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This Tuesday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m., our "Positive Living" support group will explore the subject of HIV/AIDS and aging with Mazzoni Behavioral Health Consultant Charles Grove, PhD, LCSW.  If you are an LGBTQ person living with HIV/AIDS, we hope you’ll join us – and share this opportunity with
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What do social and emotional supports have to do with health outcomes?  A great deal, as it turns out – particularly when it comes to the bisexual community.
 
March marks the fourth consecutive year that the Boston-based Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) will celebrate Bisexual Health Awareness Month (BHAM).  Through a dedicated social media campaign, BHAM aims to raise awareness of health disparities within the bisexual+ community and Read more...
2017 Justice in Action Honoree Mara Keisling
More than 160 people attended this year’s Justice in Action luncheon on Friday, February 10 at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, which raised a record-breaking $62,000 in support of Mazzoni Center Legal Services.  Event co-chairs Michael D. Soileau and Jessica Meller, Esq., expressed their gratitude to guests and sponsors for their generous support. 
 
“We’re very fortunate to have a community of legal professionals and so many others in Philadelphia who recognize and Read more...
Starting in March, every first Friday of the month from 9:00 p.m. to midnight, Mazzoni Center’s The Real Impact Project (aka TRIP) will host "TRIP Nights" at the Washington West Project (1201 Locust Street). TRIP Nights offers a safe space for gay/bisexual men of color to come and express themselves in a freeing environment with peers along with providing testing for Read more...
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The 2017 Academy Award winner for Best Picture, Moonlight, has been described in a number of ways – as a queer film, a Black film, a love story, a tragic tale. And its main character, Chiron, has been typically defined as a young Black boy coming of age and to terms with his sexuality while growing up in poverty in Miami’s Liberty City projects. And while these descriptions aren’t inaccurate, they also feel somehow Read more...