Off-Campus Organizations & Partners

Atlanta Area

 

Atlanta Pride is a non-profit that organizes the annual Pride Festival and Parade, as well as community events throughout the year.

Charis Books and More in Decatur on Agnes Scott College's campus offers queer-inclusive yoga, workshops, writing and reading groups, author readings, and community discussions. 

The Georgia Diversity Council has an LGBT-Allies Diversity Summit, which presents resources and information to elevate the conversation regarding workplace equality. Peers also have the opportunity to share best practices on what they are doing to advance LGBTQIA policies within their organization.

Georgia Equality is a statewide advocacy organization working for changes to laws and conditions impacting LGBTQIA people.

PFLAG Atlanta provides support groups for parents and family members of LGBTQIA people, as well as LGBTQIA people who are dealing with the coming out process.

The Rush Center is a community meeting place for LGBTQIA organizations.

SPARK Reproductive Justice Now coordinates events and a media camp to engage queer and trans youth, especially youth of color, in organizing for reproductive justice.

 

Off-Campus Resources

The GLBT National Help Center is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to meeting the needs of the queer community.

500 Queer Scientists is a visibility campaign to provide role models for the LGBTQIA community in STEM.

NOGLSTEP is a professional organization for supporting LGBTQIA students and professionals in STEM through awards, scholarships, and mentorship.

oSTEM or, out in STEM, is a non-profit professional association with chapters around the world focused on supporting the intersection of the LGBTQIA community with STEM.