Join us for the next Qnotes Connect on Thursday, May 11 at Sidelines Sports Bar & Billiards and celebrate 37 YEARS OF QNOTES in Charlotte!!!
Qnotes Connect is a series of programs and events designed to build stronger connections between local LGBTQ journalists and the community we serve. We want to make sure we are constantly centering the voices of LGBTQ+ residents in all of our work.
Representatives from Solutions Journalism Network will be filming to showcase the work of Qnotes – now serving the community for OVER 37 YEARS!!! Let’s pack the place and show how important local LGBTQ news is to Charlotte.
Qnotes Connect – Thursday May 11th
Giveaways, drinks and more
Karaoke Thursdays next door at Argon immediately following Qnotes Connect
Every year, The Plus Collective provides grants to LGBTQ+ non-profits and community organizations doing the important work in our community […]
Coming up May 17-21 is Reel Out Charlotte, the city’s LGBTQ Film Festival and a part of the annual program of Charlotte Pride. The event will celebrate its fifteenth anniversary and showcase five days of independent cinema at The Independent Picture House, in partnership with the Charlotte Film Society […]
Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) is not a supporter of LGBTQ equality. She campaigned on transphobic lies to get her seat in the past two elections, she regularly posts anti-trans equality messages to social media and she scored just 17 out of 100 on HRC’s Congressional Scorecard. But that’s not enough for one of her supporters, who accused her of supporting transgender people because she wore a tuxedo to last weekend’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner. […]
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