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The Out Fund for Lesbian & Gay Liberation of the Funding Exchange moves to Astraea

The Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice is honored to welcome the Out Fund for Lesbian & Gay Liberation of the Funding Exchange to our home of LGBTQI funds.  [More]
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WORLD’S LEADING LGBT ACTIVISTS TO SPEAK IN NEW YORK

Event at New York Public Library hosted by The Daily Beast and entitled, “Quorum: Global LGBT Voices,”will yield online talks, panels, and other resources highlighting the struggles and triumphs of LGBT people worldwide   [More]
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She's Angry When She's Beautiful - Astraea's J. Bob Alotta and Edie Windsor in Conversation about Grassroots Led Second Wave Feminism

"SHE’S BEAUTIFUL WHEN SHE’S ANGRY resurrects the buried history of the outrageous, often brilliant women who founded the modern women’s movement from 1966 to 1971. SHE’S BEAUTIFUL takes us from the founding of NOW, with ladies in hats and gloves,... [More]
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Astraea Rated Top National LGBTQI Org by Charity Navigator

  Astraea received the highest score of any national LGBTQI organization awarded the 4-star rating, and ranked third in the overall list. [More]
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Remembering Leslie Feinberg

This Trans* Day of Remembrance, Astraea mourns those our community has lost, and celebrates the legacy of one we have loved; Leslie Feinberg. [More]
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Fast Company Profiles Astraea as "THE LGBTQI COMMUNITY'S BIGGEST CHAMPION"

On November 5, 2014, Fast Company profiled Astraea and spoke to our Executive Director, J. Bob Alotta, about the organiztion's mandate, vision, and goals. [More]
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GCIR Features Program Officer Namita Chad

Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees gets Namita Chad's, Astraea's Program Officer, perspective on immigrant rights and smart philanthropy. [More]
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Variety: Uprising of Love Benefits Fueling the Frontlines

With the U.S. celebrating its gay-rights achievements over the last few years, a one-night-only show on Broadway — surely one of the gay-friendliest places on earth —  took a moment to remind supporters that the fight still continues around the... [More]

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