BFF is a movement incubator that focuses on the dynamic possibilities of galvanizing the social and political power of Black feminisms as a blueprint for liberation. It intends to amplify and support the leadership and power of Black feminist leaders and increase the capacity and impact of Black feminist organizations, and movements.
The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division is an independent, all-volunteer queer cultural center, bookstore, and event space hosted by The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in New York City. It seeks to excite and educate a self-confident, sex-positive, and supportive queer community by offering books, publications, and art and by hosting readings, performances, film screenings, book discussion groups, and workshops.
CLAGS provides a platform for intellectual leadership in addressing issues that affect lesbian, gay, bisexual transgender, and queer individuals and other sexual and gender minorities. As the first university-based LGBTQ research center in the U.S., it nurtures cutting-edge scholarship, organizes events for examining and affirming LGBTQ lives, and fosters network-building among academics, artists, activists, policy makers, and community members.
HRC envisions a world where every member of the LGBTQ+ family has the freedom to live their truth without fear, and with equality under the law. HRC empowers our 3 million members and supporters to mobilize against attacks on the most marginalized people in our community. HRC's goal is to ensure that all LGBTQ+ people, and particularly those of us who are trans, people of color and HIV+, are treated as full and equal citizens within our movement, across our country and around the world.
Developed by the Centre for Women’s Development Studies, this pathfinder seeks to compile women’s studies resources pertaining to all South Asian Regions that emanate from research institutions, government bodies, NGOs, universities, mass media, and experts. It includes an online bibliographical database of Doctoral Theses conducting research on women submitted to Indian universities and institutes.
Established in 1977, the NWSA has as one of its primary objectives promoting and supporting the production and dissemination of knowledge about women and gender through teaching, learning, research and service in academic and other settings.
Originally founded in October 2008 by Jonathan Ned Katz, this site is part online encyclopedia/part digital archive of LGBTQ histories. It includes timelines, bibliographies, oral histories, visual and textual materials, and entries on periods, people, places, and subjects as well as a blog.
Running from 1991-1997, QRD was an electronic library with news clippings, political contact information, newsletters, essays, images, hyperlinks, and every other kind of information resource of interest to the GLB community. Now frozen in time on the internet, QRD serves as an online archive of GLB community interests during the early ages of the internet.
TLC is the largest national trans-led organization advocating self-determination for all people by changing law, policy, and attitudes. Grounded in legal expertise and committed to racial justice, it employs a variety of community-driven strategies to keep transgender and gender nonconforming people alive, thriving, and fighting for liberation.
Discover new and inspiring reads by Black women writers. This site exists to introduce a cohort of diverse writers to future generations--contemporary authors who are non-binary, queer, trans, and disabled--to address inequalities and improve communities through reading and reflecting on the works of Black women.
Located at UCLA School of Law, the Williams Institute conducts independent research on sexual orientation and gender identity law and public policy. It ensures that facts—not stereotypes—inform laws, policies, and judicial decisions that affect the LGBT community.