Yesterday was a historic day for equality as we witnessed the inauguration of the most pro-equality President in history and the first female and first woman of color Vice President. Hours after taking the oath of office Biden signed an executive order directing federal agencies to implement the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic Bostick v. Clayton County decision. The ruling declared that anti-LGBTQ discrimination is a form of sex discrimination, thus illegal in the workplace.
Guilford Green Foundation & LGBTQ Center is calling on local artists, graphic designers, and creative people to submit designs for a special edition t-shirt. The winning design will be featured on the front of the official limited edition 2020 telethon t-shirt available only on November 19th during the livestream event.
Join us for an LGBTQ-focused job fair on Friday, November 6! LGBTQ job seekers will have a chance to meet with local employers with inclusive hiring practices and policies.
Join us for musical and drag performances, comedy, raffles, auctions, and special guest stars, including Melissa Etheridge, Carson Kressley, and Roxanne Gay. Also appearances by Lyn Koonce, Kitty Litter and Brenda the Drag Queen, and Jessica Mashburn and Evan Olson.
Voting at the polls can be daunting for transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming or other LGBTQ community members using a preferred name that does not match their legal name. These guidelines outline what to expect at the polls and offer suggestions for dealing with the possible situations that might occur.
Guilford Green Foundation & LGBTQ Center (GGF) recognizes the history of the white, gay establishment’s role in systemic racism both nationally and locally. We embrace this pivotal moment in history and are committed to creating an equitable society.
This Juneteenth, we are celebrating Black freedom, resilience, and community. Please join us for a special celebration, led by local Black organizers. The event will open with drumming and healing time, and will include Black trans speakers who will talk about Black trans folx place in Pride and the history of Juneteenth. A special new…
We believe that #BlackLivesMatter and we support the work towards racial justice and justice for George Floyd.
We need your help! Postponing our Gala means that we are projecting a $65,000 revenue shortfall this fiscal year.
Check out our ongoing list of resources related to COVID-19, as well as some fun things to keep you occupied while you’re home.