Night OUT at the BB&T College Basketball Classic

The Night OUT at the BB&T College Basketball Classic! Sunday, December 7th at 1 PM. Verizon Center, 601 F St NW (directions and seating map) Tickets are just $25 for BOTH games.  Get yours NOW Read more

Holiday Party

Team DC Holiday Party! Friday, December 12th, 7 to 9 PM. Cobalt, 1639 R St NW (directions) NO COVER charge and FREE FOOD. RSVP using our Facebook Read more


A Night of Champions: A Benefit for the Team DC College Scholarship Program

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2014ChampionsA Night of Champions:

A Benefit for the Team DC College Scholarship Program

November 8, 2014

Thanks to all who attended and helped to make this such a tremendous night for the Team DC College Scholarship Program.  Congratulations to all the recipients!

Special thanks to our Emcee ABC7’s Steve Rudin and two-time Olympic Medalist in U.S. Women’s Ice Hockey, Caitlin Cahow.  

Click HERE to see the winners and photos of the 2014 Champions Awards and College Scholarships.

United Night OUT – September 27, 2014

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NightOutUnitedThanks to all who attended the

United Night OUT

Hosted by the Federal Triangles Soccer Club

A beautiful day, a super Tailgate party, the best National Anthem sung by the Gay Men’s Chorus, exciting music from the DC Different Drummers and a 1-0 win over Philadelphia….what a great United Night OUT! 


The 2014 Night OUT Series is sponsored by:

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Night OUT at the Nationals – Tuesday, June 17

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Thanks to all 3,894 people who came to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the largest LGBT community event in professional sports:

The Night OUT at the Nationals!!!

Special thanks to our pre-game special guests:

Chad Griffin, President, Human Rights Campaign (HRC)chad Chai Feldblum, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity CommissionchaiJeremy Bernard, Special Assistant to the President and

White House Social Secretary

jeremyPete Cahall, Principal, Woodrow Wilson Senior High School
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And, of course, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington

singing the National Anthem!


Thanks to our All Star Partners and Sponsors (below) who helped make this possible!

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Congratulations Team DC Board Members!

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team_DC_logo_homeCongratulations to the newly elected members of the Team DC Board with terms ending in 2016, including:

  • President – Les Johnson (re-elected)
  • Secretary – Miguel Ayala
  • At-Large (Events) – Daniel Meloy
  • At-Large (Special Projects) – Dave Hoag
  • At-Large (Scholarship) – Bud Rorison (re-elected)

They join current Board Members whose terms end in 2015:

  • Vice-President – Steve Frable
  • Treasurer – Phil Gross
  • At-Large (Social Marketing) – Matt Lewis
  • At-Large (Social Marketing) – Kris Pritchard
  • At-Large (Marketing) – Sophia Rodriguez
  • At-Large (Outreach) – Grace Thompson
  • At-Large (Fundraising) – Kevin Hourhan

Our thanks to Joe Green (Secretary) who stepped down after two years and to Ebone Bell, Austin Jennings, Andy Phan and Paul Johnson who served on the Board during 2013.


Washington Post Article: Local High School LGBT Athlete Spotlight

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June 6, 2013

T.C. Williams track star Terrence Curry won’t let his sexuality define him


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Washington Post’s Roman Stubbs covers Alexandria, Virginia high school senior track star, Terrence Curry. This article highlights how Curry’s attitude, dedication, and persistence of being a stellar athlete and overly-involved student define him and not just his sexual orientation.

“The story of Curry’s race is well-known at T.C., where Curry graduates next week. He has become one of the Alexandria school’s most popular students. He’s the senior class vice president and president of the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance. He ran the German club as junior, became the top business student as a senior and was chief organizer of prom.”

This article also highlights Team DC’s Youth-Athlete Scholarship program, which Curry is an applicant this year.

“Earlier this spring, Curry submitted an essay for a college scholarship offered by Team DC, a local nonprofit working to dispell discrimination in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender athletic community.”

“Brent Minor, the executive director of Team DC, says it’s difficult to say how many openly gay high school students there are, let alone how many compete on their schools’ athletic teams. He does know that last year alone Team DC gave scholarships to six students, including one who came to the awards ceremony with his parents, sister and boyfriend.”

Winners of this year’s Team DC Youth-Athlete Scholarship will be announced at our annual Champion Awards Reception on Thursday, July 18, 2013. Check back to for updates and to learn more about the event and Team DC.

Washington Post Article can be found HERE.