June 29, 2020

Shirley Siegel, Leading New York Civil Rights Lawyer, Dies at 101

Initially snubbed by 40 law firms, she went on to become the first female solicitor general of New York State and argued cases before the Supreme […]
June 28, 2020

These Entrepreneurs Were Affected by Riots, But “See the Forest Instead of Focusing on the Trees”

Like many small business owners in communities of color, these entrepreneurs in Tampa are more concerned about forward progress than raging against rioters. Source
June 28, 2020

13 Essential Songs From the Lesbian Label Olivia Records

The record company was formed in 1973 with the goals of telling queer women’s stories and putting profits in the pockets of gay artists working outside […]
June 28, 2020

Egyptian belly-dancer given three-year jail term for 'inciting debauchery'

Sama el-Masry was accused of posting suggestive images that violated family values A high-profile Egyptian belly-dancer, Sama el-Masry, was sentenced to three years in prison and […]