Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club on how LGBTQ+ Books Literally Save Lives
The MSNBC host talks with PFLAG CEO Brian Bond on the role LGBTQ+ books play in the community and the harm book bans are doing
Art for Change: The Composer’s Composer
Composer Bree Lowdermilk is bucking the norms of musical theater by writing shows with gender-expansive casts, taking feedback from 4-year-olds, and maybe even mounting a children’s musical on an abandoned pier.
Josh Kruger, Big-Hearted Philadelphian
The Citizen journalist who was tragically killed Monday morning was a passionate advocate for those who most needed it
Art for Change: The Reluctant Queer Futurist
Kah Yangni, muralist and illustrator, imagines a world where queer people are free to thrive
Listen: Ali Velshi Banned Book Club with Maulik Pancholy
The MSNBC host speaks with the actor and author of The Best At It, a middle-grades coming-of-age novel
Bring Back Queer Radicalism
Rainbow capitalism and crosswalks are nice, but let’s not forget we need to demand our right to exist
LGBTQ-Owned Shops, Restaurants, More in Philadelphia
Brick-and-mortar LGBTQ-owned businesses span all of Philly. Here, some that strive not just to sell, but also to do good in and beyond our city
Listen: Ali Velshi on Why Anti-LGBTQ+ Politics Fail
MSNBC anchor and Citizen Board member reports: The American people are overwhelmingly pro LGBTQ+ rights. So why is the far right attacking trans youth and Pride displays?