As part of our on-going series profiling members of the Trans Justice Working Group, meet Ray. He explains why this work is so important for future generations.
This position supports the overall goals of the fundraising program by helping to manage the identification of donors, developing a strategy to grow business relationships, and managing the annual grant program.
Maurice Evans is the HIV Prevention Specialist for Cascade AIDS Project and works specifically with Communities of Color. I sat down with him to discuss his work and our community. Check out the complete interview!
On November 11th several community leaders came together, at the Our Families: Leaders of Color Dinner and Screening, to reaffirm their dedication and support of LGBT people of color and discuss next steps in moving forward.
On November 11th LGBT people of color, their family, and friends were invited to an intimate evening with the families featured in the three videos created for the Our Families community education campaign.
Meet Jenn in the latest installment of our on-going profiles of Trans Justice Working Group members. She’s one of the folks leading the Trans Justice work at Basic Rights Oregon.
This Sunday, November 20th is the 13th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. Click here to learn more about the importance of this day and the events happening throughout the state.
After careful consideration and extensive community input, Basic Rights Oregon’s Board of Directors voted unanimously to extend our public education campaign and continue to build public support.