Center for Black Equity

June 2, 2021
Pride Business Meeting

Corporate Pride Support: Beyond Pride Parades and Flag Displays

As 2021 brings a second year of limited or no in-person parades due to the lingering pandemic, it’s perhaps a better time than ever to ask what companies can do beyond Pride Month parades and flag displays to meaningfully show they truly support the LGBTQ community.
April 22, 2014

LGBT Organizations Left Out of $15mil City Fund Grant

Yesterday, The DC Center for the LGBT Community, the Center for Black Equity, Casa Ruby, SMYAL, Us Helping Us, HIPS, and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) expressed their deep disappointment that not a single local LGBT organization received funding under the City Fund...
June 4, 2013
Earl D. Fowlkes, Jr. with guests at DC Black Pride event

Still Relevant After 23 Years: Why DC Black Pride is Important for the LGBT Community

Why D.C. Black Pride is important for the LGBT community

By Earl D. Fowlkes, Jr. Washington, D.C., hosts the 23rd Annual Black Pride over the 2013 Memorial Day weekend. D.C. Black Pride is the oldest Black Pride gathering in the world.