Guest Post submitted by Sue Kerr, Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents
Pittsburgh’s LGBTQ Community Center is called the GLCC (Gay and Lesbian Community Center) and is located at 210 Grant Street, just a block away from the City-County Building. The GLCC is open 7 days a week with a range of programming open to everyone in the community – LGBTQ persons and straight allies.
The GLCC was founded in the mid-1970’s as a support phoneline with the help of Persad Center (founded in 1972) and formally incorporated in 1981. For nearly 35 years, an all-volunteer team has provided programming and supports to the LGBTQ community. You can read more about the history of the GLCC.
Our location in Downtown Pittsburgh expands our capacity to be a physical community center for our Downtown neighbors (residential and workforce) as well as the regional LGBTQ community. We have many programs and services that contribute…
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