Diversity Richmond

1407 Sherwood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23320

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Diversity Richmond Launch

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Gay Community Center of Richmond unveils its new branding: Diversity Richmond

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Justin Ayars, JD

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Billboard seen from Diversity Richmond

Diversity Richmond Photo featuring Herring, Schall Townley, Townley and Schall

Diversity Richmond Photo featuring Herring, Schall Townley, Townley and Schall

Diversity Richmond's launched its new brand with countless LGBT activists in attendence, including Mark Herring, Virginia's Attorney General, Emily Schall Townley, along with her mothers Mary Townley and Carol Schall, two of the victorious plaintiffs in the Bostic Case that brought marriage equality to the commonwealth.

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Bill Harrison, Executive Director of Diversity Richmond

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Diversity Richmond Photo featuring Herring, Schall Townley, Townley and Schall
Diversity Richmond - Bill Harrison Pic.jpeg
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1407 Sherwood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23320
Nonprofit/Charity, Recreation & Leisure
Distribution Point
Wheelchair Access

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  • Diversity Richmond

    On April 15, 2015, after a 3-year study and much debate, the Richmond Gay Community Foundation and the Gay Community Center of Richmond were reborn as Diversity Richmond. Unite Virginia interviewed the Executive Director, Bill Harrison.

    Jul 8, 2015

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