Resources for the LGBT Community

Noho Pride 2014

Noho Pride 2014

Apr 3, 2014

May 3, 2014Noho Pride is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers. We produce the annual LGBT parade  and pride event held each May in Northampton, Massachusetts for over 30 years. Our Vision and Mission: To foster events that honor the integrity, history and diversity of our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender community and to focus on...

LGBT Brand Director LGBT Tobacco Prevention

LGBT Brand Director LGBT Tobacco Prevention

Dec 12, 2013

Rescue Social Change Group – San Francisco National Brand Director (Young Adult LGBT Tobacco Prevention Campaign) Are you familiar with today’s LGBT community?​ Can you manage a large-scale, multi-channel national marketing campaign?​ Can you manage a marketing team?​ Can you manage multiple projects at once?​ Do you want to work towards positive...

OMOVIES Festival Di Cinema Gay, Lesbica e Questioning Napoli

OMOVIES Festival Di Cinema Gay, Lesbica e Questioning Napoli

Dec 4, 2013

December 18, 2013toDecember 20, 2013OMOVIES Festival Di Cinema Gay, Lesbica e Questioning Napoli Founded in 2008, OMOVIES is the Festival of Cinema Gay and Questioning of the city of Naples, sponsored by the Social Promotion of Ken NGO, which has as its goal the overcoming of prejudice against LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender). Omovies is designed by...

LGBT RIGHTS ASSOCIATE Human Rights Watch

LGBT RIGHTS ASSOCIATE Human Rights Watch

Oct 7, 2013

Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking an Associate to provide administrative and clerical assistance to its Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (“LGBT”) Rights Program. The position reports to the Director of the LGBT Rights Program. LGBT RIGHTS ASSOCIATE FULL-TIME JOB VACANCY ASSOCIATE (administrative – not legal – position) LGBT Rights...

Gay Softball Leagues

Gay Softball Leagues

Jun 21, 2013

Gay softball started at the national level in 1977 in San Francisco. While there were multiple places for athletes to play softball, gay softball was started as “our special place”. Not only were players free to socialize, to be who they were in a time where LGBT rights were anything but secure, but they were free to enjoy sports as well. This was...