Chris Bartlett

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History Lesson: Christopher Bartlett on William Way’s 40th Anniversary

G Philly has teamed up with local filmmaker Kelly Burkhardt on a new monthly video series highlighting Philadelphia’s gay history. It’s done in anticipation of this year’s […]

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VIDEO: How to Make The Neighborhood You Want

We have another video from TEDxPhiladelphia (see the one we posted last week here), this one from Chris Bartlett, executive director of the William Way LGBT Community […]

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Throwback Thursday: Chris Bartlett Remembers Philly In the Heat of 1990s AIDS Protests

From time to time William Way Executive Director Chris Bartlett and I meet for a rummage through the John J. Wilcox Jr. Archives, a veritable treasure trove of relics […]

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LGBT Philadelphia Remembers Gloria Casarez

The untimely death of Gloria Casarez, Philadelphia’s first director of the Mayor’s Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Affairs, has sent shockwaves through the […]

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OutBeat, the Nation’s First Queer Jazz Festival, Heads to Town This Week

Our sister blog, G Philly, has presented lots of coverage on OutBeat, the nation’s first ever LGBTQ jazz festival, that’s playing right here in Philly […]

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William Way Launches New Funding Campaign

If you’re looking for ways to give back to the community, you’d be hard pressed to find a more worthy recipient of your time and […]

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William Way Gears Up for an Ambitious Year of Firsts

There was an undeniable sense of excitement in the air at the William Way Center last evening when, at the public Board of Directors’ meeting, […]

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LGBT Six-Word Memoir of the Day: William Way Center Executive Director Chris Bartlett

In partnership with SMITH Magazine’s Six-Word Memoir Project, we asked you to submit your queer life stories—succinctly. Every day until we run out, we will present the […]