Grantmaking

Racial Justice

Grantee partners are elevating the voices and perspectives of LGBTQI people of color, building more inclusive movements for LGBTQI rights and racial justice, and demanding self-determination and rights.

In the United States, we support a cohort of LGBTQ-led immigrant rights organizations and LGBTQ people of color-led organizations engaged in broadening the racial justice dialogue on immigrant rights. Grantee partners carry out direct action organizing to stop deportations; campaigning for the DREAM Act, a moratorium on deportations and comprehensive immigration reform; and building solidarity within larger movements for racial and economic justice.

international

alQaws for Sexual and Gender Diversity in Palestinian Society
Jerusalem, Israel
http://www.alqaws.org/q/

Aswat - Palestinian Gay Women
Haifa, Israel
http://www.aswatgroup.org/en

Forum for the Empowerment of Women (FEW)
Johannesburg, South Africa

Rromnjako Ilo
Novi Becej, Serbia

 

U.S.: Immigrant Rights

Affinity Community Services
Chicago, Illinois
http://affinity95.org/

Arizona Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project (Az-QUIP)
Phoenix, Arizona
http://azquip.tumblr.com/

California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance (CIYJA)
California
http://ciyja.wordpress.com/

Immigrant Youth Coalition (IYC)
Los Angeles, California
http://theiyc.org/

TransLatin@ Coalition
National
http://translatinacoalition.org/

Queer Undocumented Immigrant Project of the United We Dream Network (UWD-QUIP)
National
http://unitedwedream.org/