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Area transgender community reacts to Jenner’s revelation

By Farrah Duffany for the Record-Journal

Janis Booth can still recall the moment nearly 40 years ago when she watched celebrity athlete Bruce Jenner set a world record in the men’s decathlon event and win the Olympic gold medal.

“I remember sitting in front of my TV set and watching that gold medal get put around his neck. Never did I ever dream that the secret I was carrying, he was carrying too,” said Booth, a transgender woman.

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Triangle Community Center prepares to celebrate Pride Month with Pride in the Park

By Sarah Quagliariello for the Norwalk Hour

NORWALK — Now that June, anticipated by some as Pride Month, is here, the Triangle Community Center and World Health Clinicians are gearing up for Fairfield County's celebration of the LGBTQ community Pride.

On June 8 from 3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., Triangle Community Center and World Health Clinicians will hold their Fairfield County Pride Press Conference and Rally in preparation for their Pride in the Park event. The press conference will be held at the Norwalk City Hall Entrance at 125 East Ave.

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Triangle Community Center accepting applications for scholarship

By Robin Sattler for the Norwalk Hour

NORWALK -- Calling all students in Fairfield County -- The Triangle Community Center is accepting applications for its annual scholarship.

This year's award has been increased from the previous $1,000 to $2,500 in recognition of the community center's 25th anniversary. 

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Triangle Community Center Supports State-Funded Travel Ban

By Kwegyirba Croffie for It's Relevant

"Discrimination can’t and won’t be tolerated by the State of Connecticut.” That was the message Governor Dannel Malloy sent to Governor Mike Pence in Indiana, signing an executive order Monday morning banning state-funded travel to Indiana in protest of the state's new Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

"What is happening right now in Indiana is actually a pivotal moment in the LGBTQ Rights Movement,"said Anthony Crisci, Executive Director of the Triangle Community Center.

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Triangle Community Center seeking donations for homeless clients

By Robin Sattler for the Norwalk Hour

NORWALK -- With the holidays fast approaching, the Triangle Community Center is urging the public to donate to its emergency financial assistance fund to support homeless and LGBTQ clients.

With an estimated 40 percent of homeless youth having been identified as LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) TCC Executive Director Anthony Crisci said the need for assistance is great.

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TCC Announces Housing Program and Financial Assistance

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 TRIANGLE COMMUNITY CENTER TO ANNOUNCE MAJOR SERVICE PRIORITIES AT HOLIDAY BRUNCH AT NORWALK INN, DEC. 7th

Event set to announce major priorities for new year, recap successes of 2014

(NORWALK, CT - NOV. 20, 2014) – Fairfield County’s only resource center for the local LGBTQ community, Triangle Community Center (TCC) (www.ctgay.org), is announcing its new LGBTQ-focused case management and transitional housing program which will include an emergency financial assistance fund at its annual holiday brunch, “Holiday High Tea,” at the Norwalk Inn (99 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851) on Sunday, December 7, 2014 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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TCC to Host 8th Annual Visionary Party, Announce New Case Management Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 

TRIANGLE COMMUNITY CENTER TO HOST 8TH ANNUAL “VISIONARY PARTY: A NIGHT AT THE SPEAKEASY,” ANNOUNCE NEW CASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AT GREENWICH HYATT REGENCY, SEPTEMBER 27th

VIP pre-party, silent auction and new programs to be featured at TCC’s largest annual fund raiser, local residents to be honored for service

(NORWALK, CT - AUG. 26, 2014) - Fairfield County’s only resource center for the local LGBTQ community, Triangle Community Center (TCC) (www.ctgay.org), is hoping to raise more than $100,000 and will announce its new case management program at its 8th annual “Visionary Party: A Night at the Speakeasy” at the Greenwich Hyatt Regency on Saturday, September 27, 2014. The event includes a 100-guest VIP dinner and live auction that begin at 6 p.m., and a general admission program that runs from 7:30 to midnight which features a silent auction, dancing and an awards ceremony honoring local residents who have dedicated their time and service to the LGBTQ residents of Fairfield County.

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'Largest' ever Pride in the Park event to be held Saturday

By Leslie Lake for the Norwalk Hour

NORWALK -- In what organizers are calling the largest event of its kind to take place in Fairfield County, Triangle Community Center's (TCC) "Pride in the Park," will be held at Mathews Park on Saturday.

The all-inclusive, family friendly LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) Pride festival for Fairfield County residents has been organized to foster education, raise awareness, and create a more visible LGBTQ community.

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Triangle Community Center In Norwalk Applauds Michael Sam Pick

By Casey Donahue for the Norwalk Daily Voice

NORWALK, Conn. -- The drafting of Michael Sam as the first openly gay player in the NFL was seen as a historic moment by the Triangle Community Center in Norwalk.

"It sends a strong message to young adults," said Anthony Crisci, executive director of the Triangle Community Center, the only organization focused exclusively on the LGBT community in Fairfield County.

"It gives them a new dream, and a sense that if they want to pursue a career in professional sports, they can do it, and their affiliation is not something that's going to hold them back."

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Triangle Community Center launches Family Series

By Steve Kobak for the Norwalk Hour

NORWALK -- The Triangle Community Center launched its series of programs focusing on parenting and building and planning families in the lesbian and gay community Saturday with a panel discussion geared toward couples preparing for adoption, surrogacy or in vitro fertilization.

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