Center for HIV Law & Policy is a national resource and advocacy organization that works to advance the rights of people affected by HIV. CHLP combines an online HIV Policy Resource Bank, a creative national advocacy agenda, and case assistance focused on systems and institutions with significant impact on marginalized communities. Learn more here.
Counter Narrative Project advocates around issues impacting black gay men, and stands in solidarity with other movements committed to social justice. We understand that political education, mobilization and capacity building are instrumental to our work. Learn more about our innovative strategies to engage and mobilize Black gay men here.
Feminist Women’s Health Center has strived to empower women through service, education and advocacy since 1977. As Atlanta’s leading non-profit women’s health resource, we have earned an outstanding reputation for providing quality care and community education, while working to improve women’s health. Learn more about our holistic approach to health care and wellness here.
Georgia Equality is comprised of two separate corporate entities: Georgia Equality, Inc. and the Equality Foundation of Georgia, Inc. both working to advance fairness, safety and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities here. Stay informed on state legislation and policy affecting LGBT Georgians year-round here.
Racial Justice Action Center emphasizes deep leadership development to facilitate transformation on an individual, community and societal level. This approach is being developed by seasoned organizers who have identified the strengths and weaknesses of traditional social justice organizing and are working to create a model that is more effective, sustainable, democratic and is led by poor and working class people of color. We are working very hard to build a people-centered organization that deeply understands the role of healing, trauma, and oppression (internalized and externalized) in our communities and organizations and which seeks to practice what it preaches in terms of democracy, transparency, and building a culture of empowerment. Join our efforts here.
SERO is a network of people with HIV and allies fighting for freedom from stigma and injustice. SERO is particularly focused on ending inappropriate criminal prosecutions of people with HIV, including for non-disclosure of their HIV status, potential or perceived HIV exposure or HIV transmission. Learn more about SERO here.
SisterLove, Inc. was founded in July of 1989 to advance the demands and amplify the voices of women impacted by HIV in Atlanta by providing health and information resources, facilitating self-help, peer support, sex positive safer sex education, and engaging in intersectional advocacy. SisterLove is on a mission to eradicate the impact of HIV and sexual and reproductive oppression upon all women and their communities in the US and around the world. SisterLove’s Policy and Advocacy team specifically represents SisterLove on the Georgia Coalition to End HIV Criminalization. Learn more about SisterLove’s work here.
SNaP Co. is anchored by the Racial Justice Action Center, La Gender and (Trans)forming, and works to build power among those who are targeted by the Atlanta Police Department – especially Trans and gender non-conforming folks of color, current and former street level sex workers and formerly incarcerated people – and transform the way the City of Atlanta crafts and implements its policies, practices and laws related to street level sex work. Learn more about the coalition here.
SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! is a non-profit organization that works with queer and trans youth as well as black women to build new leadership, change culture, and advance knowledge in the South to ensure individuals and communities have resources to make sustainable decisions about our bodies, gender, sexualities, and lives. Learn how you can help create change here.