Historically Black Colleges and Universities
HRCF’s historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) program empowers LGBT HBCU students to be change-agents on their campus and lead resourcefully through the intersections of race, religion, gender identity, class and sexual orientation. Check back fore more information on the 2015 summit.
ImpactHRC’s HBCU Initiative arose out of a need to support LGBT students attending historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) after two violent, anti-LGBT bias incidents occurred at two prominent HBCUs in 2001. Shortly after the incidents, HRC convened a dynamic group of LGBT HBCU student-leaders committed to advocating for LGBT-inclusion and social justice on campuses and in their communities.Since the program’s inception, HRC has established relationships with 30 out of 105 HBCUs by providing support to LGBT and allied students, faculty and staff who wish to improve LGBT inclusivity on their campuses.
- Coming Out Guide for African Americans
- Establishing an Allies/SafeZone Program
- GenEQ Guide to Entering the Workforce
- Request a copy of Facilitating Campus Climates of Pluralism, Inclusivity and Progressive Change at HBCUs
- Watch video of the “Generation Equality: Entering the Workforce” panel from HRC's 2013 HBCU Leadership and Career Summit
Campus & Young Adult
Campus & Young AdultAs young people push to attain the goals of the queer community on their campuses, HRC is working to provide tools, facilitate connections with other LGBT student activists across the country and empower youth to fight for LGBT equality on campus and beyond.Learn more