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March 2, 2022
Joe Klaus

“What I create, says more than words can. My works explore the essence of what it is to live, and experience life’s contrasting elements, to create a more interesting union.” - Joe Klaus, exhibiting artist at William Way

Get inspired by more of his artwork at

What's ahead:
Speaking Out for Equality is an online exhibit produced by the John J. Wilcox Jr. Archives that tells the courageous story of the struggle for LGBT civil rights in the courts and in the streets.

Happy Women's History Month
2022 PA LGBTQ Health Needs Assessment
William Way is collecting responses for the 2022 PA LGBTQ Health Needs Assessment. Pennsylvania is home to thousands of LGBTQIA+ residents, and the state has become a leader in measuring disparities impacting our community’s wellness! Since 2015, a growing network of LGBTQIA+ organizations has helped collect data about our community’s health needs and barriers to care.

We are asking you to take this year’s survey at
Generations Virtual Art Exhibit
The Bearded Ladies Cabaret present a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see a once-in-a-lifetime true story about gender cannibalism. For four nights in March, you have the chance to see a work-in-progress showing of a new, special treat: Rose: You Are Who You Eat by John Jarboe.

Tickets are free, but limited, so if you’d like to see this feast of a performance, make sure to grab yours right away. 

Understanding Labs: The Ins and Outs
Understanding Labs: 
The Ins and Outs

March 11, Noon - 1:30 PM via Zoom

Join William Way's Elder Initiative and the Penn CFAR CAB for a presentation and discussion about understanding lab work for older adults living with HIV. Dr. Bill Short will walk us through the common lab tests ordered for older adults and how to understand the results. Participants will be invited to ask questions about their own labs and understanding their past results.
These are difficult times.

There's help there when you need it. Here are some useful resources:

Philadelphia Suicide and Crisis Intervention Hotline

LGBTQ National Hotline
Philadelphia Hate Crimes Hotline
Trans Lifeline

WWCC Peer Counseling

Sage National LGBT Elder Hotline
From art exhibitions to knitting, to meetings, to concerts, there's always something happening at the Center!

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