At The Heart of the Matter We Are Fundamentally Connected By Our Pursuit of Freedom.
#FiveFilms4Freedom is a British Council led global, digital short-film celebration in support of LGBTQ+ human rights. The Foreign Office partners with the British Council each year to promote the #FiveFilms4Freedom campaign.
Gay8 Festival is a FREE annual Latinx LGBTQ music, food and art street festival in Miami that seeks to bring all communities together through the power of art and entertainment.
The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is a private,
not-for-profit sales and marketing organization and the Official Destination
Marketing Organization for Greater Miami and the Beaches. It is a private-public partnership with more than 1,000 private business members and four local governments: Miami-Dade, City of Miami Beach, City of Miami and the Village of Bal Harbour.
The Mission of the MPAS LGBTQA initiatives is to meet the needs of the LGBTQA Student population, by developing and implementing educational, social, and resource programs and services. These initiatives are aimed at reducing homophobia and heterosexism on both campuses through education, advocacy, awareness and assisting our LGBTQ students in reaching their full potential!
Pridelines Youth Services is dedicated to supporting, educating and empowering South Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in a safe and diverse environment.
The Race, Space & Memory Project was founded by Corinna Moebius,
a cultural anthropologist and Ph.D. candidate, scholar, educator and socio-historical tour developer. The project spearheads programs that seek to connect and inspire others in the effort to build a more equitable, inclusive and sustainable world. They commission a tour program where walking tours are implemented within an anthropological and social justice context and critical thinking about the ways in which spaces are created and promoted is examined. In addition, the AfroOchoDance initiative is part of the Race, Space and Memory Project that focuses on Afro descendant dances within the African diaspora while making the public aware of the fact the dance was used as a way for Afro descended peoples within the diaspora to communicate, organize and sustain their communities.
The International Institute on Race, Equality, and Human Rights works with counterparts in the Afro-descendant, indigenous communities and LGBT movement in Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, and Peru, as well as with regional Afro-descendant and LGBT networks in the Americas and a broad range of organizations and individual activists throughout the continent to combat racial and ethnic discrimination and discrimination due to sexual orientation and gender identity.
American Museum of the Cuban Diaspora attempts to understand the impact that the Cuban Diaspora has had on our world today. They showcase the history, culture and contribution the Cuban Diaspora has given to the arts and humanities and enable patrons to look deeper into a history that is often underreported.