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The Oasis Community Pride Center partnership with community-based organizations is mobilizing communities against Transphobia during the week of November 14-18th leading up to Trans Day of Remembrance. Transgender individuals continue to bear disproportionate amounts of violence born out of transphobic fear.  This year alone there has been at least 31 murders of trans individuals in the United States


The work to end this deadly violence cannot fall solely on those most impacted. Ending transphobia will allow everyone to express their gender identities more freely. Therefore, it is our duty to organize against anti-trans violence. This year the Zero Campaign is calling for an end to transphobic hate violence through our continued theme of “I Choose Loving…” for the Week Against Transphobia, November 14-18th


Read more about our efforts and how you can support ending transphobia at

Evening of healing for NYC’s Trans and GNC Latines, and POC


Tuesday 11/15/2022: Oasis will host an evening of healing for NYC’s Trans and GNC Latines, and POC featuring Xelestiál Moreno-Luz.  In this workshop, “Our Stories, Our Right” participants will engage in a short photo production session using Polaroid cameras, to engage in a group storytelling project. Xelestiál will present her own art practice, community work samples, theory, and future projects to empower participants to create their works.

Participants will receive a $50 dollar digital card to Amazon following the event. Dinner will be provided. Space is limited register here  

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Programs Manager, LGBTQAI+ Programs

Hispanic Federation is seeking a Program Manager serving LGBTQAI+ Programs. The Program Manager will support the creation and implementation of programs focused on Latino LGBTQAI+ communities. Additionally, the Program Manager will serve as the main liaison for our granting partners through HF’s ACT Initiative and provide support around administrative logistics for HF’s grant recipients. The Program Manager will also coordinate events in conjunction with grantee organizations and support their programming as it serves their grant deliverables. The Program Manager will also serve a critical coordinating role in the success of FuerzaFest, HF’s annual festival showcasing LGBTQAI+ Latino artists in all forms of media and artistic expressions.   Read more...

Location: New York City   


Contact Stephen Calenzani, Vice President for Development  at 212.233.8955 ext. 124 or, and learn how your support can make the difference for Latinx LGBTQ+ artists.


55 Exchange Place, 5th Floor

New York, New York 10005

T. (212) 233-8955 Ext. 118



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