When PFLAG founder Jeanne Manford marched with her gay son, Morty, in New York City’s Christopher Street Liberation Day March in 1972–and held the first peer support meeting less than a year later–she could scarcely have imagined how much larger the organization would become, the number of lives PFLAG would touch, or the many ways–or to the many people across the country and around the world–support would be offered.
For over four decades, PFLAG has provided support to families and allies who are in need, through peer-to-peer meetings, online outreach, and telephone hotlines. PFLAG National also offers a huge variety of resources and programs that provide support for those in need.
Save the date: March 13, free movie screening & discussion
“Between the Shades” is a film that seeks to put faces to the letters LGBTQI and how those letters have evolved since the Stonewall riots. The documentary examines the immense power of labels and the transcendence of love.
Friday, March 13, 7:30-9:30 PM
Woodland Park Church, 302 N. 78th St., Seattle
(an open & affirming church)
The event is free and open to the public. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. For more info, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 LGBTQ Asian and Pacific Islander Youth Report
In 2017, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation partnered with researchers at the University of Connecticut to conduct a groundbreaking survey of over 12,000 LGBTQ youth and capture their experiences in their families, schools, social circles and communities. More than 1,200 Asian and Pacific Islander LGBTQ youth responded to the survey.
This resource presents data collected from these youth, shedding light on their challenges and triumphs encountered while navigating multiple, intersecting identities.
Love Calls Back
It’s never too late for love to call back. Verizon and PFLAG are committed to connecting and reconnecting all families. Find support for LGBTQ families at pflag.org