Posted September 30th, 2020 in LGBTQ+ History Blog ,News.
Alan Turing By: Jak Rogers DOB: June 23rd, 1912 – June 7th, 1954; age 41. The name Alan Turing is hopefully one already in your vocabulary, but if not please keep reading! Alan Turing was one of two boys born in England from the father of a member of the Indian Civil Service; he met his […]
Posted September 26th, 2020 in Important! ,News.
Hello all! The Frank Harr Foundation would like to invite you to a virtual screening of a powerful film titled Race – The Power of an Illusion. There is a quick synopsis below and if you would like you can find a snippet of the film at this link. Race is cultural not biological – […]
Posted September 25th, 2020 in News.
Time is flying by as it is almost October already, which means that we are also closer to November 3rd! As we inch closer towards this date, make sure to check your specific polling place for information on times and dates that early voting opens up; this way you will have ample opportunities to make […]
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This statement comes from our board towards the Black Lives Matter movement. An updated more personal statement regarding current BLM issues will be uploaded shortly. In the meantime, we hope that this statement provides some clarity on where The Frank Harr Foundation stands.
Posted September 16th, 2020 in LGBT history blog posts ,News.
By: Jak Rogers DOB: May 12th, 1820 – August 13th, 1910; age 90. Florence Nightingale is a name that should sound familiar and I guarantee that it is not because of her sexuality. Many would remember her pioneering in public health or her advancements in nursing that make the profession what it is today. Through […]
Posted September 4th, 2020 in Uncategorized.
Frank Harr Foundation is proud to join Equality NC and The LGBT Center of Raleigh for a LBGTQ Virtual Book Club. While we are all social distancing it’s a great time to read an discuss a good book For our September LGBTQ Book Club, we are so excited to read “Fifth Born II: The Hundredth […]
Posted September 3rd, 2020 in Uncategorized.
Join us for a Virtual Panel Discussion on Wilmington On Fire. This discussion will give a deeper dive on how the impacts of the events of 1898 are still being felt today – in particular, their impact on nonprofits. Join us for a virtual screening, or come out to a drive-in viewing! Register Here