Saturday, May 28, 2022


May 26, 2022

Photo of the Week

The Cast of These Don't Easily Scatter (Photo Credit: Paula Court)
(From L to R: Kathleen Chalfant, Bill Kux, Cherene Snow) 

Part of The Remembrance Project, learn more 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.

Thank you to our Philly Pride Run Sponsors
Pride Month Maker's Market
Pride Month Maker's Market
Saturday, June 18 10 AM to 2 PM
On the 2nd floor of Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia

Browse the wares of local LGBTIA+ artists and artisans, with locally made offerings such as jewelry,  clothing, soaps, ceramics, stained glass and more!

Open to the public and free to attend.
Flag Raising at City Hall
Gone and For Ever, part of the Center’s HIV/AIDS memorialization project, Remembrance, includes an exhibition June 21-24 and “going-home” ceremony June 25.

Conceived and directed by artist Alex Stadler, the piece brings together artists, musicians, and faith leaders to honor those lost to the AIDS epidemic in Philadelphia, and whose memories are in danger of being forgotten. 

More information on the exhibition, ceremony, and name collection will appear at

2022 Pride Power 100
Thursday June 2 from 6-8:30 PM
at Cockatoo (208 S 13th St)
Free with registration

Presented by City and State PA magazine, the Pride Power 100 list will debut in a special edition of City & State PA magazine recognizing and ranking the most influential figures in the LGBTQIA+ community in Pennsylvania.

Join in for a celebration in Philly as they acknowledge these remarkable individuals, including William Way's very own Executive Director, Christ Bartlett, and Director of Empowerment Programs and the Arcila-Adams Trans Resource Center, Darius McLean! 
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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Our mailing address is:
William Way LGBT Center
1315 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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