“It genuinely feels like I’m working with family,” says Li Brown, a student of the Center’s Culinary Arts training program.
Wednesday, November 15-19 All activities and events are free Wed, Nov. 15 7–9PM Trans* Lounge Presents:Creating Trans Oral Traditions: A Community Storytelling Experience We often struggle to find enough written history of our chosen families. History texts may misgender, misinterpret, or miss us. Instead of relying on the written word, we can build on memories […]
“The way we continue to find love, joy, happiness, pride, and compassion inspire me to keep fighting with love.”
The TikTok star reflects on her public transition and relationship to social media at this year’s Models of Pride youth summit.
The revamped youth summit included dozens of workshops, activations, and live electrifying stage performances.
“RuPaul’s Drag Race Mexico” host shares her journey.
The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Senior Prom gives older adults the chance to re-create their prom as their authentic selves.
Trans Pride LA celebrated its biggest year yet in 2023, with 1,700 attendees and the inaugural Trans Town Hall.
Hundreds of Center staff and supporters march wearing brightly colored shirts that read “Center Your Pride.”
Speakers included Kylie Sonique Love, Isis King, Trace Lysette, Laith Ashley, and Montana State Rep. Zooey Zephyr.
The Pride-themed community event Sabor de Mi Centro brings together LGBTQ+ people and their allies in East LA.
Youth Pride Prom welcomes all youth ages 18-24 to celebrate prom season freely as their authentic selves.
AIDS/LifeCycle unites riders to combat the HIV and AIDS epidemic and raise funds for vital support services.
WxW: For Women. By Women. returned to the Center after four years with a keynote address by author Roxane Gay.
Pamela Anderson was presented with the Center’s Vanguard Award for impressive career and extensive philanthropic work.
Keke Palmer was awarded for her commitment to uplifting people from marginalized communities.
Los Angeles LGBT Center CEO Joe Hollendoner celebrates the “unstoppable” work of the Center amid anti-LGBTQ+ backlash.
Drag March LA draws thousands in response to the wave of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation across the U.S.
Big Freedia was honored with the Bayard Rustin Award for her advocacy on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community.
Center South provides free and low-cost programs and services for the community of South LA.