Press Releases - Los Angeles LGBT Center

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On Wednesday, October 23, at the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Village at Ed Gould Plaza, a panel of tenured professionals from across a variety of industries will discuss the realities faced by lesbian, bisexual, and queer women in the workplace. Entitled Women’s Work: Perspectives on the Highs, Lows, and Where’d…
Held for the first time at Los Angeles City College, more than 1,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth (LGBTQ) and their allies from 200 cities and more than 250 schools nationwide are expected to attend the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s 27th annual Models of Pride conference on Saturday,…
The Los Angeles LGBT Center has been awarded a $300,000 grant spanning two years from The Eisner Foundation to support the Center’s innovative Culinary Arts program, an intergenerational training program for LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness and low-income LGBT seniors. Taught at the Center’s commercial kitchen in the Anita May Rosenstein…
The Los Angeles LGBT Center commends today’s unanimous passage by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors of a breakthrough motion that supports LGBTQ+ youth in the County’s foster care system. Authored by supervisors Hilda Solis and Sheila Kuehl, the motion—Responding to the Immediate Need to Support Foster Youth Who…
The Los Angeles LGBT Center will host its next ‘Stand Down’ for veterans and active service members on Saturday, September 28, from 10 a.m.–3 p.m., at the Center’s Anita May Rosenstein Campus. With more than 30 organizations for veterans and seniors participating, the event provides free services and referrals in…
For a record-breaking 15th year, it’s time once again to “get ready to match the stars” with a new edition of Dennis Hensley’s The MisMatch Game. The side-splitting parody of the ‘70s game show has set the rafters ringing with laughter since its debut in 2004. The show the LA…
The Los Angeles LGBT Center has been awarded a $159,973 grant from Cedars-Sinai to benefit LGBTQ youth, ages 18–24, who are enrolled in a new intergenerational Culinary Arts program taught at the Center’s Anita May Rosenstein Campus. Launched in May at the Campus’ commercial kitchen, the program is comprised of…
In response to the hate violence and physical mistreatment experienced by transgender and gay staff members from Bienestar at Las Perlas bar, Center CEO Lorri L. Jean issued the following statement: “The Los Angeles LGBT Center condemns the violent treatment of trans women at Las Perlas this weekend and stands…
In response to the release of the Trump administration’s final inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds rule, which expands immigration officials’ abilities to deny entry or green cards to certain immigrants based on income, health conditions, and their use of public programs such as food stamps and Medicaid, Center CEO Lorri…
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