MONA Clears Another Hurdle

May 28, 2018

As an openly gay man, Greg Razer  – Missouri State Representative, District 25 – has taken the lead to help get MONA through the Missouri House and Senate. This past month, they reached a milestone […]

Attendance Rises for Equality Teen Prom

May 22, 2018

Setting an attendance record, more than 135 youth attended the Kansas City Center for Inclusion’s (KCCI) Equality Teen Prom. KCCI hosts this annual free event to give teens an opportunity to express themselves in a […]

Camp 10 – Casey Toomay

May 22, 2018

I’m happy to say that warm weather is here as I look out at the lush green leaves and the flowers blooming! For this month, I had the opportunity to interview Casey Toomay, assistant city […]

Samantha’s Corner – June, 2018

May 22, 2018

Whew. The past month has been incredible. There has been so much going on in the Kansas City area from AIDS Walk to our Third Annual Equality Teen Prom. I was selected by CenterLink, the […]

Billy Gilman ‘Voices’ His Pride!

May 22, 2018

“My life is 99.99 percent creativity, and for creativity you need hope, you need love, and you need an element of passion,” quips out and very proud Singer-Songwriter Billy Gilman. “But if there is a doubt or […]

CampBiz – May, 2018

May 3, 2018

It’s spring, finally! Your dance card will soon be full with the many events happening in the next few weeks, including AIDS Walk, now in its 30th year, on April 28. In this issue, we […]

30 Years of AIDS Walks In KC Began Quite Quietly

May 3, 2018

April 1988 was a busy time for Kansas City’s LGBT community. The Heartland Men’s Chorus was preparing for its spring concert at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. A summer bowling league was starting at Mission Bowl. […]

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