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Perspectives from the Field
In many traditions, two-spirit people served their community as mediators, social workers, crafts-people, name-givers, shaman and/or medicine givers—roles only a two-spirit person could fulfill. That's why they were viewed as another gender.”
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One of the first avenues to common ground and shared goals is the finding that simple self-interest is not a conflict for most African Americans. African Americans do not feel that LGBT progress toward equality will impede progress or clout for African Americans.”
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Foundation Successes
Over the last decade, the Minneapolis-based PFund Foundation recognized the need and value of addressing the diversity of LGBTQ populations. It now leads the way in the state in supporting LGBTQ people of color organizations and leaders. Executive Director Greg Grinley tells their story.

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Racial Equity
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