Spartacus publishes both a domestic and international index of countries and states indicating how LGBTQ-friendly they are.
This guide includes three sections: 1. mental health risk factors unique to members of the LGBTQI community; 2. How to find the right mental health professional; 3. A list of LGBTQI mental health resources.
Welcoming America’s series of articles on social cohesion explores what Welcoming America and other national- and local-level thought leaders and practitioners have learned about engaging long-term members of receiving communities to advance immigrant inclusion and build stronger, more cohesive communities.
A majority of Americans (the “Exhausted Majority”) are fed up by America’s polarization. They know we have more in common than that which divides us: our belief in freedom, equality, and the pursuit of the American dream. The Hidden Tribes project seeks to help people to understand the roots of our polarization and what you can do to reunite our fractured communities
First published in March of 2012 and updated May 18, 2020 – This publication helps to answers the question: “How can our mainstream aging organization provide inclusive and welcoming services to older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults?” Written with suggestions, tips and practical ideas from mainstream aging providers in the field, along with SAGE and the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging’s partners.
This website offers a truly comprehensive, ecumenical, and global set of resources for any congregation wising to welcome and support their LGBTQ neighbors. It , including guides, training materials, links, and directories.
As part of the Bridging Differences initiative at the University of California at Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, this playbook synthesizes the core skills and strategies for bridging political, racial, religious, and other divides to support positive dialogue, relationships, and understanding between groups or individuals. Welcoming America is cited on page 36 as an example of how to put the skill of seeking and promoting counter-stereotypical information into practice.