Community Education/Advocacy

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Funds will go to pay for AC Reynolds High School GSA student t-shirts.

Asheville
NC
$250.00

Build relationship between local LGBTQ youth and leaders in public school system to increase protections for queer and trans youth in schools.

Greensboro
NC
$500.00

Events to educate the LGBTQ Latinx community and build bridges; ÒTrans 101Ó trainings to end the disconnect between transgender community and the LGBTQ community at large; bilingual material around HIV/STIs, Transgender people and other educational materials that seek to reduce high-risk behavior and end stigma in community.

Durham
NC
$500.00

Travel throughout Lousiana to register queer voters and collect personal narratives about identifying as LGBTQ+ in the South.

Natchitoches
LA
$250.00

Cultivate a united community in Henderson, NC across race, nationality and gender where everyone has equal rights and a better quality of life through education, activism and resources.

Henderson
Alabama
$1,500.00

Rally to raise awareness about the problems with HB2 and circulate petition to repeal HB2.

Hendersonville
NC
$200.00

The Southwest Virginia LGBTQ+ History Project proposes to create a QTPOC History Youth Brigade. The Youth Brigade will comprise several individuals, between the ages of 16 and 22, who identify as LGBTQ+ people of color. The History Project will recruit and hire Brigade members as Òcommunity internsÓ from January to May 2018. We aim to recruit a mix of local QTPOC college students as well as youth from area high schools and the community. Interns will be compensated with funds that we are requesting in this proposal. We do not believe that young LGBTQ people of color should work for free. After much consideration, we determined that both monetary compensation and the title of Òintern,Ó which youth can use on their resumes, are most appropriate for this endeavor.

Roanoke
VA
$500.00

Volunteer-led membership-based group that serves a diverse community of trans and GNC people in upstate South Carolina, the majority of whom live below the poverty line and in rural areas, through peer support, education and advocacy.

Piedmont
SC
$1,500.00

Foster and support a “trans 101” program to educate the community through informative and interactive presentations.

Columbia
SC
$600.00

Asheville day-long campaign for local businesses in opposition to HB2 to donate proceeds to local LGTBQ organization.

Asheville
NC
$127.33