Third Annual Forum In Review: Aint No Hurt Like Church Hurt

LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent held its  third annual forum on January 31, 2015.  The title of the forum was “Ain’t No Hurt Like Church Hurt: Has Your Religious Experience Been Harmful or Liberating?” The title proved to be inviting and challenging for many. Because most of us understand what it has meant to …

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Daily News Spotlights LGBTFLoad 2015 Forum

Screenshot of Daily News Article on 2015 Forum

Click on the picture of the article to read the Daily News’ spotlight on our upcoming 2015 Annual Forum “Aint No Hurt Like Church Hurt” scheduled for Sat. Jan. 31st, 2015.

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Let’s Go Shopping!

LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent is proud to announce it’s first item for sale on our website. You may now purchase a copy of the following DVD on our “Shop” page using PayPal or a debit card. How do Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people raised in faith traditions reconcile their spiritual …

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Celebrating our Bus Shelter Photo Project

We are proud to celebrate our Bus Shelter Photo Project, which consisted of posting a number of announcements at bus shelters in predominantly African-American areas, announcing that you do not have to abandon your religious identity because of your gender identity/orientation. We listed our website as a resource for finding welcoming and affirming congregations. It …

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Environmental Justice and Communities of Faith

The Thomas Berry Forum for Ecological Dialogue @ Iona College Hosts a very important Black History Month event “Environmental Justice and Communities of Faith: A  Call to Action from African American Faith Leaders” LGBT FLoAD member Min. F. Romall Smalls will be a panelist. Thursday, February 19, 2015   7PM – 9PM       …

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