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COVID-19-Agencies-offering-services-resources-during-pandemic

  COVID-19 Agencies offering services, resources during pandemic

AIDS Foundation of Chicago and Center on Halsted have partnered on a helpline for persons with HIV/AIDS who need assistance with rent and/or utilities. Call 844-HUB-4040. Brave Space Alliance ( BSA ) announced March 15 that ...


Most-Cook-County-cases-postponed-video-appearances-ordered

  Most Cook County cases postponed; video appearances ordered

Citing COVID-19-related concerns, Chief Judge Timothy C. Evans entered an order that extends the postponement of many criminal and civil cases in the Circuit Court of Cook County through Monday, May 18. The order also expands ...


COVID-19-Forest-preserves-being-monitored-for-overcrowding

  COVID-19 Forest preserves being monitored for overcrowding

The Forest Preserves of Cook County remain open, but specific locations have been closed that do not allow visitors to follow social distancing and other public health guidelines for COVID-19. At a March 29 press conference ...


COVID-19-closed-churches-and-LGBTQ-Catholics

  COVID-19, closed churches and LGBTQ Catholics

BY FRANCIS DEBERNARDO

Is anyone anywhere around the globe thinking about anything other than COVID-19, the coronavirus that has paralyzed almost all human activity? I imagine that very few are. The cloud of the virus hangs over everything from ...


COVID-19-AFC-gala-moved-to-Nov-21

  COVID-19 AFC gala moved to Nov. 21

Because of coronavirus-related concerns, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago ( AFC ) is postponing its 35th-anniversary gala until Saturday, Nov. 21, at Hilton Chicago, 720 S. Michigan Ave., 6-11 p.m. In a statement, AFC President/CEO John ...


Chicagoan-alleges-anti-trans-bias-against-Orangetheory-location

  Chicagoan alleges anti-trans bias against Orangetheory location

Following two years of repeated requests to address alleged anti-trans discrimination at Orangetheory Fitness Chicago-Edgewater, non-binary Chicagoan Jes Scheinpflug posted about their experiences on their blog to raise awareness about the issue. However, the company has ...


International-AIDS-Conference-to-go-digital

  International AIDS Conference to go digital

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 23rd International AIDS Conference ( AIDS 2020 ), to be held July 6-10, will become the first virtual edition of the International AIDS Conference. An announcement from AIDS 2020 International ...


Pride-at-Work-on-COVID-19-working-people-AAPIs

  Pride at Work on COVID-19, working people, AAPIs

Statement from Pride at Work: We know this is a very concerning time for everyone right now, and we are reaching out to provide important information pertinent to LGBTQ workers. Many of you are on the ...


Coalition-of-states-fighting-Texas-on-blocking-abortions-during-pandemic

  Coalition of states fighting Texas on blocking abortions during pandemic

NEW YORK — New York Attorney General Letitia James today announced that she will be building and leading a multistate coalition of attorneys general from around the country to ensure women nationwide can continue to have ...


Fundraisers-online-for-workers-sidelined-by-Chicago-bar-closings

  Fundraisers online for workers sidelined by Chicago bar closings

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor JB Pritzker has ordered the closing of all bars and restaurants for dine-in business through April 7, 2020. This is a necessary action to stem to transmission of ...


COVID-19-Ramirez-Rosa-urges-undocumented-locals-to-apply-for-housing-help

  COVID-19 Ramirez-Rosa urges undocumented locals to apply for housing help

Chicago Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa ( 35th Ward ) issued a press release urging undocumented Chicagoans to apply for the city's COVID-19 Housing Assistance Grant. The grant, announced March 27 by the Department of Housing and Mayor ...


COVID-19-LGBT-Chicagoans-weather-pandemics-economic-storm

  COVID-19: LGBT Chicagoans weather pandemic's economic storm

Millions of U.S. residents will face uncertain financial futures as the coronavirus pandemic unfolds. Nearly 3.3 million people filed new unemployment claims the week of March 23, while economic activity has ground to a virtual halt ...


COVID-19-Chicago-lakefront-trails-closed-to-public

  COVID-19 Chicago lakefront, trails closed to public

Chicago aldermen have noted to their constituents that their access to public places has been curtailed. Starting March 26, all of Chicago's lakefront with its adjoining parks will be closed to the public until further notice. ...


Raven-Theatre-postpones-world-premiere-of-Eden-Prairie-1971-due-to-COVID-19

  Raven Theatre postpones world premiere of Eden Prairie, 1971 due to COVID-19

CHICAGO ( March 25, 2020 ) — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Raven Theatre today announced it will postpone its upcoming world premiere of Mat Smart's Eden Prairie, 1971, directed by Henry Wishcamper, originally scheduled ...


COVID-19-Quigley-Larsen-urge-FDA-to-allow-healthy-gay-bi-men-to-donate-blood

  COVID-19 Quigley, Larsen urge FDA to allow healthy gay, bi men to donate blood

U.S. Reps. Mike Quigley ( D-Illinois ) and Rick Larsen ( D-Washington ) urged the Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) to overturn the FDA's guidance on blood donation by men who have sex with ...


Federal-REAL-ID-deadline-extended-to-Oct-1-2021

  Federal REAL ID deadline extended to Oct. 1, 2021

Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security ( DHS ) has extended the federal REAL ID deadline an additional year to Oct. 1, 2021. DHS cited the COVID-19 pandemic ...


Gay-ex-NBA-player-Jason-Collins-tests-positive-for-coronavirus

  Gay ex-NBA player Jason Collins tests positive for coronavirus

Jason Collins—a former NBA player who became, in 2014, the first openly gay player to play in the league—said that he tested positive for the novel coronavirus, USA Today noted. "I believe I got it while ...


AFC-head-details-coronavirus-response-

  AFC head details coronavirus response

AIDS Foundation of Chicago ( AFC ) is among the Chicago agencies that have mobilized an aggressive response to the coronavirus crisis. AFC President and CEO John Peller, who has led the agency since 2014, discussed ...


Broadway-in-Chicago-updates-changes-in-show-schedules

  Broadway in Chicago updates changes in show schedules

(Chicago, March 24, 2020) The safety and health of our patrons, staff and theatrical companies is our top priority. In response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) here is an update of the shows that are ...


Police-fire-officials-joint-Dept-Public-Health-work-to-protect-first-responder

  Police, fire officials joint Dept. Public Health work to protect first responder

CHICAGO — Chicago Police Superintendent Charlie Beck and Chicago Fire Department Commissioner Richard Ford II today joined Chicago Department of Public Health ( CDPH ) Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady to announce the latest efforts to keep ...


Poisoned-A-Snow-White-Rock-Musical-postponed

  Poisoned: A Snow White Rock Musical postponed

Statement from Michael Galloway of Pan's Flute Productions: In an effort to do our part in mitigating the spread of Covid-19, we made the hardest, and yet the best, decision to postpone our Production of Poisoned: ...


Cook-County-distributes-masks-gloves-to-area-first-responders

  Cook County distributes masks, gloves to area first responders

As area first responders experience a shortage of potentially life-saving coronavirus supplies, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced the Cook County Department of Emergency Management and Regional Security ( EMRS ) distributed more than 33,600 ...


Gov-Pritzker-announces-statewide-stay-at-home-order-for-COVID-19-containment

  Gov. Pritzker announces statewide stay at home order for COVID-19 containment

Chicago — Following the advice of leading public health experts around the globe, Governor JB Pritzker announced today has signed a statewide stay at home order, aiming to keep new cases of COVID-19 from rapidly increasing ...


Vital-Bridges-resumes-food-deliveries

  Vital Bridges resumes food deliveries

Vital Bridges, which had delivered meals to Chicagoans living with HIV/AIDS but ceased deliveries last year, resumed those deliveries March 21, according to activist Lori Cannon, who is program coordinator at the Vital Bridges North Side ...


Chief-judge-weighs-in-on-bail-reviews-during-COVID-19-epidemic

  Chief judge weighs in on bail reviews during COVID-19 epidemic

The Circuit Court of Cook County, under the direction of Chief Judge Timothy C. Evans, has taken a series of actions since March 13 to ensure that the court operates to hear all emergency matters, including ...


IML-postponed-due-to-coronavirus

  IML postponed due to coronavirus

Organizers of the annual International Mr. Leather ( IML ) celebration announced the morning of March 19 that the annual event—normally held each Memorial Day weekend—has been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 IML ...


Lightfoot-City-Hall-closed-to-public

  Lightfoot: City Hall closed to public

As part of an effort to ensure the health and safety of Chicago's residents and City employees, and to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 virus, Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot announced City Hall will not ...


CMSA-events-shut-down-through-May-9

  CMSA events shut down through May 9

Because of COVID-19-related concerns, The Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association ( CMSA ) is expanding its suspending all game play, team practices and social events through at least May 9, GoPride.com noted. "We are following the CDC ...


Autonomous-Tenants-Union-coalition-of-Chicago-groups-demand-rent-mortgage-freeze

  Autonomous Tenants Union, coalition of Chicago groups demand rent, mortgage freeze

CHICAGO — As COVID-19 spreads throughout the United States, making an indefinite period of social distancing vital for containing the outbreak, millions of Americans have, or will soon, lose their jobs. Because of this, instead of ...


COVID-19-Planned-Parenthood-consolidating-centers

  COVID-19 Planned Parenthood consolidating centers

In an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, Planned Parenthood of Illinois ( PPIL ) is taking proactive steps to protect its patients and staff. Beginning Monday, March 23, all PPIL services will be temporarily ...


HHS-not-enforcing-anti-discrimination-rules-LGBTQ-advocacy-groups-sue-

  HHS not enforcing anti-discrimination rules, LGBTQ advocacy groups sue

Homeless LGBTQ youth, elders, foster children at risk in pandemic

New York, NY — Today, three organizations serving vulnerable populations — Family Equality, True Colors United, and SAGE — sued the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for its unlawful November 2019 announcement that it ...


Tree-House-Humane-Society-promotes-cat-co-workers-good-company-for-work-at-homers-

  Tree House Humane Society promotes cat co-workers, good company for work-at-homers

CHICAGO, IL - The Coronavirus crisis has necessitated more people begin working from home than ever before. Social distancing can be isolating, but having a pet in the home can provide loving company to help pass ...


Telephone-Town-Hall-on-pandemic-with-Cong-Schakowsky-and-experts-March-20

  Telephone Town Hall on pandemic with Cong. Schakowsky and experts, March 20

U.S. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky presents a Telephone Town Hall discussion on the coronavirus pandemic with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former U.S. FDA Commissioner; Dr. Robert Murphy, Exective Director Northwestern University's Institute for Global Health and Terry Mason, ...


Milwaukee-PrideFest-postponed

  Milwaukee PrideFest postponed

Organizers of PrideFest, Wisconsin's largest LGBTQ+ event, announced that it will postpone its 2020 edition, originally scheduled for June 4-7 at the Henry W. Maier Festival Grounds, OnMilwaukee.com noted. Wes Shaver, president of Milwaukee Pride, Inc., ...


Beautiful-City-Project-online-funder-March-19-

  Beautiful City Project online funder March 19

The Beautiful City Project will host a concert on its Facebook and Instagram accounts on Thursday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 19. The organization will be raising money for Season of Concern ( ...


NQAPIA-denounces-racist-attacks-stemming-from-COVID-19-fears

  NQAPIA denounces racist attacks stemming from COVID-19 fears

The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance ( NQAPIA ) issued a statement denouncing "racist attacks, discrimination, and blatant xenophobia that has occurred in light of COVID-19 CoronaVirus." NQAPIA said, "While the coronavirus poses a very ...


Chicago-Symphony-events-canceled

  Chicago Symphony events canceled

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association (CSOA) announces that all CSOA-presented concerts at Symphony Center scheduled through at least the next 30 days (starting March 12) are canceled in an effort to limit community transmission of COVID-19. ...


LGBT-nightclubs-prepare-for-weeks-long-closings

  LGBT nightclubs prepare for weeks-long closings

Chicago-area nightclubs and restaurants, along with all food-and-beverage hospitality businesses in Illinois, received the order from state authorities the afternoon of March 15 to cease operations at the close of business the following day. The mandate ...


WORLD-Non-binary-ruling-Qantas-grounded-trans-actor-conversion-therapy

  WORLD Non-binary ruling, Qantas grounded, trans actor, conversion therapy

A British court ruled out adding a third option on passports for people who define themselves as neither male nor female, following a lengthy legal battle, Openly News reported. The Court of Appeal ruled in favour ...


NATIONAL-Curriculum-law-NY-trans-rule-Andrew-Gillum-LGBT-Health-Week-COVID-19

  NATIONAL Curriculum law, N.Y. trans rule, Andrew Gillum, LGBT Health Week, COVID-19

The U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina entered a consent decree that declares South Carolina's 1988 discriminatory anti-LGBTQ curriculum law unconstitutional and bars its enforcement, according to a joint statement from Campaign for ...


Windy-City-Times-serving-since-1985-seeking-community-support-

  Windy City Times, serving since 1985, seeking community support

Newest issue available by PDF, in news boxes and in businesses that remain open

Windy City Times is distributing this edition via our wonderful delivery crew, but only to open locations around the city, and our boxes. It is also available as a PDF download on the top right of ...


Stop-comparing-coronavirus-to-early-HIV-AIDS-Just-stop

  Stop comparing coronavirus to early HIV/AIDS. Just stop.

People ask me if our lives today feel like the early years of HIV/AIDS, and I want to scream. There is no comparison. Just stop. No one cared about people dying of AIDS in the early ...


Sister-Sheila-Lyne-dies-at-83

  Sister Sheila Lyne dies at 83

Sister Sheila Lyne—a member of the Religious Sisters of Mercy for 67 years who led Chicago's Mercy Hospital as president and CEO for decades, and also served as commissioner of public health for Chicago from 1991 ...


Gerber-Hart-will-be-closed-to-the-public-until-March-31

  Gerber/Hart will be closed to the public until March 31

In support of efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, Gerber/Hart will be closed to the public until March 31. Upcoming programs will be postponed or canceled: The March 25 Disappeared: Chicago's Lost Lesbian Bars film ...


COVID-19-guidelines-regarding-people-experiencing-homelessness

  COVID-19 guidelines regarding people experiencing homelessness

The Chicago Coalition for the Homeless released recommendations for state and local governmental response to COVID-19 among people experiencing homelessness. The coalition urges the City of Chicago to immediately identify government resources ( city, county, state, ...


Howard-Brown-Health-implementing-social-distancing-practices

  Howard Brown Health implementing social distancing practices

In order to prevent the further spread of the Coronavirus ( COVID-19 ) and in the interest of patient and staff safety, Howard Brown Health is implementing service changes and new procedures. NOTE: If you ...


Drivers-facilities-closed-through-March-31

  Drivers' facilities closed through March 31

Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced that all offices, including Driver Services facilities statewide, will be closed to the public due to the COVID-19 virus, and the health and safety recommendations by experts endorsing social ...


Chicago-businesses-groups-undertake-COVID-19-preparations

  Chicago businesses, groups undertake COVID-19 preparations

As Windy City Times neared its deadline, organizations and businesses within Chicago's LGBT community were readying to cope with measures undertaken by state and local authorities to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus. Gov. JB Pritzker ...


Brave-Space-Alliance-announces-online-programming-Crisis-Pantry-in-response-to-COVID-19-

  Brave Space Alliance announces online programming, Crisis Pantry in response to COVID-19

CHICAGO — Brave Space Alliance today announced a new slate of online and mutual aid programming in response to the threat of COVID-19, and the accompanying lack of critical supplies for the community. The South Side ...


Chicago-area-theaters-respond-to-health-crisis

  Chicago area theaters respond to health crisis

NOTE: The following information was accurate as of March 14. In a fluid and rapidly changing environment, new information is arriving daily, so check the websites of individual theater companies and venues. All of Chicago's larger ...


Chicago-and-state-issue-new-coronavirus-guidelines

  Chicago and state issue new coronavirus guidelines

Following CDC guidance and recommendations by local public health experts, the State of Illinois and the City of Chicago issued new guidance to residents to prevent further spread of coronavirus ( COVID-19 ), as of March ...


Test-Positive-Aware-Network-on-HIV-and-coronavirus

  Test Positive Aware Network on HIV and coronavirus

A statement from TPAN: I want to tell you how much your support and advocacy mean to us at TPAN. Your faith and support are especially critical at this time. As news surrounding COVID-19 continues to ...


Open-Letter-to-Cook-County-on-COVID-19-Cook-County-Jail-decarceration

  Open Letter to Cook County on COVID-19, Cook County Jail decarceration

UPDATE Correction: A previous version of this message was sent out in error without including the Chicago Community Bond Fund, a primary author of the letter. Across the world, the impact of the coronavirus and ...


Broadway-In-Chicago-suspends-shows

  Broadway In Chicago suspends shows

In response to the rapidly evolving news about COVID-19 ( coronavirus ), Broadway In Chicago is cancelling or rescheduling the following performances: —The Bachelor: Live on Stage ( Cadillac Palace Theatre ) has been rescheduled for ...


Shedd-closed-through-March-29

  Shedd closed through March 29

In response to public policy regarding COVID-19, Shedd Aquarium will be closed to the public through Sunday, March 29. As of March 13, there has been no known incidence of the coronavirus within the Shedd community. ...


Cirque-du-Soleil-cancels-Alegria-which-was-set-for-June

  Cirque du Soleil cancels 'Alegria,' which was set for June

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and following the World Health Organization as well as The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's recommendation of social distancing, Cirque du Soleil will not be performing its show Alegria, ...


Black-Ensemble-Theater-cancels-performances

  Black Ensemble Theater cancels performances

A statement from Black Ensemble Theater: Based upon the recent guidance from the State of Illinois and the City of Chicago, Black Ensemble Theatre will suspend performances of THE HEALING (formerly titled Legends: A Civil Rights ...


Illinois-Cannabis-Convention-April-3--4

  Illinois Cannabis Convention April 3 - 4

CHICAGO, IL ( March 10, 2020 ) — This April 3 — 4th at the Chicago Hilton marks the start of conventions in Illinois focused on the cannabis industry, and one of the first of its ...


Center-on-Halsted-issues-statement-on-Coronavirus-concerns-UPDATE

  Center on Halsted issues statement on Coronavirus concerns UPDATE

The following statement was issued by the Center on Halsted today. Steps we are taking to address Coronavirus concerns Dear Community, Central to Center on Halsted's mission is advancing the health and wellness of the LGBTQA ...


State-of-Illinois-City-of-Chicago-issue-guidance-to-minimize-COVID-19-spread

  State of Illinois, City of Chicago issue guidance to minimize COVID-19 spread

CHICAGO — Following CDC guidance and recommendations by local public health experts, the State of Illinois and the City of Chicago are issuing new guidance to residents to prevent further spread of coronavirus ( COVID-19 ). ...


Holocaust-Museum-cancels-March-12-dinner

  Holocaust Museum cancels March 12 dinner

Due to the rising uncertainties over COVID-19, Illinois Holocaust Museum has canceled its Annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner, scheduled for Thursday, March 12. With close to 2,000 expected guests, the dinner was set to pay tribute to ...


Open-letter-about-Coronavirus-and-the-LGBTQ-communities

  Open letter about Coronavirus and the LGBTQ+ communities

New York, NY - Over 100 national and local organizations have signed on to an open letter to health and media outlining how COVID-19 may pose an increased risk to the LGBTQ+ population and laying out ...


Howard-Brown-official-discusses-coronavirus

  Howard Brown official discusses coronavirus

Even as the federal government struggles both to test Americans and develop coherent messaging about the risks and severity of COVID-19, or, the coronavirus, local healthcare officials have been publishing details about potential symptoms and recommendations ...


WORLD-Travel-meeting-postponed-Hong-Kong-ruling-African-refugees-Grindr-sold

  WORLD Travel meeting postponed, Hong Kong ruling, African refugees, Grindr sold

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association—scheduled to take place in Milan, Italy—has been postponed to September/October because of coronavirus concerns, an organizational press release announced. The release stated, "The outbreak of the coronavirus has left all of ...


NATIONAL-Puerto-Rico-trans-death-APA-revisions-conversion-therapy-LGBTQ-gym

  NATIONAL Puerto Rico trans death, APA revisions, conversion therapy, LGBTQ gym

Puerto Rico's governor condemned the killing of a transgender woman—whose death ignited a dialogue about transphobia on the island—as a hate crime, HuffPost reported. The body of Alexa Negron Luciano, who was also known as Neulisa ...


Physician-brings-LGBTQ-advocacy-to-the-AMA

  Physician brings LGBTQ advocacy to the AMA

For Milwaukee-based anesthesiologist Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, M.D., becoming the chair of the board of trustees of the Chicago-based American Medical Association ( AMA ) stemmed from a deep commitment to health policy. "When I'm working in ...


WORLD-Effigy-in-Croatia-conversion-therapy-Israel-law

  WORLD Effigy in Croatia, conversion therapy, Israel law

Croatia President Zoran Milanovic condemned the burning of an effigy of two men and a child at a festival weeks after the country's highest court ruled that same-sex couples could foster children, Reuters reported. Organizers of ...


APA-Updates-Resolutions-Related-to-LGBTQ-Issues

  APA Updates Resolutions Related to LGBTQ Issues

WASHINGTON — The American Psychological Association has revised three key policies related to LGBTQ issues to take into account the most recent research and changes in law, such as the legalization of same-sex marriage. APA's governing ...


Terry-Cosgrove-marks-30-years-heading-Personal-PAC

  Terry Cosgrove marks 30 years heading Personal PAC

For 30 years, the nonpartisan organization Personal PAC has been successfully working toward a society where reproductive justice is the law of the land across Illinois. To celebrate this milestone, Personal PAC will be holding a ...


Broad-coalition-to-rally-March-4-to-defend-the-right-to-abortion

  Broad coalition to rally March 4 to defend the right to abortion

As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments about a Louisiana abortion case that could severely limit or overturn the right to abortion, a who's who of local pro-choice groups will rally with 'Defend the Right to ...


Report-looks-at-isolation-loneliness-among-older-adults

  Report looks at isolation, loneliness among older adults

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies), with support from the AARP Foundation, released a report entitled "Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults: Opportunities for the Health Care System." The National Academies ...


Census-official-talks-LGBTQs-relevance

  Census official talks LGBTQs' relevance

According to Timothy P. Olson, associate director for field operations for the U.S. Census Bureau, it is imperative that members of the LGBT community fill out their census data in the upcoming months. "The results of ...


Howard-Brown-Health-unveils-expansion-plans-for-North-and-South-sides

  Howard Brown Health unveils expansion plans for North and South sides

Howard Brown Health announced a multi-year expansion plan that it says will better serve its current and future patients. Howard Brown's new projects will result in health and wellness programs extended to as many as 15,000 ...


Decades-after-San-Francisco-closed-gay-bathhouses-new-law-makes-way-for-return-

  Decades after San Francisco closed gay bathhouses, new law makes way for return

SAN FRANCISCO — District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman introduced legislation Tuesday at the San Francisco Board of Supervisors requiring the San Francisco Department of Public Health to remove current regulations requiring the monitoring of patrons' sexual ...


Conference-on-AIDS-changes-name-to-Conference-on-HIV

  Conference on AIDS changes name to Conference on HIV

Feb. 3, 2020 - NMAC announced today that the name of the United States Conference on AIDS will be changed to the United States Conference on HIV ( USCH ). The conference will be held in ...







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