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In our effort to provide information to the community, we serve as a distribution point for the following publications:
Between The Lines Newspaper, MetroTimes Newspaper, BLAC Magazine, Gay Parent Magazine, Healthy Black Men, Out Post Magazine, Pride Life, POZ Magazine, Pridesource Magazine, Swerv Magazine, The Unleashed Voice.
Steph White, Executive Director of Equality Michigan and Curtis Lipscomb, Executive Director of LGBT Detroit co-hosts the radio program, The Agenda. Every Monday night at 8:00 pm, The Agenda is the program where the gay, lesbian, bi and transgender people of Michigan share stories and discuss issues.
Talk Tuesday offers valuable educational services to its constituents. The program is a series of educational workshops containing expert-led subject matter providing important information to the community.
Stay up to date on Talk Tuesday Topics through Facebook.
Woman 2 Woman
Woman 2 Woman provides women who self identify as lesbian or bi-attractional a safe space to discuss issues specific to women. Additionally, Woman 2 Woman provides the lesbian, bi-attractional communities a safe space to discuss, divulge and learn. Self healing and sisterhood, through open and honest dialogue, guide activities.
The LGBT Detroit Leadership Academy
An 8-week course to prepare the future leaders of the LGBT movement. We believe that the longevity and success of the program serves as a model for leadership development for LGBT and allied young adults around the country.
The Forever Faithful Project
The Forever Faithful Project is a campaign dedicated to changing hearts and minds and creating welcoming congregations. This effort engages and works with clergy, faith leaders and Detroit’s diverse faith community in support of marriage equality.
Breaking the Cycle
Through data based research, Breaking The Cycle addresses issues of substance abuse and recovery in LGBT community. In partnership with The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services — Tobacco Section, LGBT Detroit disseminates information about tobacco usage in the LGBT/HIV community, how to quit, stay healthy, seek HIV/AIDS testing sites and care providers.
End AIDS. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that Community Health Awareness Group (CHAG) has been awarded a Cooperative Agreement to implement Comprehensive High-Impact HIV Prevention Projects for Community-Based Organizations. CHAG will provide HIV prevention services for members of racial/ethnic minority communities. These services will focus on those at greatest risk of acquiring and transmitting HIV infection, syphilis and hepatitis B and C. In partnership with Teen HYPE and LGBT Detroit, African American Men Having Sex with Men (MSM) and high risk heterosexuals is targeted, with a focus on youth 15-24.
Many Men, Many Voices (3MV)
Many Men, Many voices is a part of LGBT Detroit End AIDS program. This program is a high-impact HIV prevention program that seeks to address the social, cultural, and individual barriers to help keep HIV-negative men, negative. Going further, 3MV takes young gay and bisexual men age 15-24, and engages them in what sex practices place them at higher-risk for HIV transmission and infection.
3MV is a partner program with Community Health Awareness Group.
LGBT Cancer Action Councils
LGBT Detroit is gathering LGBT Cancer survivors, caretakers and advocates to advance community research capacity around LGBTQ cancer experiences. Detroit HealthLink is a region-wide coalition to address cancer-related needs in metropolitan Detroit. Funded in 2016 by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, Detroit HealthLInk brings together community members, community-based organizations, and cancer researchers to develop research ideas as well as educational and service-based programs.
The Michigan Coalition for HIV Health and Safety
The Michigan Coalition for HIV Health and Safety is focused on modernizing the current HIV criminalization law. In Michigan, a person living with HIV can go to prison for up to 4 years for not disclosing their status before any sexual activity, even if there is little or no risk of transmission. HIV is the only virus in Michigan that has a felony to which it is attached. The MI Coalition for HIV Health and Safety has unified around principles for a modernized law.