The shouts of joy in Raleigh, North Carolina could be heard all the way in Ohio as Stonewall Sports, a national LGBTQ+ and ally sports organization, announced their selection of Cleveland as the host city for the 7th Annual Stonewall National Tournament and Summit taking place July 10-12, 2020.
Prizm is exited to announce that Ken Schneck has been named Editor. Schneck is a Cleveland-based author and professor who has been writing for Prizm since 2018 and has been serving as Contributing Editor since April of 2019.
Prizm News / June 18, 2019 / By Ken Schneck
Organizer Charlie H. A Stewart and Dkéama Alexis welcome attendees to the second annual Community Pride.Photos by Ken Falk
Scenes from the 2nd Annual Columbus Community Pride
Inclusivity, safety, and empowerment stood at the heart of the...
Prizm News / June 14, 2019 / By Ken Schneck
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the new Cleveland LGBT CenterPhoto by Jackie Bertolette
The LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland cuts the ribbon on their historic new building
By Ken Schneck
Hundreds gathered on Friday for...
Prizm News / April 1, 2019 / By David-Elijah Nahmod
"Now that there is more visibility, people are hearing our stories in new ways," says singer/songwriter Eli Conley, who will perform Wednesday in Oberlin, where he graduated from college in 2008. (Photo by Brooke Porter)
A Tuesday workshop and...
Prizm News / April 1, 2019 / By Prizm News
(Photo by Corey Melton)
Gregory A. King
Hometown: KentIdentifies As: GayPronouns: He/Him/His
When Gregory King was a grad student in Texas, he was asked to read the works of scholars who represented a...
Prizm News / March 25, 2019 / By Troy Anthony Harris
Writer Troy Anthony Harris (Left) sits with Mozaic Community Engagement Coordinator Sile “Luster” Singleton (Right) for an intimate Q&A.
Her name is Sile. AKA Luster De La Virgion. AKA Lustivius De La Virgione...
By Troy Anthony...
Prizm News / March 22, 2019 / By Bob Vitale
Above and below: On the March 21 episode of "RuPaul's Drag Race," Andrew Levitt talks about a time during his days at Denison University when he was targeted by anti-gay "underground hate group." (Photos captured from VH1 broadcast)