ABC7 honors pride month | Resources and information
ABC7 will also present the “Thrive with Pride Celebration” celebration, Saturday June 12 at 9 p.m. on ABC7.
Join ABC7 hosts Ellen Leyva and Brandi Hitt, as well as special guest host Raven-Symoné as they celebrate Pride in SoCal. Karl Schmid and Eric Resendiz will report on the special.
We’ll spotlight the local LGBTQ + people who make a difference, from lawmakers to essential workers.
We’ll hear personal stories from the LGBTQ + community, as well as special performances by LGBTQ + ally and Backstreet Boy AJ McLean and the Los Angeles Gay Men’s Chorus.
Here are organizations working to support LGBTQ + people and their allies in our community and across the country.
Los Angeles AIDS Walk
AIDS Walk LA is the world’s first walk to fight HIV and AIDS. That’s right – 35 years ago a bunch of sick activists, patients, advocates and friends put their soles on the line to shake up the government during the AIDS crisis. And it happened in the streets of Los Angeles.
APLA Health’s mission is to achieve equity in health care and promote the well-being of LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV.
Diversity Collective is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit community organization governed by a volunteer board of directors and advisory board. Our mission is to promote advocacy, education, mental and physical health for the LGBTQ community and those affected by HIV and AIDS in Ventura County, California. We do this work through our community resource center, community building programs and events.
Gay Therapy Center – LA
Since 2016, the Gay Therapy Center in Los Angeles has helped hundreds of Los Angeles clients at their offices in West Hollywood, Los Feliz, Westwood, and Santa Monica. While the goal is to make therapy convenient and close to your home or office, their main goal is to put you in touch with a therapist that you will truly be in touch with. Each Gay Therapy Center therapist is fully licensed by the State of California. LA psychotherapists have an average of ten years of experience and many have over twenty years of experience.
GLAAD – Chapter LA
GLAAD Los Angeles hosts media series showcasing queer art and storytelling, including OUTFEST. GLAAD rewrites script for LGBTQ acceptance. As a dynamic media force, GLAAD tackles difficult issues to shape the narrative and spark a dialogue that leads to cultural change. GLAAD protects all that has been accomplished and creates a world where everyone can live the life they love.
GLSEN – Chapter LA
GLSEN Los Angeles is a chapter of GLSEN, a national organization that fights for the right of every student to a safe and supportive education. GLSEN LA is a local initiative, working locally in our community to ensure safe schools for all students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. There are 43 chapters across the country.
LA Pride / Christopher Street West Association
Christopher Street West (CSW), a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, organized the world’s first authorized gay rights parade on June 28, 1970 to commemorate the Stonewall Rebellion on Christopher Street in New York the year before. Over 50 years later, we have built a rich history as an active voice of the LGBTQ + community in the Greater Los Angeles area. Although we are best known for producing the LA Pride Parade & Festival, we also organize, sponsor or support other community events throughout the year, and work with our non-profit, philanthropic, community and corporate partners. to promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
Latin American Alliance for Equality
The mission of the Latino Equality Alliance (LEA) is to advocate for the equity, safety and well-being of the Latinx Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer + community. As a non-profit organization with a strong focus on family acceptance, LGBT equality and immigration reform; LEA engages leaders and organizations of the LGBT Latinx community in direct action, organizing to tackle issues of harassment, homophobia, xenophobia, family separation, violence against young people, homelessness, high health risk behaviors and HIV / AIDS.
Long Beach LGBTQ Center
The Long Beach LGBTQ Center advances equity for LGBTQ people through culturally appropriate advocacy, education, programs and services. We envision affirming communities where all LGBTQ people live in health, well-being, security and prosperity.
LGBTQ OC Center
At the CO Center LGBTQ, all members and allies of Orange County’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community come together in a network of support and unity. Our life affirmation programs focus on empowerment, and our advocacy efforts focus on speaking out against hate and discrimination. We exist so that every segment of the LGBTQ population in Orange County has the resources to thrive in their own lives and communities. The Orange County LGBTQ Center provides services to more than 14,000 people each year across a wide range of cultures, ethnicities, ages and economic backgrounds.
Riverside LGBTQ + Center
The vision of the Riverside LGBTQ + Center is: To guide and support the local LGBTQ + community and its allies. To help them become who they aspire to be. To achieve their goals with courage and pride. Forming friendships and bonds with community members through different programs that will inspire them to do their best. Be free. Love everyone and be loved by everyone.
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Since 1969, the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, advocated for, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. The Center provides services to more LGBT people than any other organization in the world, offering programs, services and global advocacy that span four broad categories: health, social services and housing, culture and education, leadership and advocacy.
ONE Archives Foundation Inc. is the independent community partner that supports USC’s National Gay and Lesbian Archives in USC Libraries, the largest repository of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) records in Canada. world. Today, the organization is dedicated to promoting this important resource through a variety of activities, including educational initiatives, fundraising, and a range of public programs.
Out & Equal Work Defenders
Out & Equal is the first organization working exclusively on LGBTQ equality in the workplace. They partner with Fortune 1000 companies, government agencies and organizations across industries and various missions to provide LGBTQ executive leadership development, comprehensive D&I training and consultation, and professional networking opportunities that create environments inclusive and welcoming workplaces.
The Trevor project
Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Oscar-winning short TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender youth. , queer and questioning (LGBTQ) under 25. .
The Las Memorias Wall
The Wall Las Memorias is a community health and wellness organization dedicated to serving Latinos, LGBTQs, and other underserved populations through advocacy, education, and generation leadership training.
Trans can work
Trans Can Work (TCW) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit based in Los Angeles, California and is committed to promoting inclusion in the workplace through innovative training strategies and workforce development. Our proven system is based on decades of cumulative experience as transgender leaders working to advance inclusion in the public, private and nonprofit sectors across the country.
LA trans choir
Trans Chorus of Los Angeles is America’s first trans-identified choir made up of transgender, non-binary, intersex, nonconforming, and gender fluid individuals. TCLA celebrates diversity and acceptance in our acceptance and vocal presentation so that others can see and feel the joy we share. Through our music, we bring the awareness, understanding, power and victory of the trans community to the world.
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