Press Releases - Los Angeles LGBT Center

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The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Advocate & Gochis Galleries are excited to announce a new online exhibition Arrested Movement featuring the photography of Anthony Patrick Manieri The exhibit goes  live at noon today (Monday, May 3) and can be viewed at lalgbtcenter.org/gallery. Arrested Movement is an inclusive portrait series and awareness…
In response to today’s announcement of a guilty verdict in the killing of George Floyd, the Los Angeles LGBT Center issued the following statement: “We applaud the twelve people whose decision today brought a modicum of justice to the brutal and senseless killing of George Floyd. The verdict reinforces what…
Two years after opening its flagship Anita May Rosenstein Campus, the Los Angeles LGBT Center celebrates the grand opening of its newest building: the Michaeljohn Horne & Thomas Eugene Jones Youth Housing. Located directly across the street from the revolutionary Campus and next door to the Center’s Village at Ed…
To increase access to quality care for California's most vulnerable patients during the pandemic, Health Net awarded the Los Angeles LGBT Center an $80,000 grant to help enroll and educate LGBT individuals in Medi-Cal in Los Angeles. Part of Health Net's broader commitment to support communities during the national pandemic,…
In response to today’s U.S. Senate confirmation of Dr. Rachel Levine as Assistant Health Secretary of the federal Department of Health and Human Services, the Los Angeles LGBT Center issued this statement: “The Los Angeles LGBT Center congratulates Dr. Rachel Levine on this monumental occasion of becoming the first openly…
The MisMatch Game Online! is set to return with a new Vax to the Max edition for two shows only on Saturday, April 3, and Sunday, April 4, at 7 p.m. PDT. All the elements of the beloved, long-running comedy hit are back to deliver outrageous fun and laughter via…
Following the death of iconic lesbian activist and feminist Ivy Bottini, who briefly served as the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s director of women’s programs, Center CEO Lorri L. Jean issued the following statement: “Today Ivy Bottini died at the age of 94, and our community lost a tireless activist and…
In response to the U.S. House of Representative’s historic passage of the Equality Act today and the introduction of the same bill in the Senate earlier this week, Los Angeles LGBT Center CEO Lorri L. Jean issued the following statement: “Today’s vote in the House of Representatives is a historic…
Today the Four Corners: Trans & Nonbinary (TNB) Health Research Advisory Network, an initiative of the Los Angeles LGBT Center and partnering organizations, announced the release of its first report entitled Health Research Priorities Among TNB Communities. The innovative community-led research advisory network released findings identifying priority areas and directions…
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