Saturday, January 19, 2019

Art for Life Raises $1 Million for Equitas Health Services

Prizm News / September 16, 2018 / By Prizm News   The 2018 total is a record for Ohio's LGBTQ and HIV health network. 'We are deeply grateful,' CEO Bill Hardy says.   By Prizm News Donations are still being received and counted, but...

Annual Holiday Fundraiser Shows the Heart of Toledo

Prizm News / November 7, 2017 / By Austin Mariasy A holiday party started by a group of gay friends in 1977 is now Ohio’s oldest LGBTQ community fundraiser. Next month, Toledo’s Holiday With Heart Gayla will deck the halls...

Springfield Commissioners to Vote on Nondiscrimination Ordinance

Prizm News / January 29, 2018 / By Bob Vitale The city would become the 20th in Ohio to include gender identity and sexual orientation in its local anti-bias laws.   By Bob Vitale Springfield could become the 20th Ohio municipality to ban discrimination...

Online Petition Asks Columbus to Install Rainbow Crosswalks in the Short North

Prizm News / December 18, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Cities across the world have turned pedestrian crossings into symbols of pride.   By Bob Vitale More than 1,500 people have signed an online petition asking Columbus officials to turn a crosswalk in the Short...
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No Wonder Mike DeWine Doesn’t Want to Talk About LGBTQ Issues

Prizm News / September 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale   From his votes against AIDS funding in the 1990s to his push to keep discrimination legal today, the Republican candidate for governor of Ohio has a record that speaks for...

Will a Rainbow Wave Sweep LGBTQ Candidates Into Office?

Prizm News / October 1, 2018 / By Bob Vitale In Ohio and across the nation, members of our community are stepping up and entering the political fray. (Correction: In the October issue of Prizm, we mistakenly reported that Democrat Taylor...

Black Pride 4 Protesters on Trial This Week in Columbus

Prizm News / February 6, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Three face misdemeanor charges of that include resisting arrest, while a fourth activist faces more serious felony charges. By Bob Vitale  Trials begin today for three queer and trans activists who were arrested last June during the...

Transgender Cincinnati Teen Fights Parents in Court

By Prizm News A court case with echoes of Leelah Alcorn is making news in Cincinnati. A 16-year-old transgender boy, backed by Hamilton County social workers, has asked a local judge to allow him treatment at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. His parents...

PRIZM Digital Issue August 2018

PRIZM News, August 2018

On the Campaign Trail With Ohio’s 2018 LGBTQ Candidates

Prizm News / November 6, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Eleven members of our community hope to serve their local communities in state, local and federal office. After a long campaign, today is decision day.   By Prizm News Today, they're voting and...
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