OK, we’ll admit to a little self-interest here: The Elizabeth Trail’rs, Dallas Voice’s LifeWalk team, is the charitable raffle sponsor at Gaybingo this weekend. That means while you help Resource Center Dallas — and enjoy yourself with a fabulous series of games — you can also help out our team.
Vandals threw a brick through a fence at Resource Center Dallas and damaged the hood of a car as well as part of the wooden fence. The car was parked in the fenced lot behind the facility on Reagan Street and the brick was thrown from the alley.
In today’s paper, I wrote about the history of Razzle Dazzle Dallas and how this year’s party returns to its roots. While researching some of the history, Jack Evans brought some old RDD ads and programs to the office.
eith Boykin, author of Beyond the Down Low: Sex, Lies and Denial in Black America, will speak at United Black Ellument on May 15. Boykin is touring in support of his latest book, For Colored Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Still Not Enough: Coming of Age, Coming Out, and Coming Home.
Resource Center Dallas’ Communications and Advocacy Manager Rafael McDonnell said rocks have been thrown through four windows at the Center on Reagan Street. Three of the last four have been broken since Thursday.
Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin flew into town to receive a check for more than half a million dollar. Resource Center Dallas CEO Cece Cox and other staff picked up a check for more than $75,000, a Black Tie Dinner record for one organization. Erik Folkerth received a special award on behalf of Northaven United Methodist Church for selling more than 100 raffle tickets, another BTD record.