The LGBTQ+ community will not achieve full equality as long as LGBTQ+ people of color continue to face oppression and marginalization on the basis of race. The Human Rights Campaign is committed to fighting racism and racial oppression, challenging hateful policies and rhetoric and representing and advocating for the full diversity of the LGBTQ+ community through a range of strategies, tactics and programs.

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QTBIPOC Mental Health and Well-Being

LGBTQ+ people of color, similar to their broader LGBTQ+ community, experience alarmingly high rates of mental health challenges. It disrupts their daily lives and can be life-threatening, especially for children…

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Transgender, Workplace, Communities of Color

Who's Hiring

Join this web series from HRC and Trans Can Work to connect transgender and non-binary job seekers with opportunities and resources.

Transgender, Hate Crimes, Communities of Color

Violence Against the Transgender Community in 2016

Sadly, 2016 has already seen at least 16 transgender people fatally shot, stabbed and killed by other violent means. As HRC continues to work toward justice and equality for transgender…

Workplace, Communities of Color, Transgender

Understanding Poverty in the LGBTQ+ Community

Poverty generally refers to a lack of basic necessities, resources and income, though its exact definition is often widely debated and measured in a variety of ways. A common way…

Communities of Color, Health & Aging

The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Latinx LGBTQ People

In partnership with PSB Insights, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation has been tracking the economic impact of COVID-19 on the LGBTQ community. While previous data spoke to the impact of…