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Funders for LGBTQ Issues is excited to invite you to listen to the debut of Justice Ain't Cheap: A Queer Philanthropy Podcast! This podcast is a labor of love from our team, and we hope that it creates a home for tough, honest conversations (led with love and grounded in care) about the state of the LGBTQ movement and the role philanthropy has to play in this crucial moment for our communities.

Justice Ain't Cheap: A Queer Philanthropy Podcast Funders for LGBTQ Issues

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Funders for LGBTQ Issues is excited to invite you to listen to the debut of Justice Ain't Cheap: A Queer Philanthropy Podcast! This podcast is a labor of love from our team, and we hope that it creates a home for tough, honest conversations (led with love and grounded in care) about the state of the LGBTQ movement and the role philanthropy has to play in this crucial moment for our communities.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires macOS 11.4 or higher

    We Should All Be Organizers

    We Should All Be Organizers

    This episode of Justice Ain't Cheap brings together legislators and organizers on the movement front lines who have been impacted by the far right's legislative assault, targeting trans and gender non-conforming communities.

    Host Saida Agostini-Bostic talks with Representative Kim Abbott (MT, HD 83), Representative Mauree Turner (OK, HD 88), and Emmett Schelling (Transgender Education Network of Texas: TENT), who are organizing against this tide of anti-trans hate.

    **content warning: this episode contains references to suicide**

    This episode of Justice Ain't Cheap is co-sponsored by Funders Concerned with Civic Participation (FCCP) and National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP). It was hosted by Saida Agostini-Bostic and produced by Amara Reese-Hansell and April Bethea. It was recorded with Hangar Studios in New York City with the support of Roscelia Ryan and Max Solomon. It was edited by Jen Tidwell and featured guests Kim Abbott, Mauree Turner, and Emmett Schelling.

    Full transcript available: bit.ly/jac_ep3

    We Are the Hope

    We Are the Hope

    In this episode of Justice Ain't Cheap, host Saida Agostini-Bostic talks with Trishala Deb (Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity), Imara Jones (TransLash), and Kierra Johnson (National LGBTQ Task Force) about the intersections of the attacks on reproductive rights and the LGBTQ community, as well as how philanthropy can be in right relationship with LGBTQ movements in this moment of crisis.

    This episode of Justice Ain't Cheap is co-sponsored by Women's Funding Network (WFN) and Funders for Reproductive Equity (FRE).

    This episode of Justice Ain’t Cheap was hosted by Saida Agostini-Bostic and produced by April Bethea. It was recorded with Hangar Studios in New York City with the support of Roscelia Ryan and Max Solomon. It was edited by Jen Tidwell and featured guests Trishala Deb, Imara Jones, and Kierra Johnson.

    A Billion Dollar Problem

    A Billion Dollar Problem

    “I feel like there’s a conversation that has been created definitely by philanthropy in relationship to movements that’s like, “Is this a $50,000 problem? Is this a $100,000 problem?” And I’m like, “This is a billion-dollar problem. This is a huge problem.” — Paulina Helm-Hernández

    In the premiere episode of Justice Ain't Cheap, host Saida Agostini-Bostic talks with Funders for LGBTQ Issues' board members Ana Conner (Third Wave Fund) and Paulina Helm-Hernández (Foundation for a Just Society) about the heightened attacks on transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) communities and the role philanthropy plays in resourcing social justice movements.

    This episode of Justice Ain’t Cheap was hosted by Saida Agostini-Bostic and produced by April Bethea. It was recorded at Hangar Studios in New York City with the support of Max Solomon. It was edited by Jen Tidwell and featured guests Paulina Helm-Hernández and Ana Conner. Justice Ain’t Cheap materials were designed by Noemi Mangual-Rosa.

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