NYU Langone Workers Celebrate Pride Month On Long IslandDozens of staff members lined up in the hospital's parking lot to spell out "PRIDE" while others literally shouted from the rooftops.
LGBTQ+ Mural Vandalized In Elizabeth, N.J., But Activists Say They Will Restore It To Symbolize Subject's ResilienceRed spray paint now covers the face of two murals of the transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson in Elizabeth. CBS2 was with artist Malcolm Rolling when he saw the damage for the first time.
'Hope In A Box' Program Aims To Promote LGBTQ-Inclusive Curriculums At Public SchoolsThe power of literature and storytelling can change lives. For kids, books can open a window of understanding and acceptance of LGBTQ individuals. #TogetherInPride
Pride Month: LGBTQ+ Community Making Inroads In Corporate America, But Knows Much More Work Must Be DonePride Month is here and in the weeks ahead, there will be events across the region -- some in person, some virtual.
Pride Month Kicks Off Worldwide After Year Of Pandemic CancelationsThe New York City Pride March was canceled last year because of the pandemic, but it's back this year on June 27.
AIDS Walk: Those Living With HIV Say Advances In Treatment Have Been Incredible, As Has The Support SystemAs we countdown to AIDS Walk this weekend, CBS2 wants to share the stories of two New Yorkers who have been living with HIV for decades. One is a loving mother and the other a Broadway star.
Rye City Council Votes To Fly LGBTQ+ Flag At City Hall For Pride MonthA City Council member requested to raise the flag at City Hall during Pride month, but some on the council were concerned the city had no policy on which flags can or cannot be flown.
LGBTQ Community Fighting To Get Pride Flag Flown Outside Rye City Hall In JuneIn May of 2020, a City Council member requested to raise the flag for the month of June on a municipal flag pole, but some on the council were concerned the city had no policy on which flags can or can't be flown.
House Passes Equality Act, Bolstering Legal Protections For LGBTQ AmericansThe bill passed by a vote of 224 to 206, with three Republicans joining Democrats in voting "yes."
NYC Gives LGBTQ Business Owners Minority Designations When Competing For City ContractsThe new designation is in partnership with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce and overseen by New York City’s department of small business services.
Grand Opening Held For Queens Housing Complex Devoted To LGBTQ CommunityGLITS South in Woodhaven, Queens, will be the first housing complex in New York City owned by the Black trans community.