This initiative was created in order to carve an online space where LGBTQ+ people, young and old, can come together to share in culture and community that’s not readily available, especially in the rural South.
Sharing Stories to Uncover Our Common LGBTQ+ History
SANDHILLS PRIDE ANNOUNCES 2022 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Three outstanding awardees have been chosen to receive the 2022 Sandhills PRIDE Scholarship. PINEHURST, N.C., April 21, 2022 ‐‐ Sandhills PRIDE, a support network and educational advocacy group dedicated to increasing awareness and acceptance of the lesbian, gay,...
My Authentic Self by Sara Wallace (She/Her/Hers)
PINEHURST, N.C., March 14, 2022 ‐‐ Sandhills PRIDE We only have one life, why wouldn't I try to live it the way that would make me feel happy? Living for yourself and ensuring that you're okay doesn't make you selfish, it means that you've finally recognized your...
SANDHILLS PRIDE ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
PINEHURST, N.C., January 13, 2022 ‐‐ Sandhills PRIDE SANDHILLS PRIDE ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Pinehurst, NC (December 15, 2021): Sandhills PRIDE has named Lauren Mathers as its upcoming Executive Director. Sandhills PRIDE is a 501(c)3 nonprofit located in...
SANDHILLS PRIDE ANNOUNCES ARTHOUSE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
PINEHURST, N.C., January 12, 2022 ‐‐ Sandhills PRIDE, a support network and educational advocacy group dedicated to increasing awareness and acceptance of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ+) community in the Sandhills, is pleased...
A Discussion in Support of our Trans Kids
Trans kids exist. Intersex kids exist. Nonbinary kids exist. Whether or not we understand those identities is completely irrelevant to their existing. What is relevant is how we can create a world in which they are safe. They are people, and for that reason alone, they deserve rights.
Scholar Series 2021: Alara Hainer
The LGBTQIA+ community has suffered so much loss, fought for our rights for so long. We now have an opportunity to begin healing some of the pain from our past… By freeing ourselves from this bondage of silence, we are, in the process, freeing our students and all of the other queer individuals who have struggled to remain true to themselves.