Giving Compass' Take:
- Kelley Robinson, the first Black, queer woman to lead the Human Rights Campaign, speaks about the current fight for equality for LGBTQ+ rights and what might happen in the next year.
- How can donors support LGBTQ+ rights as a movement and not just organizations? How does that approach look different?
- Read more about LGBTQ+ rights in this guide for donors.
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The last year in our politics has seen an erosion of rights for LGBTQ+ Americans, who are facing an assault on their very existence, with bans on books that affirm their experience, to hundreds of bills in statehouses targeting the rights of transgender youth.
A year ahead of an election that again feels existential for millions of voters, Kelley Robinson — who marked her one-year anniversary this week as the first Black, queer woman to lead the Human Rights Campaign, the country’s largest LGBTQ+ advocacy organization — sees the moment as one in which she is uniquely positioned to lead.
Read the full article about LGBTQ+ rights by Errin Haines at The19th.