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Perspectives from the Field
Often immigration policy does not recognize non-traditional families, such as queer families. It also presupposes that queer immigrants have good relationships with families who would be willing to sponsor them. It doesn't address the racial and homophobic dynamics at play in queer immigrants' lives. ”
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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
For the Paul Rapoport Foundation, a strategic plan shifted both its board make-up and its grantee list. Five years later, it's a role model for LGBTQ people of color grantmaking. Executive Director Jane Schwartz describes this success.

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