2017 Annual Report

Today, Astraea sits at the nexus of 40 years of grantmaking. We sit at the nexus of 40 years of movement-building. True to our beginning, Astraea pledges to meet the urgencies of now and fortify the generations to come. Our latest Annual Report details significant Astraea and grantee partner achievements over the last year, and highlights some of the grantee partners, donors, staff, and board who make Astraea and its community what they are today!

2016 Annual Report

We were made for this moment. Astraea was founded in and for times precisely like this one. From our first cycle of grants in 1980, we’ve existed to retaliate and to expand the very spaces that white supremacy, capitalism, xenophobia, economic injustice, and sexism seek to shutter. Because attacks on our bodies, our rights, and our freedoms have been perpetrated against us since the founding of this country, we know how to respond: we listen, we partner up, and we support each other.

2014 Annual Report

So much of our work is centered on long-term systemic change. Still, there are moments when our reach across borders, movements, stakeholders and strategies provides immediate insight that our unique role is not only neces- sary but working. It was a joy to lead Astraea though a year when the seeds of collaboration, advocacy, artistic intervention, research, travel, and community organizing bore so much fruit.

2009 Annual Report

On nearly every continent, in myriad languages and cultures, astraea grantee partners are seizing opportunities and laying the groundwork for lgbti people to live freely and safely. Astraea donor and grantee partners work for a world where justice is a fact, not a fight. Our grants programs, especially our multi-year and multi-issue grants, enable activists to build strategic and sustainable alli- ances over the long term.

2008 Annual Report

Right now Astraea grantees are fighting for LGBTI and human rights in democratic countries as well as in some of the most oppressive regimes on the planet. They are creating community for queer people living in isolation and fear. They are giving voice to survivors of abuse and harassment through art and culture. Although separated by language and continents, these activists share the same goal of creating a world free from racism, sexism, homophobia and gender oppression. We marvel at their heroism and smart strategies.