World re-known famed photographer Duane Cramer covers the July/August 2013. Duane who is HIV-positive, talk’s about his life, charity, and documenting the lives of African-Americans, gay & HIV+ people and some celebs with his camera. To read the full interview click here.
Oprah Winfrey takes her reconciliation with lifestyle coach Iyanla Vanzant to the next level and gives Iyanla a show on OWN called called “Iyana Fix My Life…” Iyanla writes on her Facebook page “…After much prayer and conscious consideration I am choosing to move forward with this project as my next step in service toContinue reading “Iyanla Vanzant is Coming to OWN”
Motivational speaker Tony Robbins says everyone has a story or a set of stories that define who he or she is. The question is, Is your story empowering you to maximize what God has given you, or is your story causing you to fall short? Tony explains why your biography isn’t your destiny—your decisions are.Continue reading “What’s Your Story?”
From creators Cleo Manago and Anthony Djavan Harris comes a new documentary ‘In My Own Image – Healing Black Men Who Love Men.’ The film features the voices, experiences and transformations of 40 young adult and adult same-gender-loving (SGL) Black male leaders from throughout the country. Who gather for a retreat recently to discuss howContinue reading “Reaffirming The Black “SGL” Male”
New York City hospitals plan to show all of their 38,000 staff members a video depicting how discrimination can devastate GLBT patients navigating the healthcare system, hoping to encourage employees to better serve the community. “This is a city that has a very large population of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender individuals who come to ourContinue reading “NYC Hospitals Lead the nation in Caring for GLBT Patients”