It’s June and we’re celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month and the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall riots. The New York Women’s Foundation is committed to investing in the lives of all women, we mean all women, including trans women and gender non-conforming individuals, and we are proud to stand by our grantee partners who are working diligently in empowering and advocating on behalf of LGBTQI and gender non-conforming communities.
Please watch this space as we continue to update it with news, events, and resources from our grantee partners on ways in which you can get involved in celebrating Pride Month!
Brooklyn Pride Parade and Festival, June 8th @ 11:00 a.m.
One Bronx Pride March & Festival with Hetrick Martin Institute, June 23rd @ 10 a.m.
Dyke March, June 29th @ 5 p.m., Bryant Park
Queer Liberation March, June 3oth, @ 9:30 a.m.
NYC Pride March, June 30th, @ 1:00 p.m.
Translash Episode 3: Chosen Families as Liberation , by Imara Jones, fellow-in-residence
Trans Women Need Public Resources, Not Just Victim Remembrance, by Ana Oliveira, President & CEO
What I’ve Learned As A Father Since My Son Came Out, by Ted Bunch, Chief Development Officer of A CALL TO MEN
City and State Pride Power 100 – Our President and CEO, Ana Oliveira, has been listed by City and State as an LGBTQ leader who has been at the forefront in fighting for gay rights laws.
OPINION: Confronting Black men’s roles in the murders of Black transgender women may be the only way to save our lives, by Imara Jones, Fellow-in-Residence at The New York Women’s Foundation.
Trans, black and loved: what happened when I returned to the deep south after transitioning, by Imara Jones, Fellow-in-Residence at The New York Women’s Foundation.
Our fellow-in-residence, Imara Jones, will be doing an Instagram takeover throughout the week of June 24th. Follow us on Instagram.
We participated in Borealis Philanthropy, LGBT Funders, and Third Wave Fund’s #Pride4Liberation Twitter Chat on Wednesday, June 26th to discuss ways in which philanthropy can better support trans-led and QTPOC organizing and organizations. Follow the conversation here.