• Tim Gill: Thomas Roberts Interviews Tim Gill

    Thomas Roberts of MSNBC sits down for an interview with Tim Gill to talk about Tim’s life as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder of OutGiving and the Gill Foundation. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of the largest funders of LGBT equal rights work in the country discuss his life and the importance of giving.

    Posted 5.16.11
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  • Jeremy Heimans: A Social Movement Critique

    Jeremy has developed national and international campaigns that have grown from zero members to more than 50,000 in just four days. In 6 years GetUp mobilized more people than all of the political parties in Australia combined. Learn about AllOut, a new organization Jeremy hopes will become the largest worldwide community supporting LGBT issues using today's technology.

    Posted 5.16.11
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  • Rea Carey & Panel: A Conversation on LGBT and Immigrant Rights

    Five leaders share their perspectives from the intersection of the LGBT and immigrant rights movements—from the boycott in Arizona and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

    Posted 8.1.11
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  • Brad Sears and Ineke Mushovic: The LGBT Movement Today

    Ineke is the Executive Director of the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) and Brad is the Executive Director of the Williams Institute. As leaders of two premier research and data collection organizations, they provide a comprehensive look at the goals of the LGBT movement, its progress, and where it stands today.

    Posted 5.16.11
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  • Craig Harwood: At Seven I Knew

    With humor and honesty, Craig Harwood shares what being a gay man has meant in his life – how he turned pain into power and change in the world.

    Posted 5.10.11
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  • Joanne Herman: Developing Transgender Philanthropy

    The top three transgender organizations in the country only have a combined annual budget of $1.4 million, and that's concerning for Joanne Herman, author of Transgender Explained For Those Who Are Not. So concerning that at OutGiving 2009 Joanne helped launch the first-ever national transgender giving circle and did everything she could to get it off the ground. Listen as Joanne explains the process and what she learned about giving and philanthropy within the transgender community.

    Posted 5.10.11
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  • Rachel Tiven: Immigration is an LGBT Issue

    Rachel Tiven is the Executive Director of Immigration Equality, an organization working to gain equal immigration rights for LGBT and HIV-positive people. Rachel shares a brief history of immigration reform and helps us understand the importance of immigration reform as an LGBT issue.

    Posted 7.29.11
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  • Jarrett Barrios and Thomas Gensemer: The Scoop on It Gets Better

    Thomas works on the “new media” side of communications while Jarrett operates on the “traditional media” side. But when the two were brought together on the “It Gets Better” campaign, it was like a whole new world opened up for both of them. Learn how their combined efforts allowed them to share stories of hope with millions of kids and adults across the country.

    Posted 5.16.11
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  • Rea Carey: We Just Want to be Visible

    Rea Carey is Executive Director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. Rea shares stories of LGBT immigrants who face unique challenges with a broken immigration system and the federal government's failure to recognize lesbian and gay relationships.

    Posted 7.29.11
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  • Brickson Diamond: Passion In Philanthropy - Getting It Back

    After he lost his inspiration as a philanthropist, Brickson Diamond took a step back from the world to reignite his passion to give. Refresh. Reclaim. Regenerate. After his return from sabbatical at the Esalen Institute, these three words describe Brickson's motivation to change his approach to the Black House Foundation, which he co-founded in 2007, and all of his philanthropy. He shares how these three easy steps taught him to rediscover the passion he thought he had lost.

    Posted 5.10.11
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