Coalition New Year Commitment #1: Increased Advocacy

Coalition New Year Commitment #1: Increased Advocacy

“If I wait for someone else to validate my existence, it will mean that I’m shortchanging myself,” says Zanele Muholi, south African activist and artist who uses her art to show the “beauty and individuality of black LGBTQ women: a group that she believes has been terribly underrepresented in all forms of art.”

Open and Affirming Coalition New Year Commitment #1: Increased advocacy for LGBTQIA+ people in 2021 and beyond.

Inside and outside of our faith communities, we are committed to continuing the movement for justice and equality.

If you would like to support this commitment and partner with us in this effort, please consider becoming a sustaining donor or sign up to get our biweekly newsletter – RIPPLES.

The article, “Here are just six victories for the LGBTQ community that came in 2020” from LGBTQ Nation demonstrates the power that can come when we work together to transform the world.