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Poet Gabriel Ojeda-Sague Combats Racism in New Book

This March, Latino queer poet Gabriel Ojeda-Sague is releasing a book that tackles racism in contemporary poetry. Oil and Candle, a book of four poems, […]

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Diversifying New Year’s Day: Inside Philadelphia’s First Puerto Rican Mummers Troupe

Sixteen-year-old Niurka Mojica stands in the center of the circle, a mass of blondish curls piled into a bun and accented with a red flower. […]

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BEST OF THE GAYBORHOOD AND BEYOND: Hero Elicia Gonzales

HERO: GALAEI Executive Director Elicia Gonzales As the matriatch of the only organization for Philly (and all of Pennsylvania)’s gay and lesbian Latino community, GALAEI’s […]

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GALAEI Honors AIDS Activist

Last week, GALAEI honored longtime LGBT, HIV/AIDS and Latino rights activist Jose DeMarco at the third annual David Acosta Revolutionary Leader Award (DARLA) ceremony. A native […]

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Hispanics and the LGBT Community

Countering sometimes popular assumptions that the Hispanic community is somehow anti-gay, a new report co-released today by National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and Social […]

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GALAEI Gets $50K Grant

This week, the Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative (GALAEI) received a $50,000 grant from the Fund for Children at The Philadelphia Foundation. Elicia […]