Can You Tell Me Where The Bathroom Is? - Back to School as a Trans Youth
Going back to school as a transgender youth poses a lot of challenges. Every time I ask a transgender youth what they struggle with the most, most of the time I hear the same answer: “the bathroom.”
True Colors Eases Back to School Experience
For some young people, coming out is no big deal. For others, the closet is the difference between getting by or getting a beat down. Interestingly, both experiences can happen in the same town or school district.
GLSEN Connecticut Tackles LGBT Issues in Schools
The all-volunteer Connecticut chapter of GLSEN has been working to end bullying and harassment against LGBT students in K-12 schools since 1994.
6th Annual Dorothy Awards Celebrate Community
Pride was the order of the night on Saturday, February 28th as the newly-christened New Haven Pride Center celebrated its Annual Dorothy Awards.
New Haven Pride Center Transformation Complete
The name change was officially announced in the fall of 2008 and the board has phased out the original name and reflect this new identity.
Newsletter Changes Coming This Summer
The New Haven Pride Center, in its continuing efforts to be more efficient in a challenging time, has made the decision to change to a largely electronic newsletter.
Community Events – Spring & Summer 2009
Calendar items for the spring and summer of 2009.
6th Annual Dorothy Awards Coming Feb. 28, 2009
This year’s honorees share a common thread of reaching out to larger audiences, trying to make a difference.
Center Presents 6th Annual Wine Tasting
The Wine Tasting is the center’s second-largest fundraising opportunity of the year, behind the annual Dorothy Awards.
Election Forum a Success
Over 75 people turned out to join in a lively discussion of GLBT issues at the NHGLCC during “Election 2008:What’s at Stake for Connecticut’s GLBT Community? An Issues Forum.”
Message from New Pastor of MCC-NH
Whether you have formerly attended MCC-NH, or have never visited us, I extend a heartfelt welcome for you to come home.
NHGLCC Board Announces Name Change
After years of debate, the Center Board of Directors voted in July 2008 to change the name of the Center to the New Haven Pride Center.
Center Snippets: Quick Items (Fall 2008)
The Rainbow Support Group for people with intellectual disabilities that identify as GLBT recognized its tenth anniversary on September 14, 2008 with a picnic that included members from throughout the region.
New Leadership at APNH
Christopher Cole, who recently moved to Connecticut from Los Angeles, has spent the past fifteen years raising millions of dollars for AIDS Service Organizations throughout the country.
Dorothy Awards a ‘Wicked’ Good Time!
On Saturday, March 8 the New Haven Gay & Lesbian Community Center hosted its 5th annual Dorothy Awards. About 100 people attended the dinner and award ceremony in honor of this year’s awardees