WDCGBL provides lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) basketball players and our friends opportunities to participate in sporting, recreational, social, and charitable activities that promote acceptance and visibility of the LGBT athletics community and create lasting relationships between people from all walks of life.
Women in Their 20s is a a social discussion group for lesbian, bisexual, transgendered & other interested women in Washington, D.C. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month. All are welcome to join us. WiTT is a great way to make new friends and meet other queer women in a fun and friendly setting.
Rainbow History Project works to collect, preserve, and promote an active knowledge of the history, arts, and culture relevant to sexually diverse communities in metropolitan Washington DC.
The mission of Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc. (UHU) is to improve the health and well being of Black gay men through innovative programs and services, and — through a vision of inclusiveness ? to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS in the entire Black community.
The Mayor’s Office of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) Affairs provides constituent services and information to the GLBT communities through community outreach, public education activities and advises the Mayor and the DC Government on the needs of the GLBT residents of the District of Columbia through technical assistance and training.
The Metropolitan Police Department’s Gay and Lesbian Liaison Unit (GLLU) is staffed by openly lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) members of the department and their allies. Since its inception in June 2000, the GLLU has dedicated itself to serving the LGBT communities in the Washington Metropolitan area and the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD).
The mission of Black Lesbian and Gay Pride Day, Inc. (BLGPD) is to increase awareness of and pride in the diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender in the African American community as well as support organizations that focus on health disparities, education, youth and families.