June is LGBTQ Pride month; a time where we honor, celebrate, and advocate for our LGBTQ communities. We also take the time to remember the history of the LGBTQ community and its fight for civil rights over the decades. Below are some resources to help us remember and celebrate the LGBTQ community's history here in Pittsburgh.
Both Pittsburgh's Asian and Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander communities have grown greatly in the past couple of years. In fact, the Asian community is one of the fastest growing in the region. May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, when we celebrate the culture, traditions, and histories of those populations here in America. This edition of Vibrant Facts presents the data behind the Pittsburgh, PA Metro Area's Asian and Pacific Islander populations.
Pittsburgh has served as the home to many extraordinary women who broke barriers, set records, won prestigious awards and recognition, and advanced our society in immeasurable ways.
Pittsburgh’s black and African American communities have played integral roles in American culture and advancement.
Human Rights Day was instituted by the United Nations in 1950 to observe the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which occurred on December, 10 1948 in Paris.
For Veteran’s Day, review important demographic statistics about the veterans in our area. Knowing this data can help local organizations offer the effective support veterans need.
Welcoming Week was created to help celebrate the spirit of inclusion and diversity throughout the country surrounding immigration and foreign born citizens.
June 20th is World Refugee Day. Find out what it is and how you can get involved.
Learn which industries in the Pittsburgh region employ the most women and which industries pay women the most.
This Vibrant Facts illustrates the demographics of people with disabilities by race/ethnicity, gender, and age for the both the Pittsburgh region and the United States.
Often people with disabilities face multiple, overlapping difficulties, from hearing difficulties to independent living difficulties.
In 2014, 2,766 Labor Condition Applications were approved for Pittsburgh workers.
The Minority Workers in the Pittsburgh MSA make up about 11% of the workforce.
There are neighborhoods in the City of Pittsburgh that are increasing their diversity.