LGBTQ Activism

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52 Ways #9: Raise Your Voice and Vote!

Raise Your Voice and Vote! As Candace Bond of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has written, “The right to vote is the cornerstone of our democracy and the fundamental right upon which all our civil liberties rest.”  For LGBTQ+ people, voting is absolutely crucial in the ongoing struggle to ensure the civil rights of […]

Liberating Religious Liberty: Faith Organizing Within Catholic Communities

This unique training opportunity discusses the topic of harmful religious liberty legislation and how to prepare messaging for the upcoming Supreme Court case “Fulton v. Philadelphia.” Designed specifically for advocates and faith organizers within Catholic communities, this training discusses how to have effective conversations with legislators, turn stories into Op Eds and Letters to the […]

52 Ways #6: Share Your Space (Including Virtual Space!)

Many communities of faith have the blessing of having their own spaces for worship, education, and other programs. Sometimes that gift goes underutilized and is empty for parts of the day or week. One way to expand your welcome and put those rooms to good use is to make them available for LGBTQ groups at […]

Bringing Spirituality Out of the Closet: A Webinar for Progressive Catholics with Dr. Craig A. Ford, Jr.

Click here for a video recording of this event! The brave voices of progressive Catholics will be highlighted and affirmed during this virtual gathering space, including Marianne Duddy-Burke of Dignity USA; Francis DeBernardo of New Ways Ministry; and representatives from Families with Dignity. CLGS, DignityUSA, New Ways Ministry, and Families with Dignity will share compelling […]

Sacred Activism: A CLGS Lavender Lunch with Rev. Dr. Roland Stringfellow

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Click HERE for a video recording of this Lavender Lunch! In this Lavender Lunch Rev. Dr. Roland Stringfellow, Coordinator of the CLGS African American Roundtable and Pastor of MCC Detroit, Michigan, explores “sacred activism” as a vocation to work for justice.  Rooted in our current realities and also building upon past movements of resistance and activism, […]