STTA Live! March 11th Marks PFLAG's 50th Anniversary

The first meeting of PFLAG occurred on March 11, 1973 in the basement of a church in Manhattan. Fifty years later, PFLAG's mission and purpose is still impacting communities throughout the US and around the world.

We celebrated the milestone at the PFLAG 50th Anniversary Gala on March 3rd. Now, join staffers to learn more about their connections with PFLAG and why the mission matters.

Join us this Thursday, March 9th for Something to Talk About Live!

Reminder! PFLAG Connects: Communities - March Meetings

PFLAG Connects: Communities (PCC) provides a safe, virtual, moderated space where people with shared experiences can connect each month. PFLAG National’s current communities gather people of Latino, Black/African American, and Asian American and Pacific Islander backgrounds to gain support, ask questions, and learn from others who have been through similar experiences. 

We also host a Military Community meeting, in partnership with our friends at the Modern Military Association of America (MMAA).

Learn more and check out our upcoming meetings for March!

Join our Online Community on Facebook

Our first PFLAG National online community group is growing, with 100 new members last month alone. 

Join us! Whether you're a longtime PFLAGer or new to us, you'll find fun, fellowship, and conversation, plus get support, access PFLAG resources, build connections, and get engaged in other support, education, and advocacy opportunities. This is also a place for chapter leaders and members to create a flow to local chapters, including in-person and PFLAG Connects virtual support meetings.

Ready to join? Visit and answer the three simple questions! We really look forward to welcoming you.

Pieces of Us: A new documentary featuring PFLAG families

Pieces of Us is an intimate look at the personal journeys of five very different people forever changed by LGBTQ+ hate crimes, whose lives become intertwined through the brave choice to take their recovery public, inspiring the survivor in all of us.

Including transgender activist and Stonewall Riots survivor Victoria Cruz, and the world’s first openly gay Prince, India’s Manvendra Singh Gohil, the narrative juxtaposes the inspirational stories of recovery the subjects have experienced individually with the change and connections their public actions have produced. The film features PFLAG National Mountain West Regional Director Blanca Leos and former PFLAG Denver Board Member Brett James.

Pieces of Us will be released on March 7 on major platforms including iTunes, Apple TV, Amazon, and more. Learn more at


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