Topics :: Detroit
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Saturday Jun 14, 2014
A 16-year-old has been arrested in the videotaped beating of a man during gay pride celebration in downtown Detroit.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jun 10, 2014
A gay man was beaten by a group of young men in an alleged bias attack Sunday just blocks from Detroit’s gay pride parade.
By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Feb 26, 2014
The Grammy award-winning band fun. launched a campaign to raise $250,000 to build a community health center for the Ruth Ellis Center, which provides housing, meals, clothing and medical services for LGBT youth in need in Detroit.
By Corey Williams | Friday Oct 25, 2013
Convincing top executives that Detroit is a comeback city where they should hold company meetings and conventions could only be characterized as the most monumental of pitches or the slickest of con jobs.
By Ed White | Wednesday Oct 16, 2013
Two Detroit-area nurses wanted to adopt each other’s children, not rewrite Michigan law on gay marriage. But their lawsuit could end up overturning a 2004 constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage that passed by a landslide.
Sunday Sep 2, 2012
The Ruth Ellis Center will host its second annual benefit Voices with special celebrity guest Wanda Sykes to be held at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD).
By Winnie McCroy | Monday Mar 12, 2012
Representatives from the Ruth Ellis Center, the Ali Forney Center and Green Chimneys in New York City were among those who attended a White House-sponsored conference on homelessness among LGBT youth in Detroit on March 9.
By Michael K. Lavers | Friday Mar 9, 2012
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan spoke about the need to prevent homelessness among LGBT Americans at a White House conference in Detroit on Friday.
Monday Aug 8, 2011
Whether through activism, business ownership, historic preservation, or as cultural curators, the gay community is changing the landscape of Detroit.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Tuesday Aug 18, 2009
Former WJBK news anchor Charles Pugh came in first in last week’s primary election for Detroit City Council. He beat City Council President Ken Cockrel, Jr., and more than 160 other candidates.
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