Queer and Trans People of Color


On-Campus Resources


The QPoC Q Chats discussion group provides a welcoming and friendly environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, pansexual, same gender loving, and two spirit students who identify as people of color. Your facilitators will lead the group in a discussion each week about whatever topics the group would like to explore together, with a focus being on the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality.


Students wanting to engage in allyship and learn more about the intersections of Blackness and queerness should check out the Center's Black Queer Lives Matter partnership with the African American Student Union. 



Off-Campus Resources in the Atlanta Area


Atlanta Black Gay Pride is hosted by In the Life Atlanta each fall, usually on Labor Day weekend.

S.O.N.G (Southerners on New Ground) engages queer people in advocacy and justice work at the intersections of race, immigration, class, disability, gender, and sexuality.

Southern Fried Queer Pride is an alternative pride movement and celebration that hosts workshops, performances, and community gatherings.



National and Online Resources



General Resources


Crossroads, a collaboration between the Multicultural Center and LGBT Campus Center at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, have produced an online resource guide featuring books, movies, websites, and blogs by and about queer people of color. 


Latinx Resources


The Trans Latin@ Coalition engages in advocacy, education, and activism to create positive change for trans Latinas across the U.S.

Somos Familia provides information for families of LGBTQ youth in English and Spanish.

Las Memorias aims to promote wellness and prevent illness among Latinx individuals living with HIV and AIDS. 



Black and African-American Resources


Black Trans Advocacy is a national social justice organization that hosts an annual conference and provides free wellness and advocacy services.

National Black Justice Coalition is a civil rights organization working to empower Black LGBTQ people. 


Asian, Asian-American Pacific Islander Resources


NQAPIA is the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance, is a federation of LGBTQIA Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander organizations.

Gaysi, the Gay Desi, is a blog site with news and articles centered on LGBTQIA South Asian experiences.



Indigenous, First Nations, and Two Spirit Resources


NativeOUT provides information and resources for and about Two Spirit communities.

Native Youth Sexual Health Network works on the issues of sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice.

NativeOut has a directory of Two Spirit resources.