The Grand Rapids Pride Center aims to be at the center of a vibrant and inclusive community that supports all LGBTQ individuals.
Trans Day of Visibility is a day to celebrate all Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming people around the world. On this day we bring awareness and celebration to the trans community while also recognizing the work ahead to accomplish trans justice.
This day is to bring awareness to the public about the impact of HIV/AIDS on young people. Today, we celebrate the work that youth are doing to educate the public about HIV/AIDS and the work surrounding it.
Day of Silence is a campaign that seeks to shed light on what many LGBTQ youth experience daily. Initially intended to focus on this problem within the school system, it has since expanded into workplaces, university campuses, and sporting events. Yearly, millions participate by staying silent for the duration of their day, representing the silencing […]
This observance is to recognize the importance of HIV testing and status awareness. This day is also to bring attention to HIV prevention and patient-centered care for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming/Nonbinary folks.
Lesbian Visibility Day started in 2008 and aims to show our solidarity with every woman within the LGBTQ+ community, as well as celebrate lesbians. It is essential that Lesbian Visibility Day is a voice for unity and lifts up ALL women, especially those who come from marginalized communities.