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Knowledge is Power. Let's Build it Together!

An afternoon of learning and celebration! Join us as we launch a wide range of resources from the LGBTQ+ Women's Community Survey.

By Justice Work

When and where

Date and time

Monday, June 12 · 10:30am - 3pm PDT




Workshop and Data Demonstration

Dr Alyasah 'Ali' Sewell

Dr Sewell will guide an interactive session, beginning with the intersectional design of our survey. They will then demonstrate how to access and use the data that is available to registered users. T...

Round Table Discussion

Dr Carla Sutherland

Join our conversation with leading LGBTQ+ women activists and researchers about the importance and use of data in the fight for gender justice.

About this event

  • 4 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

The National LGBTQ+ Women's Community Survey data release.

Join Kate Clinton and our distinguished host committee at the launch of the first data release from the survey:

Kierra Johnson (National LGBTQ Task Force), Katherine Acey (GRIOT Circle), Bianca Wilson (Williams Institute), Joy Chia (Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice), Cindy Rizzo (Arcus Foundation), Ellen Buchman (The Opportunity Agenda).

1.30pm EST - Workshop & Data Demonstration

Join Dr. Alyasah 'Ali' Sewell (Survey Research Director) at a demonstration workshop as they take you through the intersectional design of the survey and explore with you the data currently available through the data portal. Find out about what makes this data set so incredible and how you can use it to strengthen your advocacy, outreach and research.

4.30pm EST - Round Table Discussion

Join Bianca Wilson (The Williams Institute, UCLA), Mira Patel (Board Member, Stonewall Community Foundation), Erin Kilbride (Human Rights Watch), Cathy Renna (National LGBTQ Task Force), Alyssa Lawthor (Funders for LGBTQ Issues), and Jaime Grant (co-founder with Urvashi Vaid of the Survey),in discussion with Carla Sutherland (Executive Director, Justice Work) about the opportunities and challenges of using data from the survey to strengthen our movements, shift policy, and increase resource streams to where they are most needed.

Choose your own adventure

Register for one or both events. There will be breaks and interactive events, so bring your fave drinks and snacks.

See you there!

About the organizer

Organized by
Justice Work

Justice Work: a think tank/action lab working for gender justice