LGBT

Closets Are for Clothes: Being Female & LGBT in Black America

Date/Time: 
10/03/2012

Juan Battle (Sociology, CUNY) will lecture on the Social Justice Sexuality Project, one of the largest ever national surveys of Black, Latina/o, and Asian and Pacific Islander, and multiracial lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The presentation will focus on the results from the Black female sample.

For complete information:  http://irwg.research.umich.edu/

The Power of Out

“THE POWER OF OUT”
NEW STUDY SHOWS INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTS
FOR LGBT EMPLOYEES
ARE CRUCIAL FOR CAREER PROGRESSION AND BOTTOM LINE
SUCCESS

URL: 
https://www.worklifepolicy.org/index.php/action/PurchasePage/item/347

Building LGBT-Inclusive Workplaces: Engaging Organizations and Individuals in Change

FAST FACT: LGBT Health Edition

By Kyla Bender-Baird

This week has been National LGBTQ Health Awareness Week. All week I've been keeping my eye open for a fact to feature in honor of this important week.  Well, last night, the National Center for Transgender Equality delivered it straight to my inbox. Don't you love it when that happens? 


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A leading figure in the racial justice movement for the last twenty years, Rinku has positioned ARC as the national home for media, research and activism. She has extensive practical experience on the ground, with expertise in race, feminism, immigration, economic justice, philanthropy and community organizing. Over the course of her career, Rinku has woven together journalism and organizing to further social change.

Rinku is the Vice Chair of the Schott Foundation for Public Education and a Boardmember of the Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity. She is the Chair of the Media Consortium and sits on the boards for Restaurant Opportunities Center-United and Working America. Additionally, she is a Prime Movers fellow through the Hunt Alternatives Fund.

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