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  1. Arcus Forum: “Say My Name: Stories of LGBTQ Youth from New Orleans”

    Say My Name: Stories of LGBTQ Youth from New Orleans,” performed March 25 at the New York Live Arts Center, was developed through an interactive theater workshop with BreakOUT! members in New Orleans in October 2013.

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  2. Arcus Forum: Less Than Human

    The Arcus Forum “Less Than Human,” held at the New York Society for Ethical Culture on Sept. 30, 2013, explored how humans often degrade each other in order to assert dominance and how we often exploit nature and other species for research, entertainment, and other purposes.

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  3. National Transgender Advocacy Convening Creates New Opportunities

    The National Transgender Advocacy Convening, hosted by the Arcus Foundation on November 12, 2013, gathered more than 40 transgender activists and allies in a forum to discuss challenges faced by the trans community, including employment, healthcare access, economic security, recognition, equality, advocacy, and the community’s future. The report captures major highlights, themes, and next steps for consideration from the convening.

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  4. Arcus Foundation Annual Report 2012

    Arcus’ 2012 Annual Report highlights the work of Arcus grantees and partners across the globe who are building movements towards the Foundation's goal of creating a more just and humane world.

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  5. Social Justice Program

    The Arcus Foundation’s social justice strategy aims to enable individuals and families of every sexual orientation and gender identity, race, and ethnicity to live their lives with dignity and respect, and express their love and sense of self wherever they are in the world.

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What We Support

The creation of a more just and humane world, based on diversity, equality, and fundamental respect.

 

The Arcus Foundation’s social justice strategy aims to enable individuals and families of every sexual orientation and gender identity, race, and ethnicity to live their lives with dignity and respect, and express their love and sense of self wherever they are in the world.

Read about the strategy or download the brochure.