As a Black church movement for gay and transgender justice, we envision a community that embraces the diversity of the human family and ensures that all are treated with love, compassion, and justice.
Black gay and transgender people are too often case studies in discrimination, shame, hardship, insecurity and isolation.
Job insecurity and other financial threats, lack of legal protections, discrimination in employment and housing, heightened violence due to gender non-conformity—all these and more can be a daily reality. The Black church, historically a crucible for social change, has been strangely silent and unavailable to confront or address the inequalities and injustices experienced by LGBT people and their families.
Many Voices envisions a Black church and community that embraces the diversity of the human family and ensures that all are treated with love, compassion, and justice.
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Additional Resources in Across NC - Statewide County
- American Society on Aging
- Crape Myrtle Festival
- Healthy Sexual
- Hope Remains
- Legal Aid NC – Senior Law Project
- MORE POWERFUL NC
- NATIONAL FAITH HIV/AIDS AWARENESS DAY FAITH LEADER TOOLKIT
- NC AIDS Action Network
- NC Area Agencies on Aging
- NC Baptist Aging Ministry (BAM)
- NC INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION BRANCH STOP STIGMA GUIDE
- Never Use Alone
- North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition
- NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
- North Carolina Senior Resources
- Southern AIDS Coalition (SAC)
- The Black Church and HIV
- THE NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
- Undetectable = Untransmittable