RESOURCES FOR A NEW ADMINISTRATION
The Transgender Law Center names eight actions from the Biden administration, calling for a change in the policies that govern this country while urging for a shift in how we treat one another.
This compilation from ABC News highlights the nearly 30 notable Executive Orders and other key actions in the administration's first days in office.
Lambda Legal’s list of ten priorities includes ending the trans military ban, reversing the racially-divisive executive order that sought to disparage Black Americans in the wake of nationwide demonstrations against racism and police brutality, and much more.
The Network highlights priorities actions the federal government must take to dismantle barriers to social and economic justice for LGBTQ+ people.
The new Movement Advancement Project report outlines how the Equality Act is vital legislation not just for LGBTQ people, but also for women, people of color, and immigrants.
This Center for American Progress resource draws an in-depth road map for the incoming administration to systematically correct the injuries inflicted by the Trump administration.
The People’s First 100 Days is a regional organizing campaign to grow Southern movement power. Conceived at the Southern Movement Assembly, the campaign focuses on connecting mutual-aid efforts and coordinating local advocacy.
RESEARCH, RESOURCES, AND UPDATES
Aldita Gallardo, former GUTC fellow (class of 2019), offers advice to Nonprofit Quarterly readers in a recent op-ed.
This Global Philanthropy Project report documents how COVID-19 has exacerbated the existing vulnerabilities of LGBTI people, driving many further into poverty and marginalization.
New Front Line Defenders report reveals a sharp increase in violence against LGBTIQ+ and sex worker rights defenders during COVID-19.
This new research from MAP provides a broad view of the pandemic’s impact on LGBTQI movement organizations in the United States.
This new publication from Grantmakers In Aging (GIA) offers a blueprint for bringing the aging services and HIV services networks closer together and strengthening policy to improve the lives and health of hundreds of thousands of older people living with HIV.
The newly minted Leonard-Litz Foundation supports nonprofits serving the LGBTQ community within the Northeastern United States.
This Native Americans in Philanthropy report examines how this Indigenous community leadership organized quickly to move financial and other resources to those who most needed it.
Lambda Legal’s recent report assesses the damage to courts left by the Trump administration.
The National LGBTQ Anti-Poverty Action Network releases fact sheets on LGBTQ+ Poverty entitled Poverty at the End of the Rainbow.
Horizon Foundation released initial findings from their recent survey of nonprofits, starting with Bay Area LGBTQ organizations.
RECENT GRANTS AWARDED
The latest grants in Arcus’ Social Justice Program focus on supporting the leadership of the people most impacted by injustice and the interconnected movements that are creating safer, more inclusive societies.
FEATURED REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS
Deadline: September 10, 2021
Trans Justice Funding Project
Deadline: February 15, 2021
Deadline: February 14, 2021