The National Black Justice Coalition NBJC

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The National Black Justice Coalition,, is a civil rights organization dedicated to empowering Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. Our mission is to end racism and homophobia … (about 1/2).

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Address Headquarter: National Black Justice Coalition, 1638 R Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20009, USA;

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As America’s only nationwide Black gay civil rights organization, we are the authoritative source on LGBT issues as they affect Black communities.

Headquartered in Washington, DC we offer key insight and advocacy work on the following topics and more:

  • HIV/AIDS in Black LGBT communities;
  • Hate Crimes motivated by LGBT bias;
  • LGBT Youth Trends, Influences and Concerns;
  • Racism and Homophobia abuse of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”;
  • Religion Based Homophobia.

NBJC’s Religious Affairs program is dedicated to lifting the theological chains of oppression from Black LGBT community. We provide understanding, enlightenment, and spiritual empowerment to those who think being gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender is a sin or a curse.

We’ve hosted annual Black Church Summits and Faithful Call To Justice Events focused on addressing homophobia and the Black Church.

NBJC has a political organizing arm called NBJC Action that guides lobbying and fundraising efforts on Capitol Hill and in State Legislatures across he country. The entity also prepares Black and openly gay men and women to run for office.

NBJC has launched The Power of Us™ a nationwide media campaign highlighting Black LGBT couples, families, high profile activists, religious and spiritual leaders, organizers, artists, designers and more!! The aim is to break down walls of homophobia by educating the public of the vibrant, affirming and supportive lives of Black LGBT.

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