MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts, “Black & Gay” author Carolyn Brown thanked cover subject Sabin D. Blake, a dealer organizational manager for General Motors Corp. (GM), who came forward after keeping his sexual orientation hidden for years while navigating the professional obstacles of being African American and gay. “Black LGBT professionals in corporate America and in the African American community in general, often feel like they need to adhere to ‘don’t ask, don’t tell,’ the former U.S. policy governing homosexuality in the military,” said Brown. “It’s especially important for those of us in black media to break this code of silence and continue to cover stories that elevate LGBT people in the community.”

    "I am particularly proud that we received recognition from the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation [GLAAD] for this courageous editorial,” said Black Enterprise Magazine SVP/Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle. “BLACK ENTERPRISE will continue to break new ground and deliver unique, dynamic, and relevant content such as this across all our media platforms, be it in print, television, digital or events.”

    [Pictured L-R: GLAAD presenter & Top Chef star Padma Lakshmi, Outstanding Magazine Article winners Carolyn Brown (Black Enterprise) and Chris Geidner (Metro Weekly) (Tie), with co-presenter and MSNBC Anchor Thomas Roberts. Photo by Wire Image® courtesy of GLAAD].

    BLACK ENTERPRISE accompanied “Black & Gay in Corporate America” with an expanded editorial package at www.blackenterprise.com/blacklgbt highlighting the struggles and successes of the black LGBT community in the workplace and beyond, including Black and LGBT in the Black Church; Being Black & Transgendered; Gay Rights vs. Civil Rights; Homophobia in Sports: The Other Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell ; Gender Identity & Sexuality Discrimination in the Office; 49 Milestones in LGBT History; LGBT Trailblazers – Still Black & Proud; and Black LGBT Entertainers: Out & Proud.

    For a complete list of the 23rd Annual GLAAD Award winners, visit http://www.glaad.org.

    BLACK ENTERPRISE, your ultimate source of Wealth for Life, is the premier business, investing, and wealth-building resource for African Americans. Since 1970, BE has provided essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and decision makers. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE magazine provides four million readers with information on entrepreneurship, careers, and financial management. As multimedia company, BE produces television programming, business and lifestyle events, Web content and digital media. BLACK ENTERPRISE is the definitive source of information for and about African American business markets and leaders, and the authority on black business news and trends.

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BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN GAYS - LESBIANS
   

  1. A3GLE Johnson C. Smith University's Gay and Lesbian Organization...
    Nations oldest HBCU's has an established GLBT Organization.

  2. Affinity Community Services...
    Affinity is a not-for-profit organization currently serving Chicago's black lesbian and bisexual women's community.

  3. A Globe of Witnesses ...
    For Black Gays, Writing is Power.

  4. Alpha Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Inc....
    Alpha Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Inc. is a GLBT Greek organization consisting of professional women throughout the nation who are committed to political action, community service, and developing a life-long fraternal sisterhood.

  5. Beta Phi Omega Sorroity...
    National African American/Multicultural Lesbian Sorority.

  6. Black Care ...
    Dedicated to the elimination of HIV/AIDS in the Black community.

  7. Blacklash? ...
    A comparison of the predicaments of gays and blacks, by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

  8. Blacklight Online...
    A Site for African American Lesbians and Gay Men.

  9. Black Sissy...
    Commentary on black, black gay, other color gays, celebrity life and whatever I feel like talking about.

  10. Blackworld Gays...
    Your friendly internet directory.

  11. Fo' Brothas...
    Up-lifting reference based site for the same gender loving black gay man.

  12. Gay Dating...
    The Gay Date List is a 100% free gay online dating site for gay and bisexual men. Just post your own personal ad or browse through the gay personals and answer any ad you want to for free.

  13. Gay Life ...
    The metropolitan Atlanta area has the largest number of black gay and lesbian couples in the South, according to an Associated Press report.

  14. Gay Men of African Descent...
    An organization providing community forums and support for gay and transgender Black males.

  15. Gay Spirituality & Culture...
    Gay Spirituality & Culture: African-American or Black Spirituality.

  16. Gay Star News ...
    GSN is a new gay (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) news, entertainment and lifestyle website. We’ve got full-time and freelance journalists working for us around the globe (London, New York, Los Angeles, Sydney, Shanghai) and will soon be offering 24-hour coverage for the first time in the gay media market.

  17. Gingerbeer...
    Gingerbeer provides up-to-date information on women-only events, lesbian clubs, dyke bars, queer shops and gay restaurants.

  18. GLBCC...
    GLBCC offers a series of programs for all ages including support and social groups for youth, gay men, lesbians and trans/gendered people.

  19. Hard Candy Calendar...
    Journey Creative Design Studio offers this edgy and unique 2009 wall calendar of dominant womyn in the african-american gay community.

  20. Human Rights Campaign...
    As America's largest gay and lesbian organization, the Human Rights Campaign provides a national voice on gay and lesbian issues.

  21. Kappa Xi Omega Sorority Inc...
    Kappa Xi Omega is a non profit community based organization for the professional and cultured lesbian woman.

  22. KeithBoykin.Com...
    Political activism, contributions to black gay community.

  23. KUMA - Black Lesbian Erotica...
    A site featuring Black Lesbian Eros in the form of poetry/prose, artwork, and audio downloads.

  24. LadiesLoveLadies.com...
    California Lesbian Events, Sandiego, Los Angeles and Gay Pride Events.

  25. LavenderPop Greeting Cards...
    Black greeting cards inclusive of the gay community. Our Birthday, Get Well, and Gettin' My Praise On cards appeal to straight friends as well. Buy 3 cards, get 4th Free.

  26. MCC People of African Descent...
    The Connection Source for MCC’s People of African Descent our friends and allies.

  27. Miami Beach Bruthaz ...
    Annual black gay weekend social on South Beach.

  28. Organik B.L.U...
    Organik B.L.U is a social network for Black Lesbians who are ready to unite, evolve and share beautifull moments together! Our foundation is based on love, acceptance,trust and openess.

  29. Orlando Black Pride...
    Information concerning Black Pride events in the Orlando area.

  30. Our Ring News & Things ...
    Author Taylor Siluwé raps about sexuality, pride, and issues concerning Same-Gender-Loving men of color.

  31. Our Sista Circle...
    A social networking site for lesbians of color worldwide--African American, Asian, Latina, Native American & Biracial.

  32. Pam's House Blend ...
    Apparently intimidating the average ignorant wingnut by simply waking up each day and sharing my thoughts on politics. Join the debate at the Pam's House Blend.

  33. PhatGirlChic.com - DC Lesbians of Color ...
    News.Entertainment.Information for DC Women of Color in the life.

  34. Pride Index...
    A website for lesbian, gay, and gay-friendly communities of color. Contains articles/features, events and a marketplace for lesbigay entrepreneurs.

  35. Pretty Tomboys...
    a interesting message that all needs to hear.

  36. Simply Skyy...
    Official website for black lesbian author, Skyy.

  37. Social Diva...
    What's happening in the Atlanta social scene.

  38. Sugartruck Recordings...
    Information on current releases as well as photos, lyrics, links and artist resources.

  39. TerryHowcott.com...
    Black people and families, and Black Same Gender Loving couples and families. Broad and Black is the theme. Asset map is a social Work term. A Thinker’s Greenspace is the site’s publishing page.

  40. The "Down Low" or "DL" ...
    Men who discreetly have sex with other men while in sexual relationships with women are said to be on the "down low" (or "dl" for short).

  41. The Republic of T....
    Gays in Black Churches: Seen But Not Seen at The Republic of T.

  42. ThugBoy.com...
    Support your local thug.

  43. Top 9 Gay Gift Ideas...
    Think of the professional gay man, the athlete, the artist or the party kid and then match a gift to his interests. Let this top gift list be your guide.

  44. ULOAH...
    United Lesbians of African Heritage.

  45. Wassup in Atl...
    Events for males.

  46. Whitman-Walker Clinic ...
    Whitman-Walker Clinic is a non-profit community-based health organization serving the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region.

  47. Women's Financial Network...
    Women's Financial Network official website.

  48. Zuna Institute...
    A National Advocacy Organization for Black Lesbians.

















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