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Healing All Sons and Brothers: Addressing Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Boys and Men of Color

January 19, 2015

Kristina Gray-Akpa, Program Director, Grantmakers In Health

Gay, bisexual, and transgender (GBT) boys and men of color face significant stigma and marginalization, based not only on race, but also on gender identity and sexual orientation. As a result, GBT boys and men of color face a number of health inequities, connected to limited access to health care, disproportionate HIV/AIDS rates, inadequate housing, and unsafe schools. This Issue Focus seeks to heighten the focus by grantmakers on the diverse needs of these communities and to highlight areas where funders can intervene.


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