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Protesters march in Colorado Springs to honor LGBTQ community and support for Black Lives Matter
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As Pride Month events across the U.S. were canceled out of COVID-19 concerns, a group of about 200 people gathered in downtown Colorado Springs to honor the LGBTQ community and show their support for ongoing protests related to Black Lives Matter.

Bill Burr Stand-Up Monologue - SNL
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Host Bill Burr does stand-up about the COVID-19 pandemic, cancel culture and white women.

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El Paso's LGBTQ community holds solidarity march for Black Lives Matter
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El Paso's LGBTQ community holds solidarity march for Black Lives Matter

Black LGBTQ Pioneers Promo
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In celebration of Black History Month, Phillip Alexander Downie commemorates the Black LGBTQ pioneers who have exceeded the expectations placed upon them, and surmounted hurdles some called ‘impossible’ to overcome. In this two-part special we celebrate the remarkable people that have changed our path in history, and made the world a better place. Fighting for a voice in their time that sent cultural and artistic shockwaves, and inspiring the voices of the next generation with their actions and ideas—they have fought not to garner acclaim, but to promote love and equality.  

This two-part special will be available in the coming days on MMC Channel 16 and on our YouTube channel.
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Montgomery Municipal Cable (MMCTV) is a government access station in Montgomery County, MD. MMC was designed to increase community awareness among the citizens of the county by broadcasting municipal events, educational programs and interviews with elected officials and other noteworthy individuals. You can find MMC on Channel 16 on Comcast, Verizon and RCN every evening as well as 24/7 access to our online video archives. Channel 16 is a member of the PEG Network (Public Education and Government) of Montgomery County. We are able to provide programming due to the continued support from the municipalities within the county.

We are located in the Kensington Town Hall/Armory. We have a state of the art, all virtual studio which allows us to change the background for each of our programs. All of our programs are produced and hosted by municipal and county residents who volunteer their time as a way of communicating a topic they are passionate about for the residents of Montgomery County.

MMC’s programming includes shows that provide the public with information pertaining to health and wellness, politics, business, the arts and life planning including services, organizations and local events. We also have programs for the Hispanic community. Whether you’re looking to hear from your elected officials about what’s going on in our community or if you are looking for volunteer opportunities close to home, MMC has something of interest for everyone in the county.

How the LGBTQ community created voguing
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Vogue, the dance, not the magazine.

Voguing is fairly new, created in the 80s, compared to the New York City drag ballroom scene which goes back to at least the 1920s. The dance's name is borrowed from Vogue magazine. The movements that define voguging are also styled after the model poses in Vogue. Willi Ninja, considered the godfather of vogue, also drew inspirations from some unlikely sources such as mimes and martial arts. Voguing also happens at Kiki balls—like a junior legeauge before the main competitions of the ballroom scene. In the LGBTQ community voguing is more than just a popular dance fad co-opted into mainstream. Surrogate families called houses are also a major part of the ballroom scene.

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Breast Cancer: Risks and Challenges for Black, Latinx and LGBTQ People
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Nicole Mitchell, MD, an obstetrician-gynecologist with Keck Medicine of USC, discusses the disparities often faced by Black, Latinx and LGBTQ people regarding breast cancer detection and treatment outcomes, as well as what patients can do to counter them.

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The Road to Liberation: Centering Economic Justice for Black LGBTQ People
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Watch NCLR's virtual event to highlight poverty in the Black LGBTQ community and to honor the lives of Black and poor LGBTQ people who remain resilient despite the challenges they experience. To build community awareness of and mobilization against Black LGBTQ poverty, we held a panel with a performance from Cakes Da Killa. The panel explored the causes and the policy and non-policy solutions needed to address Black LGBTQ poverty.

Moderated by Imara Jones, Founder & Producer, TransLash Media

Angelina Nordstrom, President, Chicago LGBTQ Workers Center
Kenyon Farrow, Managing Director of Advocacy and Organizing, PrEP4All
Kim L. Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank
Tyrone Hanley, Senior Policy Counsel, NCLR

*Featuring a specific performance by Cakes Da Killa

Amplify Ohio: Addressing Health Disparities Impacting Black & LGBTQ Communities
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With help from the Local Media Association (LMA), three Ohio News Publishers are uniting together in a new initiative called “Amplify Ohio” with a goal of publishing stories together that focuses on health disparities impacting the local Ohio Black and LGBTQ communities they serve. Their collaborative storytelling will use available tools such as podcasts, videos, explainers and more.

On the business side, the LMA team will work with consultants to launch a community contribution portal for all three publishers: Black Girl Media, Columbus Black and the Buckeye Flame, with hopes to create a common technology stack and seamless user experience that can possibly be deployed in other local markets to help provide an innovative system for publishers to collaborate together on common topics.

In this segment of E&P Reports, publisher Mike Blinder chats with Nancy Lane, CEO of The Local Media Association who is helping fund and guide the project, along with: Shana Black, founder and publisher of Black Girl Media; Kevin Lloyd, founder and chief executive officer of Columbus Black and Ken Schneck, editor of The Buckeye Flame speak on their common goals to help address the health care disparities their readers experience, plus other common topics of concern their communities share with each other. 

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The LGBTQ+ Lie - Stephen Black on LIFE Today Live
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A man freed from homosexuality shares his story and addresses the aggressive agenda attacking families today.

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Adam Rippon's Favorite Black-owned and LGBTQ-Friendly Restaurant in San Antonio
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Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon hits up Wayne's Wings in San Antonio, Texas, where he has a unique connection through the LGBTQ+ community to owner Wayne and his daughter, Jess. He shows love to his favorite fried chicken restaurant and talks to them about the efforts Wayne has made to make his restaurant safe and inclusive before leaving a surprise gift to support them and the business during this challenging time.. Adam Rippon supports Village North, presented by Google. @Google

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Are Men Allowed To Cry? Michael Arceneaux On Mental Health & LGBTQ Awareness | Black Coffee
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Guest Michael Arceneaux chats with hosts Marc Lamont Hill, Gia Peppers & Jameer Pond about mental health in the Black community, men being able to cry, LGBTQ awareness and Rihanna stating she's not as outgoing people really think she is.



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Protest Led By LGBTQ Support For Black Lives Matter Underway In West Hollywood
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A protest led by group LGBTQ Support for Black Lives Matter was underway in West Hollywood Wednesday afternoon at the intersection on Santa Monica and La Cienega Boulevard.

Hozier - Take Me To Church (Official Video)
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Check out the official music video for "Take Me To Church" by Hozier

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Music video by Hozier performing Take Me To Church. (C) 2014 Rubyworks Limited under assignment to Universal Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited

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The first LGBTQ TV Series with a majority black cast with Darryl Stephens
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Actor Darryl Stephens broke ground with his character, Noah, from Noah’s Ark—the first LGBTQ show with a majority black cast. He shares his experiences on the show and the state of LGBTQ media representation on. . . The Q Agenda!


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A Rhode Island lawmaker is whining that she "lost" her black friend because she is white...and she's blaming Critical Race Theory.

Rhode Island State Representative Patricia Morgan set Twitter on fire yesterday when she made the outrage claim.

In the tweet, the Republican lawmaker complained that her friend had become "hostile and unpleasant" towards her--simply because she's a white woman.

"Is that what teachers and our political leaders really want for our society? Divide us because of our skin color? #CRT," Morgan wrote.

On Wednesday Roland Martin spoke with Rhode Island State Senator Tiara Mack, Morgan's one "black friend".

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Episode 001 | Being In The Music Industry As A Black LGBTQ Artist
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We’ve been holding back a lot of content until 2021. One of the projects we’re excited about releasing are our #ArtistTableTalkDiscussions!! Make sure you stay tuned for release dates and topics, you never know who you’re going to see and what they’re going to say! Episode 1 - Being In The Music Industry As A Black LGBTQ Artist �️‍� #FOLDTVNETWORK #LacieAndFreshieProductions #2021

EP 4: Love + Teach the Babies: Black LGBTQ Mental Health
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Mr. David Johns of the National Black Justice Coalition is an educator, an unapologetic advocate for youths who far too often find themselves neglected or ignored, and so much more. We are honored to have him on this episode to talk about his passion for young people’s mental health and share with us the many important lessons that he learned in the process of helping them figure out their identities and navigate the environment in which they live and grow up in. Tune in to find out what he means when he says there is no such thing as a problem child, what parents can do to communicate better with their teenagers and kids, and other invaluable tools and insights in this episode.


Working with mental health in youths: Why it’s important to David.
Lessons learned in his work.
The omnipresence of white supremacy in data.
How you listen to learn and not listen to respond.
Why adults need to hold themselves accountable for their failures.
Why do we keep boxing our Black youths? How can we stop and do better?

“Too often adults seek to solve problems for youths without ever asking them what's wrong. The question is usually, ‘What's wrong with you?’ We don't ask, ‘What's wrong?’”

“Whenever people talk about young people, for me, it's important that young people are able to talk for themselves and whenever young people are centered for me, it's important that people hold space for the fullness of their diversity.”


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Pete Buttigieg on making LGBTQ History, Black voters and where he goes from here
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Los Angeles Times sports and culture columnist LZ Granderson sat down with Pete Buttigieg, former Democratic nominee for president, to discuss his feelings on Pride, his historic campaign and what he could have done better with Black voters.


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