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Community Focus
Location
Community Focus
People with Disabilities, Gender Non-Conforming, LGBTQ, Queer, Trans, Two Spirit, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous, Latina/e/o/x, For All, Multicultural
Location
Tacoma, WA
Destiny City Film Festival’s mission is to use the power of vibrant cinematic storytelling to curate an engaged community audience for independent film. Part of that mission is providing a safe space for stories that have not historically received equal representation. We strive to be inclusive, welcoming, accessible and encouraging of all BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and Disability communities and all marginalized voices as we continue to evolve and learn.
Community Focus
LGBTQ, Trans
Location
, CA
Online & Offline Community Resource for Trans & LGBTQ Professionals and Job-Seekers
Community Focus
Trans, Women, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
San Francisco, CA
We support grassroots orgs across the U.S. led by women of color, low-income women & transgender ppl changing the game on electoral organizing.
Community Focus
People with Disabilities, Femme, Gender Non-Conforming, Immigrant/Refugee, WA, LGBTQ, Low Income, Queer, Trans, Women, Asian / Pacific Islander (API), Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), Hispanic, Indigenous, Latina/e/o/x, For All, Multicultural
Location
Seattle, WA
Young Women Empowered (Y-WE) is a nonprofit that serves young women, trans, and non-binary people ages 13-26.
Community Focus
WA, LGBTQ, Queer, Trans, For All
Location
Seattle, WA
The Seattle Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Commission advises the Mayor, City Council and City departments about issues of concern affecting the LGBTQ community. The Commission recommends policies and legislation, brings together LGBTQ communities with the larger Seattle community through long-range projects, and ensures City departments fairly and equitably address issues affecting and involving Seattle's LGBTQ communities as individuals and as a protected class afforded accessibility and inclusion to the services of the City of Seattle.
Community Focus
Femme, WA, Trans, Two Spirit, Women, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
, WA
This network is led by Trans people of color and advances the lives of Trans Women, Femmes, Two-Spirit and people of color living in Washington State.
Community Focus
WA, Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Seattle, WA
The Queer People of Color Alliance, or QPOCA, is a group on the University of Washington Seattle campus for queer and trans* folks of color in the Seattle area.
Community Focus
WA, Queer, Trans, Women, Black, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Seattle, WA
Surge Reproductive Justice mobilizes communities to build a world where all people can make powerful, self determined choices for their bodies and the future of their families and communities.
Community Focus
Gender Non-Conforming, WA, Trans, Black, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Seattle, WA
doula + birth ed + babywearing + lactation counseling. driven by compassion + empowerment for all birthing people.
Community Focus
WA, Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous
Location
Tacoma, WA
Community Focus
Femme, Gender Non-Conforming, WA, Queer, Trans, Two Spirit, Black, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous, Pasifika
Location
Seattle, WA
Alphabet Alliance of Color (AAoC) is an organizing alliance of all our letters: two spirit, black, brown, disabled, femme, gender non-conforming, indigenous, pasifika, queer, trans, people of color who are healers, caretakers, dreamers, organizers, and community leaders. We center people like you who share our identities, and we serve our intersectional community — meaning ourselves, our intersectional community, and all of our letters above who are experiencing racism, violence, transphobia, and economic violence.
Community Focus
Gender Non-Conforming, WA, Trans
Location
, WA
TRANSform Washington is a public education campaign celebrating the dignity, diversity and humanity of transgender and gender non-conforming people.
Community Focus
African, WA, Queer, Trans, Black, Caribbean, Cuban, Indigenous
Location
Seattle, WA
The Black Trans Prayer Book is an interfaith, multi-dimensional, artistic and theological work that collects the stories, poems, prayers, meditation, spells, and incantations of Black Trans & Non-Binary people. Often pushed out of Faith spaces and yet still deeply connected to a historical legacy of spiritual essentiality, Black Trans People face unprecedented amounts of spiritual, physical, and psychological violence. The Black Trans Prayer Book is a tool of healing, and affirmation centered on uplifting Black Trans & Non-Binary people and celebrating our place within faith.
What does it mean to have a faith practice that simultaneously challenges white supremacy and transphobia? Where is there a theological framework that centers the most marginalized and creates pathways towards an active spirituality moving alongside social justice? How might a spiritual practice not in tune with these questions cause harm? The #BlackTransPrayerBook, is holding these very questions.

What does it mean to have a faith practice that simultaneously challenges white supremacy and transphobia? Where is there a theological framework that centers the most marginalized and creates pathways towards an active spirituality moving alongside social justice? How might a spiritual practice not in tune with these questions cause harm? The #BlackTransPrayerBook, is holding these very questions.
Community Focus
WA, LGBTQ, Queer, Trans, Two Spirit, Black, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous
Location
Seattle, WA
Queer The Land is a collaborative project grounded in the self-determination of queer, trans, and two spirit Black/ indigenous/ people of color (QT2BIPOC) and the vision of collectively owning our land and labor.
Community Focus
WA, Queer, Trans, Black
Location
Seattle, WA
J Mase III is a Black/Trans/queer poet & educator based in Seattle by way of Philly. As an educator, Mase has worked with community members in the US, UK, and Canada on the needs of LGBTQIA+ folks and racial justice in spaces such as K-12 schools, universities, faith communities and restricted care facilities. He is founder of awQward, the first trans and queer people of color talent agency.
Community Focus
WA, LGBTQ, Low Income, Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Auburn, WA
Mutual aid support for QTBIPOC, low income, & people who been affected by the challenges connected to COVID-19 in Auburn/Duwamish land.
Community Focus
Femme, Gender Non-Conforming, WA, LGBTQ, Queer, Trans, Two Spirit, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Seattle , WA
What the Funk?! An All POC Burlesque Tribute to Funk Music was conceived as a show idea in early 2018 after our founder. Mx. Pucks A’Plenty, thought about doing a classic burlesque number to a Stevie Wonder song, but realizing it wouldn't count as a classic era song choice. This got their wheels turning and What the Funk?! was born. On August 24, 2018 we kicked off two nights of two all POC casts at the historic Jewelbox Theatre in The Rendezvous in Seattle, Washington.
The first inaugural What the Funk?! An All POC Burlesque Festival took place in the Emerald City, aka Seattle, Washington on August 22-24, 2019. What the Funk?! is produced by Puckduction in association with The Stay Up late Show and Powered by Shunpike. Featuring over 40+ performers over the weekend, What the Funk?! hosted three shows and two days of classes.
Community Focus
WA, Gender Non-Conforming, LGBTQ, Queer, Trans, Two Spirit, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Seattle, WA
ARTS at King Street Station is a dynamic space for arts and culture in the heart of the city, dedicated to increasing opportunities for communities of color to generate and present their work.
Community Focus
WA, LGBTQ, Queer, Trans, Black, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Seattle, WA
Every Legendary Children is an event to remember, curated with queer and transgender people of color. This free evening includes art, dance, music and other performances by queer and transgender artists.
Community Focus
WA, African American, Trans, Black, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
Location
Seattle, WA
Tranzzlation is a Black transwoman-led grassroots Organization invested in the advancement of all Queer and trans folk, specifically those that are BIPOC Trans identifying.
We serve and mobilize communities in order to heal our collective soil from the poisons of our past and present, so our future roses can thrive.
Through community engagement, education, and therapeutic services around the disparities those of marginalized backgrounds face.