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@nbjconthemove  The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is a civil rights organization focused on empowering Black #LGBTQ & SGL people. #LGBTQRIGHTS #blacklgbt 🌈


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#BlackHistoryMonth: Jason Lee aka @theonlyjasonlee is the hugely popular host of “Hollywood Unlocked” radio show. Before becoming famous through the “Love & Hip-Hop” reality-TV series, Lee started “Unlocked” as an urban Hollywood blog that broke stories on our favorite entertainers in music, television, fashion and film. Lee turned his platform into a wildly successful radio series where stars flock to be interviewed by Lee and his co-hosts. Lee, as an openly gay man, uses his “Hollywood Unlocked” platform to give Black LGBTQ entertainers, newsmakers and entrepreneurs shine to tell their stories of paths to success as his peers and competitors continue to overlook the influence of Black LGBTQ people outside of Hollywood.

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NBJC's David Johns: ‘Black queer people are victimized every day’; discusses the reality that Jussie Smollett's attack exposed. Read more the full @washblade article by heading to our FB Page! #lgbtq🌈 #NBJCAdvocacy

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Janelle Monáe (@janellemonae) is a critically-acclaimed musician and actress who is celebrated for using her artistry and celebrity to speak out for equality and justice for women, LGBTQ+ community, Black people and artists. Monáe is often celebrated by music journalists over her artistic integrity of keeping soul and funk music genres alive. She is universally praised by fashion critics for her frequent statement-making and iconic looks, of which she once proclaimed her respect for her parents’ hard work and support of her career to be the foundation of her clothing expressions throughout her early years of mainstream success. Monáe’s 2018 album Dirty Computer topped many music media’s year-end lists for the opus’ bold proclamation of sexual fluidity, powerful feminism and power of queer culture.

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#TBT This 1940s photo from Trent Kelley's "Hidden in the Open: A Photographic Essay of Afro-American Male Couples" is the perfect #ValentinesDay reminder that as long as there have been LGBTQ people there has been Black #LGBTQ people. #LoveWins 🌈 📸: @lgbt_history

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Who else caught this much needed discussion on @redtabletalk with @donlemoncnn? What were your thoughts on this portion of the talk? Has this been the reality you’ve faced as well?

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#BlackHistoryMonth: Sampson McCormick @sampsonmccormick is an out-and-proud openly gay comedian who has worked the standup circuit in the east and west coasts of America for more than a decade. Garnering significant fame through his YouTube commentary and skits before social media became the foundation of today’s rising comedians, Sampson garnered acclaimed for being one of the earliest voices speaking on gay lifestyle and culture in this digital age. Sampson’s hard work and touring has earned the respect of mainstream comedic legends and garnered him stages that were once not welcoming to openly gay comedians of color. @theglisted

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Yvette Carnell is the Founding Editor of Breaking Brown and co-founder of the American Descendant of Slaves movement, political platforms that engage Black Americans to be involved in American politics. With her twice-weekly YouTube vlog series, Carnell brings awareness to America's political climate to educate Black Americans on policies and elections and how they impact Black American life. #BlackHistoryMonth @theglisted

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Tim'm T. West (@braveeducator)is a groundbreaking hip-hop artist, spoken word artist, HIV/AIDS activist and Black LGBTQ-SGL advocate. West's advocacy in LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS issues engineered programming over a two-decade span that drew inclusionary illustrations of LGBTQ people of color in messaging. #BlackHistoryMonth @theglisted

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The most beautiful display of #TBT that we can imagine. Protesting, advocating, loving, teaching, fighting...unapologetically! #NBHAAD ... #repost from @lgbt_history "PEOPLE OF COLOR MOBILIZING AGAINST AIDS," activists march in front of Oakland City Hall to demand increased funding for HIV/AIDS prevention and education in communities of color, Oakland, California, April 1, 1989. Photo from the Oakland Tribune Collection of the @oaklandmuseumca. #lgbthistory #HavePrideInHistory #NBHAAD #Resist

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Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! HIV diagnoses decreased 12% among African Americans from 2010-2016. Imagine what additional progress we could make in decreasing HIV diagnoses if we joined together to stop HIV stigma! Help us #StopHIVStigma. #NBHAAD #HIV #HIVStigma

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