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In the last installment of Local 10 News’ Pride Month series, we highlight a man who led the charge to protect LGBT people from discrimination in housing and the workplace in Miami-Dade.
In the latest installment of Local 10 News’ Pride Month series, we look back at a Key West couple that met and fell in love back when getting married was illegal for them. But it was their fight that helped them and so many just like them.
Carl Nassib’s announcement on social media on Monday has sparked sales for his jersey.
Miami’s Damian Pardo help lead the charge in getting the LGBTQ community equal protections against discrimination in Miami-Dade County.
Some of the darkest days for the LGBT community also became a wake-up call in the battle against HIV, AIDS and equal rights, Joan Schaeffe recalls.
From age 3, Jazz Jennings, born a boy, identified as a girl. She and her family helped millions see a trans child growing up on TV.
Elizabeth Schwartz is a Miami Beach native and attorney, and she’s been one of South Florida’s fiercest warriors for the LGBTQ community.
This week, Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., introduced the bill, H.R. 49, where it was unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate, to establish the ‘National Pulse Memorial’.
Pride Month celebrations in the U.S. are taking place under unusual circumstances this year.
Florida has reversed itself and now says a downtown Jacksonville bridge can be decorated in rainbow lights to celebrate gay rights.
Melanie and Vanessa Alenier say it was like fate intervened when they had an opportunity to adopt, but the cruel reality came when the same-sex couple found out it wasn't legal in Florida at the time.
The reason for the 4.9K instead of the traditional 5K is to honor the 49 people killed in the mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub.
It was way back in 1977 when Ruth Shack, then a Metro-Dade Commissioner, introduced and helped pass a measure to protect homosexuals from discrimination.
To mark the beginning of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, the city of Hollywood raised a modern version of the inclusive six-stripe rainbow flag that first flew at a parade in 1978 in San Francisco.
June is Pride Month, and Local 10 News reporter Christian De La Rosa will be presenting a series of stories that recognize the contributions of South Floridians to the fight for LGBTQ equality.
Local 10 News visits with the sister of Pedro Zamora whose public battle with HIV as a cast member on MTV’s “The Real World” brought awareness to the disease in the 1990s.