Where to Find Black LGBTQ+ Communities
Author : Emily Clarke | Published On : 17 Sep 2021
Finding other LGBTQ+ people can be hard at times. You might be looking for friends or are interested in Black lesbian dating. In either case, you want to go to the right places to look for other people. Take a look at the list below to discover organizations, groups, funds and an app that serves the Black LGBTQ+ community.
This organization provides support for the Black LGBTQ+ community, especially Black women.
African Ancestral Lesbians United for Societal Change (AALUSC)
This member-led community focuses on the concerns and needs of lesbians of color.
This organization uses social justice programming, wellness and cultural arts to support artistic expression, promote health and wellness, support artists and mobilize coalitions to create change.
Black AIDS Institute
This organization seeks to end the HIV epidemic through advocacy, policy and HIV services.
Black and Latino LGBTQ Coalition
This group helps seniors to secure housing, provides a community pride center in Harlem, advocates for equity in housing and provides fair treatment and employment for transgender organizations and community members.
Black Transwomen, Inc.
Black Transwomen, Inc. provides the trans-feminine community with resources and programs that help to promote individual growth and uplift Black transwomen.
National Black Trans Advocacy Coalition
This advocacy center works to end health inequity, poverty, racist housing practices and racist employment systems and helps provide community education, direct services, empowerment programs and public policy initiatives.
Black Trans Travel Fund
This fund helps trans women of color with safe alternative methods of travel.
Dallas Southern Pride
This group helps to promote inclusion and equality for the LGBTQ+ community in Dallas — especially for Black members. They host events for Juneteenth and Pride.
Emergency Release Fund
The Emergency Release Fund helps to post bail for those in the LGBTQ+ community who are unable to post bail. This can help people to stay out of NYC prisons, where COVID-19 rates are high.
HER can be used as a Black lesbian dating app where Black women, trans people and others can find friends and dates.
Emily Clarke writes about social networking apps and LGBT community. You can find her thoughts at stud lesbian blog.