RESEARCH, RESOURCES, AND UPDATES
The second of two reports, Improving Data on Race and Ethnicity: A Roadmap to Measure and Advance Health Equity, provides details about race and ethnicity data collection in federally administered health programs and an expanded list of recommendations for improving the data.
The Global Project Against Hate and Extremism (GPAHE) new report explores online search algorithms that allow access to anti-LGBTQ+ conversion therapy providers and other harmful materials, especially in non-English languages.
The second track of Abortion Access Roadmap from The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP), calls on funders to support the abortion access needs of transgender and gender-expansive patients.
A new poll
released by the Trevor Project shows that over two-thirds of LGBTQ youth said recent debates over state laws that target transgender people have negatively impacted their mental health.
The Building Movement Project has released Trading Glass Ceilings for Glass Cliffs: A Race to Lead Report on Nonprofit Executives of Color, which focuses on the experiences and challenges of nonprofit leaders of color who have attained the top position in their organizations.
This new project from the Movement Advancement Project (MAP), provides both a democracy tally rating and a detailed democracy profile for each state, making it easy to see the states that are ensuring democracy thrives and the states that are falling short.
Lambda Legal reviews the progress made (or not) on ten asks from a year ago to rectify the harms done by the Trump administration and to address the ongoing inequities experienced by LGBTQ+ people and people living with HIV.
RECENT GRANTS AWARDED
The LGBTQ Community Fund for Northeast Florida approved $107,000 in grants to five local nonprofits in its continuing quest to build a community that welcomes and supports all people.
Borealis Philanthropy shares highlights from 2021, grantee and funds breakdown, and much more in their 2021 annual report.
In the final quarter of 2021, Arcus’ Social Justice Program awarded grants to organizations working to advance rights, promote social justice, and create more inclusive societies for LGBTQ people around the world.
The International Trans Fund’s (ITF) 5th grantee cycle supports 50 trans-led organizations in 40 countries.
FEATURED REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
Transgender Strategy Center
Deadline: February 4, 2022
The Visibility Impact Fund
Deadline: February 1, 2022
William T. Grant Foundation
Deadline: March 10, 2022