Posted January 11th, 2021 in Events.
January 13, 2021 5:30 to 6:30p SAGER’s and friends, lets hang out, lift a beverage and toast to a better year ahead. We, the SAGE steering committee of the Frank Harr Foundation, MISS YOU and our monthly hang outs. Come spend a virtual hour with this month’s SAGE host, CYN, by the fire. We want […]
Posted December 18th, 2020 in Uncategorized.
Check out this awesome opportunity hosted by Mercer University! They are looking for LGBTQIA+ members to participate in confidential interviews regarding their HIV status and HPV status. There is a $40 incentive, and all interviews are facilitated via Zoom. Please check out the flyer for more details!
Posted November 18th, 2020 in Events ,Important! ,News.
Join SEEDS of Healing and The Frank Harr Foundation to raise awareness and remembrance to those affected by HIV/AIDS for World AIDS Day 2020. We will host a virtual kickoff on November 29th from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm via Zoom: HERE You can view locally made panels memorializing family and friends lost to HIV/AIDS […]
Posted November 17th, 2020 in Uncategorized.
We’wha 1849 – 1896; age 47 By: Jak Rogers In honor of the current US holiday, Thanksgiving, I wanted to dedicate the next historical blog to a Native American individual. Something that has fascinated me for the longest time is the difference between Native American culture and […]
Posted October 10th, 2020 in Events ,Uncategorized.
ATTENTION: SAGE Wilmington wants everyone to know that due to the upcoming holidays, SAGE Night Out will be postponed until January 2021! Keep in mind that if you need to reach out or get in touch with someone regarding SAGE you can reach us at this email: email@example.com. We are sorry to have to postpone these events, […]
Posted October 6th, 2020 in Important! ,News.
By John Smist | October 5, 2020 at 10:48 PM EDT – Updated October 5 at 11:38 PM WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – Two of the Supreme Court’s conservative justices targeted the historic 2015 gay marriage ruling on Monday. The nation’s highest court rejected an appeal by Kim Davis, a former county clerk in Kentucky, who refused […]
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 […]
Posted in News.
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.