Tim Vincent

Co-founder, Brothers of the Desert

Co-founder of Brothers of the Desert

Tim Vincent on KCRW

Palms Springs is known for being a haven for LGBTQ people, but it hasn’t been as welcoming to Black gay men. Brothers of the Desert is helping fix that.

Living ‘best gay Black life’ is key for this Palm Springs group

Palms Springs is known for being a haven for LGBTQ people, but it hasn’t been as welcoming to Black gay men. Brothers of the Desert is helping fix that.

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