Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Gay Columbus TV Anchor Under Fire for Anti-Trans Remark at LGBTQ Event

Prizm News / September 10, 2018 / By Bob Vitale While hosting an LGBTQ journalists' gathering, Marshall McPeek made a derogatory reference to transgender attendees and was immediately called out. By Bob Vitale Transgender activists and allies are incensed over comments made at an LGBTQ...

LGBTQ Leaders Send Columbus Police Chief ‘Request for Understanding, Patience and Restraint’ 

  'We respect and support those working to amplify the voices of marginalized communities,' group says.   Leaders of LGBTQ groups in Central Ohio have sent the following letter to Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs about police presence at next month's Columbus...

Cincinnati Teens Are Transitioning With the World

Their families are supportive, their schools are trying, and their futures are bright. Is it a sign that society is being fixed?   A Conversation With Staley Munroe Prizm creative director Staley Munroe sat down recently with three fellow transgender Ohioans to...

Interim Director Set to Lead Stonewall Columbus as National Search Begins

Prizm News / April 27, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Rothan steps down today, but she'll continue as a consultant until Stonewall's building project is finished. By Bob Vitale Stonewall Columbus will start charting its future on a "blank sheet of paper" in coming weeks as...

Cuyahoga County Democrats Snub Ground-Breaking LGBTQ Legislator

Prizm News / February 9, 2018 / By Bob Vitale Nickie Antonio says she's running for the Ohio Senate and 'even more committed to the cause.' Many in the party and community are standing with her.   By Bob Vitale Cuyahoga County Democrats—the...

Black LGBTQ Activists Found Guilty on 6 of 8 Counts

  They were part of a group that protested at last year's Columbus Pride parade.   By Bob Vitale  A Franklin County jury convicted three black and LGBTQ activists Monday on six misdemeanor counts stemming from a 2017 Columbus Pride protest of police violence, violence against trans...

The Dock in Cincinnati Is the Latest Ohio Gay Bar Set to Close

Prizm News / February 7, 2018 / By Bob Vitale The state of Ohio has bought the nightclub to make way for nearby bridge improvements, but its final night isn't yet certain.       By Bob Vitale Say goodbye to another gay bar: The...

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...

Gay Council Member to Run for Mayor of Newark, Ohio

Prizm News / February 4, 2019 / By Bob Vitale https://youtu.be/VM6HKG-nEtI Jeremy Blake announces his run for mayor of Newark. Top photo: Blake was sworn in for his second term on the Newark...

On Building a Better Community

. Reflections on the racial divide in LGBTQ Columbus—and how we can fix it. . By D.A. Steward A week before 10 people interrupted the Columbus Pride parade last June to protest police brutality, call attention to violence against transgender women of color...
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