The Rainbow Alliance in partnership with Southeastern Trains ran the QUILTBAG Arts Tent at Hastings Pride on Sunday August 25, 2019. “QUILTBAG is a fun-to-say variation of the LGBTQ+ acronym. It stands for queer, questioning, unlabelled, intersex, lesbian, trans, two-spirit, bisexual, asexual, gay, genderqueer” The whole event was a huge success, and the packed programme […]
Our latest newsletter has been published. Click here or on the image to see it in full. This edition looks back on last years, and forward to this years, Hastings Pride in addition to including details of the Trans Support Group, the upcoming Oral History Event and also includes news regarding the Rainbow Alliance Committee. In […]
Our AGM took place on Friday 27th November 2017. In addition to the usual business of approving the Annual Report and electing the committee, the 55 attendees heard updates from the various social groups organised by members, and heard about our new logo and some future developments. The meeting was opened by the Mayor of […]
Our Spring 2017 Newsletter has been published. This edition features the LGBT Healthy Living Club and has updates regarding the Trans Group, the History Project and Hate Crime. It also includes details of the new Facebook group – ‘Under the Rainbow’ – and initial details regarding Hastings Pride. Click here to see it in full.
Our new newsletter has been published. You can view this online here. This edition includes an update on our History Project; Details of International Women’s Day; A Trans Group Second Anniversary Article and the results of our Hate Crime Survey. If you have any feedback on the newsletter please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To see all of […]
Our latest newsletter has been published. See it here: http://www.hrra.org.uk/blog/HRRA_Newsletter_Spring_2013.pdf This edition includes our a look towards our future, an in depth article about our Trans Group and details of how you can help HRRA. If you have any feedback on the newsletter please leave it in the comments.
Dear Julie, Thanks for your column, published in the Observer, in which you launched into a vicious and bitter tirade against the transgendered community. To make sweeping generalisations about any group of people, as you did, is rarely wise. To attack members of the LGBT community, when you live in Brighton, hardly makes for zen […]