Developing and supporting leaders who believe in changing systemic inequality in the US is vital, now more than ever. The Southern
December 5 – 6, 2016: The LGBTQ Racial Justice Fund attended the AIDS Philanthropy Summit in Washington DC, a gathering
Project South, LGBTQ Racial Justice Fund grantee since 2014, co-sponsored and was part of the planning and programs teams for
A new report provides state-by-state estimates of how many people are trans in the U.S.
This week, shortly after the heartbreaking, violating attack on Latinx and black LGBTQ people at Orlando’s…
During this Pride month, while we grieve for our queer and trans communities of color in Orlando, we at the
RJF grantees Solutions Not Punishment Coalition, Southerners on New Ground, and Project South joined forces for a powerful workshop on funding multi-issue movements at the national conference, Funding Forward.
After Dee Dee Chamblee faced transphobia at her municipal court, she demanded change.
More than 620 Southern activists gathered in Asheville, NC to explore the conditions that LGBTQI Southerners are facing – and how they are resisting.
Southerners on New Ground announced two new team members, Mickyel “Micky” Bradford and Eujenia Osoria.