Press Releases - Los Angeles LGBT Center

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The Los Angeles LGBT Center is pleased to announce Phillip Picardi as the organization’s Chief Marketing and Communications Officer.  Picardi comes to the nonprofit world after his graduation from Harvard Divinity School, where he was a part of the inaugural cohort of the Masters of Religion and Public Life program.…
The Los Angeles LGBT Center applauds Governor Gavin Newsom’s approval of the state budget, which provides millions of dollars in effort to combat monkeypox. The state allocated $41 million in necessary funding to combat the current monkeypox emergency, including $25.6 million for vaccine, testing, outreach, education, and treatment efforts across…
The Los Angeles LGBT Center issued the following statement today regarding the 11th District ruling in Texas that will limit HIV prevention medication access. The Los Angeles LGBT Center categorically condemns today’s decision by US District Judge Reed O’Connor in Texas, who ruled that requiring employers to provide coverage for…
  Today the Los Angeles LGBT Center announces a nationwide program, in collaboration with the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs and In Our Own Voices, Inc., to effectively respond to the unique and emerging needs of survivors of LGBTQ intimate partner violence (IPV). Funded by a $2.25 million federal grant…
The Los Angeles LGBT Center is pleased with President Joe Biden’s decision to declare a public health emergency in response to the rapidly spreading human monkeypox virus (hMPXV). The decision is long overdue and must be followed by further action. SEE: Biden Names White House Coordinator for Monkeypox (New York…
Increased Access to Testing and Vaccines Should Be Top Priority The Los Angeles LGBT Center today applauded Gov. Gavin Newsom for his leadership in declaring human monkeypox a public health emergency in California.  SEE: Governor Newsom Proclaims State of Emergency to Support State’s Response to Monkeypox (gov.ca.gov) ALSO SEE: “It’s…
Equality California, Los Angeles LGBT Center, National Center for Lesbian Rights, and San Francisco AIDS Foundation also call for renaming virus to reduce stigma Today, a coalition of LGBTQ+ legal and health organizations sent a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) demanding the implementation of a…
For media inquiries please contact: Matt [email protected] The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center is pleased to announce their first ever Hollywood Fringe Festival Extensions! Five audience and critical favorites have been selected from this year's Festival to extend through the month of July. (Schedule below and…
In response to the increased number of monkeypox cases being reported in Southern California, the Los Angeles LGBT Center is committed to providing up-to-date, factual, non-judgmental information and care during this evolving monkeypox outbreak. For up-to-date information, visit lalgbtcenter.org/monkeypox. As of July 6, there have been 42 probable and confirmed cases of…
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