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Oxygen Network and National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) partner to promote The Prancing Elites Project

From Paul Kawata, Executive Director, NMAC National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) is partnering with the Oxygen Network to provide information and resources for their new show, The Prancing Elites Project.  The show airs every Wednesday at 10 p.m. on Oxygen.  It follows a group of young non-gender conforming black gay men from Mobile, Ala and their joy […]

Unmasking Black Gay Privilege

Huffington Post | David G. Savage Whereas “white male privilege” is widely debated, a study by Princeton University researcher David S. Pedulla suggests that black gay men may benefit from forms of privilege as well. Such an idea is counterintuitive to many people who consider black gay men to be triply disadvantaged — subjected, individually […]

Jewel’s Catch One disco’s demise

Los Angeles Times | Tre’vell Anderson In sequined dresses and leather jackets, afro puffs and high-top fades, they lined up outside the stucco nightclub on Pico Boulevard off Crenshaw, sometimes wrapping around the block. Once inside, they danced under strobe lights and a lone disco ball in the center of two of its seven rooms. […]

“Fixed” selected for the 2014 African American Women In Cinema Festival

“Fixed” will have its debut screening next month in New York City at the African American Women In Cinema International Film Festival (AAWIC Festival). The African American Women in Cinema Festival is held annually in NYC. Their mission is to expand, explore and create business opportunities for minority female filmmakers throughout the entertainment industry. It is […]