Partners

Current Partners

National LGBT/HIV Criminal Justice Working Group

We helped to organize, & now support & coordinate, the work of this national network working to reduce the harms of the criminal legal system.

Advancement Project

Produce a landscape analysis, organizing materials and network high net worth donors of color.

Faces of Giving

Engage, learn from, and network high net worth donors of color in a multi-year initiative.

Palette Fund

To design programs and strategies for public/private partnerships for economic and community development in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

American Federation of Teachers

To support union's Innovation Fund by documenting impact and investments, and deepening partnerships and dialogue with education funding community.

The Williams Institute

Advocate, research, convene and consult with LGBTQ Poverty Collaborative to develop a National Policy Agenda that addresses LGBTQ Poverty and economic vulnerability.

Roadwork

To conduct an Oral History Project documenting the cultural political movement that led to work of Roadwork, a multi-racial, women's cultural organization (1977-1995).

Ford Foundation

Grant support from the Ford Foundation to research, write, convene and organize projects that broaden the LGBTQ agenda to include issues of economic vulnerability, criminal justice reform, gender justice, and responses to arguments based on tradition.

LPAC - Lesbian SuperPAC

We staff this progressive, feminist, lesbian political action committee (LPAC) on an interim basis while the PAC searches for a new leader.

Past Projects

USAID

Produced a landscape analysis and program recommendations on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and International Development for USAID Office of Public Private Partnerships. Project contributed to launch of major (over $20 million) initiative by USAID to support work around world on sexual orientation and gender identity

Center for Gender & Sexuality Law

Conducted criminal justice, nonprofit, and SOGI policy research; raised more than $2 million of dollars in new resources for Center at Columbia Law School