Documentary film screening, Q&A, meet and greet and brunch with TransLatina activist Bamby Salcedo and film director Dante Alencastre.
Cultural Crossroads: Metro Weekly interviews LHP President David M. Pérez for Hispanic Heritage Month
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Brightest Young Things
Capital Pride, announced the recipients of the 2014 Capital Pride Heroes Award and the TransPride Engendered Spirits award.
Check out the Metro Weekly article and attend the event to support Jose at the Awards Ceremony on Oct. 4th from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Thurgood Marshall Center, 1816 12th St. NW.
Familia es Familia Maryland – a campaign to educate Latinos and LGBT community members about importance of marriage equality and immigrant education
By Tara Bahrampour on August 28, 2012
Pre-AIDS conference events to focus on gay men's health
By Michael K. Lavers on July 18, 2012
Latino GLBT History Project President David Pérez and others on Saturday will present a workshop on the impacet of HIV/AIDS on gay Hispanics...
D.C. ride parade, festival expected to draw 250,000 this weekend
By Michael K. Lavers on June 6, 2012
Eleanor Holmes Norton during a forum on anti-LGBT employment discrimination that the Latino GLBT History Project organized at the Human Rights Campaign on May 30. Gautam Raghavan and Julie Rodriguez of the White House's Office of ...
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The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu ECO Makes an Appearance at the Latino GLBT History Project “La Plática”
By Michele Lucarelli on June 1, 2012
On the evening of Wednesday, May 30 members of the Latino GLBT History Project (LHP) and members of the Latino GLBT community came together in celebration of D.C. Latino Pride for an evening of mixing, mingling and education at the ...
Queery: David Perez
By Joey DiGuglielmo on May 17, 2012
Though David Perez is a few generations removed from the group that came to the U.S. — his great-grandparents on his father’s side immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico — he identifies strongly with his Latino roots and spends his career and volunteer hours working on community advocacy. ...
Here comes the Pride
By Juliette Ebner on May 17, 2012
The sixth annual Latino Pride starts Sunday and this year’s theme is “History, Celebration, Diversity and Identity.” This is the first year Latino Pride is spread over multiple days. ...
Mujeres en Movimiento
By Pete Exis on April 2, 2012
Women across the region gathered at Mova on Mar. 23 to celebrate Women’s History Month and honor Latina leaders within the metro D.C. community. The Latino GLBT History Project hosted the Mujeres en el Movimiento Networking Happy Hour as a social and networking event for Latina lesbians. ...
Queery: Esther Hidalgo
By Joey DiGuglielmo on March 22, 2012
The organizer of Friday's event for Latina lesbians answers 20 gay questions. Esther Hidalgo is sometimes surprised when she meets other Latina lesbians in Washington and as she was discussing with a colleague this week, she sometimes wonders why their paths don’t cross more often...
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