Sufficient As I aM (SAIM) is a support group for LGBTQ youth who are 24 years old and younger. SAIM is primarily a discussion group in which participating youth decide what to talk about. The only rule is to be respectful of others' viewpoints; bullying is not allowed.
The Den is a safe haven where youth and young adults can safely gather to get the resources, services, role models, encouragement, and positive social connections that address the constellation of challenges they face. Located on the first floor of the GLCCB, The Den serves Maryland youth aged 13-24. The Den also sponsors youth safe-space events at various community venues.
The Board of Directors of the FreeState Legal Project (FreeState) announced July 12 the appointment of Aaron S. Merki as executive director.
Have you ever come up with the most brilliant concept for a LGBT-centric film and began doodling plot devices on the back of a cocktail napkin? Well, here’s your chance to finally piece everything together and get that script into the right hands. The One In Ten Screenplay contest, the world’s largest LGBTQ screenplay competition, is currently seeking aspiring screenwriters for submissions for its 14th annual contest. Entries are now being accepted online through September 1 and are limited to the first 600 submissions.
The Board of Directors of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland (GLCCB) hosted a town hall meeting June 25 to inform LGBT community members about recent changes.
For tons of useful information regarding the upcoming Baltimore Pride 2012 weekend, including the Twilight on the Terrace event, High Heel Race, Pride Parade, Pride Block Party (with headliner Neon Hitch), and Pride Festival, we invite to visit the official Baltimore Pride website at www.BaltimorePride.org.
Raised in a small West Virginia town, Paul Fowler grew up gardening. "I've been gardening for as long as I can remember, probably since I was 8 or 9. So I've been doing it for 35, 40 years." He learned how to garden by approaching it hands-on as well as by talking to other gardeners. And he seeks opportunities to educate himself: Paul and Frank have gone on several trips that include tours of private gardens.
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center of Baltimore (GLCCB) has started a comprehensive strategic planning process. With the help of funding from the Goldseker Foundation's Management Assistance Grants, the GLCCB has contracted with Baltimore-based woman-owned Strategic Management Consulting, LLC to facilitate this planning process.