2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations is a non-profit social services organization whose membership consits of Aboriginal gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Toronto.
Agitate is a queer, Ottawa-based organization for Aboriginal, mixed-race and women of colour. Although the governing board is open exclusively to First Nations, mixed-race and women of colour, allies from all communities and of all genders and sexual orientations are encouraged to get in touch with Agitate for information on how to volunteer.
A website devoted to the stories of African American lesbian lives, including a section on Ruth Ellis, in her time the oldest openly lesbian black woman.
While not queer, but an ally, this blog has many good links, a reading list, and excellent discussion. Good resources here for white allies. Work on the site is licensed under Creative Commons! Cool!
Based in Toronto, ON, Canada. GLAD's mission statement as found on their website: To provide a supportive community for GTA based African self-identified LGBTTQ: and to actively document our existence, challenge homophobia and inform our communities.
A Washington, D.C. based organization building community among API queer women.
A blog devoted to news, information, and activism. It "promotes critical thought about the impact of violence and intolerance, particularly upon queer communities of African descent."
Reverend Irene Monroe comments on current events from the perspective of being a queer person of color and Christian. Her unflinching honesty and willingness to tackle misogyny, homophobia, racism, and classism earns her a place among radical queer feminists.
A New York City area based community politics organization for "lesbian, gay, bisexual, two spirit, trans and gender non-conforming people of color"
A blog roll for Queer Hapa folks. Hapa stands for Hawaiian/Asian Pacific Islanders, mixed-race or not.