Marin nonprofit part of global effort to end AIDS

In Marin County, there are some 648 individuals living with HIV while in the Republic of Malawi, a country in southeastern Africa, about a million people are believed to be infected. Despite the vast difference in the number of people affected, those fighting the...

Marin Voice: AIDS Day a time to assess and continue progress

World AIDS Day is Dec. 1, a day when we recognize the impact of HIV/AIDS in this country and around the world. It’s a day to think about all those who have been lost, but also to recognize the medical advances that have been achieved in the past 10 years. Today, many...

World AIDS Day 2017

World AIDS Day is December 1st, a day when we recognize the impact of HIV/AIDS in this country and around the world. It’s a day to think about all those who have been lost, but also to recognize the medical advances that have been achieved in the last ten years....

November 20th is Transgender Day of Remembrance

Rev. Dr. Erin Swenson Preaches on Transgender Day of Remembrance All are welcome to join us on Monday, November 20th! In partnership with the Center for Innovation in Ministry, and the Jane Adams Spahr Reconciliation Project, SFTS welcomes guest preacher Rev. Dr. Erin...

Virginia Elects Its First Openly Transgender State Lawmaker

Democrat Danica Roem defeated the Republican who wrote the anti-trans bathroom bill. By Daniel Marans Democrat Danica Roem defeated Virginia Del. Bob Marshall (R) on Tuesday, becoming the first openly transgender state lawmaker in Virginia. Roem is now delegate-elect...

Annual State of the LGBTQ Movement Update

Horizons Foundation’s Q Series wraps up its year with a comprehensive analysis of the state of the LGBTQ movement as seen by some of its most outstanding leaders. Join high-profile national and international leaders as they highlight the advancements and...