In our current political moment, there has been considerable discussion and concern around voter suppression and structural efforts to make it more difficult for marginalized communities to vote.
We are proud to announce that registration for our first LGBT Institute Symposium is now live! The Symposium will take place the weekend of November 18-20 at Georgia State University in Atlanta. Don't miss this incredible opportunity at a pivotal time in our movement!
Join us on Friday, November 18 at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, for an of insightful afternoon as we bring together corporate peers and experts from the field who can provide strategic direction to support your diverse customers and employees.
Please join us for an afternoon of conversation, networking, and insights as we further develop our community research initiative and review questions for our 14 state Southern Survey!
Join the LGBT Institute as we host the Counter Narrative Project at the Center for Civil and Human Rights to commemorate the legacy of writer and activist James Baldwin.
The Summer Teach-In is a chance for youth to learn on how to plan, strategize, and ignite an activist movement on campus
Southern Fried Queer Pride (SFQP) is an Atlanta-based queer and trans alternative Pride festival celebrating the robust and vibrant community in the Southern United States.
Join the LGBT Institute, Touching Up Our Roots, and Atlanta Pride, on Sunday, June 19th at 2pm at the Center for Civil and Human Rights as we board the trolley with LGBT friends and allies to explore our LGBT history!
Join us and stand in solidarity with us against anti-LGBT hate.
Please join us for an afternoon of conversation, networking, and insights as we further develop our community research initiative!
Georgia Equality plan for a historic rally on April 5th to celebrate the Veto Victory!--Here's how you can participate.
Join us as we help the Transgender Law Center celebrate the launch of their digital storytelling project, including a screening of the videos and highlights from their national needs assessment of trans and gender non-conforming people living with HIV.
Join community members, activists, academics, artists, and others who are interested in providing insights and support around the LGBT Institute's three areas of focus while learning more about our plans for the year and to network!
Please join the National Center for Civil and Human Rights LGBT Institute as we host The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights for a round table conversation on civil rights and religious exemptions.
On the streets these young people face a significant chance of becoming victims of human trafficking. Once trafficked, they could face beatings, mutilations, brandings, rapes, and other abuses.
The breakfast honors these two highly influential activists, provides space for fellowship, and enhances progressive coalition building among LGBTQ people and our allies working for social justice.
Join the LGBT Institute at the Center for Civil and Human Rights for a FREE screening of the highly acclaimed film that follows the lives of three gay Palestinian friends confronting their national and sexual identity in Tel Aviv. The event is hosted by the international law firm, Jones Day.
People’s Mobilization on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy: A Counter Conference to the National HIV Prevention Conference
The Counter Conference serves to raise issues many advocates feel are inadequately addressed by the National HIV Prevention Conference and National HIV/AIDS Strategy.
The 2015 National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC) is the preeminent conference for scientists, public health officials, community workers, clinicians, and persons living with HIV from a wide variety of organizations to share their expertise and ultimately prevent infections, strengthen care and reduce disparities.
The LGBT Institute is proud to partner with TFA's LGBTQ Community Initiative for the Deep South Summit to be held here in Atlanta on November 21st-22nd.
The LGBT Institute will host Ruth Messinger, President of American Jewish World Service, and others, for a deeper dialogue on LGBT rights here in the South and around the globe. This interactive community conversation will explore the LGBT Institute's three main areas of focus on LGBT equality in education and employment, public health and wellness, and criminal justice and safety.
Join us as we launch the LGBT Institute and premiere the Atlanta LGBT Exhibit on Wednesday, September 2!
The NGLCC conference is the largest LGBT business development event in the world.
The four-day National LGBT 50th Anniversary Celebration also includes wreath laying at the Gay Pioneers historical marker, six LGBT history exhibits, panels, parties, National Interfaith Service, "Gay Pioneers" film screening, concert, fireworks, street festival in the gayborhood and more.
Following a decision on marriage by the U.S. Supreme Court – win or lose – The LGBT Institute at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Georgia Equality, Freedom to Marry, and the Atlanta community will come together to mark this historic moment and talk about what the ruling means for same-sex couples and their families.
Gideon’s Promise and the Center for Civil and Human Rights will come together to discuss the current state of the judicial system and where we should be heading together. This program is free with RSVP(entrance to The Center is not included).
The Center for Civil and Human Rights will bring Luvuyo Mandela, great-grandson of Nelson Mandela, to Atlanta. Mr. Mandela will tie the legacy of the American Civil Rights Movement to movements that are happening on the continent of Africa today. This event is free with RSVP.
The Center has partnered with Teaching Tolerance to present a social justice curriculum that is aligned to the Common Core Language Arts and Literacy standards - and to the groundbreaking Teaching Tolerance Anti-bias Framework (ABF). Please join us!
The conference will be a prime networking opportunity for all Christians who want to advance the dignity of LGBT people, especially Christians in non-affirming churches, denominations, or communities who seek to have more loving, fruitful, and informed conversations with non-affirming friends and family members.