Blacklight was founded in 1979 by Sidney Brinkley in Washington, D.C.
It was one of the first publications for African American
Lesbians and Gay men in the United States.
THE 2016 SF TRANS MARCH • THE 2016 SF DYKE MARCH
lOrlando - Say Their Names
Good Morning America, I'm Gay.
Robin Roberts Comes Out.
Black Lives Matter comes to San Francisco's Gay Castro.
Photos by D. Boyer of Independent Media Center
From The Blacklight Archive
The Failure of the Black Church by Rev. Renee McCoy • The Evans-Tibbs Art Collection • Investing in African American Art by Thurlow Evans-Tibbs • James Baldwin Comes Out by Dr. James Tinney • A History of the Gay Movement in Washington, DC by Melvin Boozer • Shopping Bag Dykes by Michelle Parkerson • Under Grace's Hat by Grace • Harlem: The Early Years by Garth Tate • The National Coalition of Black Lesbians & Gays by Sidney Brinkley • Homophilia Semantics by Dr. Charles Drake-Long • Birthright: to dance by g.r. Adams • An Interview with Audre Lorde by Joseph Beam • Cliques by Don Cotter • Homocide by Essex Hemphill • Bisexuality by David Richardson • Homophobia in the Black Community by Benjamin Romney • The 1983 March On Washington by Blacklight • The Other Side of Love by Donald Bush • Untitled Love Poem by Christopher Prince • Ready for You? by Andre Ramseur • An interview with Linda Tillery by Joesph Beam • Ben Vereen: Nigger for the 80s by Adrian Stanford • An interview with Melvin Boozer by Sidney Brinkley• An interview with Andrew Young by Larry Bush • Terror in Atlanta by Debora Art • The Black Lesbian by S. Diane Bogus • Interracial Intentions by Chasen Gaver
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