Projects and events that educate, unify and empower LGBTQ+ people as integral members of Hawaii's larger diverse community. To have your program listed, contact: calendar@hawaiilgbtlegacy.com Please note, the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation (HLLF) provides this calendar as a service to the community. For more information about particular listings, please contact the presenting organizations, not HLLF. Read our disclaimer hereMahalo. 


Call for Submissions: Portraits of Gender Diversity in the Pacific

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The creative team behind award-winning films Kumu Hina and Leitis in Waiting is partnering with the Berniece Pau’ahi Bishop Museum in Honolulu to curate an exhibition featuring a collection of portraits of gender diverse Pacific Islanders whose identity and expression are rooted in their cultural backgrounds. The concept stems from the fervent belief that visibility … Continue reading Call for Submissions: Portraits of Gender Diversity in the Pacific

15th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey

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Make your voice heard by participating in CMI's 15th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey. Previous surveys have had over 45,000 participants from 150 countries, providing invaluable data that's offered free to help non-profits, universities, and organizations better serve the LGBTQ+ community. Results will be published on the CMI.info website for free download on approximately August 15. We've been partnering with CMI since 1999, … Continue reading 15th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey

Try Think: Hulihia

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Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities, in partnership with Value of Hawaiʻi: Hulihia, is hosting deep-dive community conversations on our ideas, wonderings, hopes, and challenges for our post-pandemic futures. Small groups of very diverse voices from across our islands will tackle different topics together, and spend time listening, sharing, imagining, and building new connections.   Try Think: … Continue reading Try Think: Hulihia

Application deadline: May 14 | PIC ‘Ohina Labs Shorts Fund

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Pacific Islanders in Communications (PIC) has announced new developments to their funding opportunity for short films. PIC will continue to provide funding of up to $25,000 for the completion of fiction and nonfiction short films of untold stories and fresh perspectives on the indigenous Pacific Islander experience. PIC is also working in collaboration with ‘OHINA … Continue reading Application deadline: May 14 | PIC ‘Ohina Labs Shorts Fund

Application deadline: May 16 | Vice-Chairs of the LGBT Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawaii

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There are three (3) new Vice-chair positions for the Steering Committee of the LGBT Caucus and they will oversee their respective committees: Membership Committee: The Membership Committee shall, on behalf of the (to be inserted) Caucus, shall be responsible for coordinating recruitment of new members and membership drives, developing and maintain on boarding procedures for … Continue reading Application deadline: May 16 | Vice-Chairs of the LGBT Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawaii

NQAPIA Family Is Still Family

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May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month and it's a great time to revisit the beautiful "Family Is Still Family" multilingual videos produced by the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA). According to NQAPIA: "In the Asian, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander (API) community, coming out to family can be difficult. Lesbian, … Continue reading NQAPIA Family Is Still Family

The Stonewall Generation – LGBTQ Elders on Sex, Activism, and Aging

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The LGBTQ Older Adults Conference is an annual event where experts can join alongside community members to share vital resources, make social and professional connections, and learn how to advocate for the unique needs of LGBTQ older adults so they can age safely, openly, and with dignity. Allies, service providers, caregivers, and LGBTQ community members are … Continue reading The Stonewall Generation – LGBTQ Elders on Sex, Activism, and Aging

DCIL Presents – Crypto for Non-Profits by Alex Wilson

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Brought to you by the Hawaii Technology Development Corporation (HTDC), Digital Currency Innovation Lab (DCIL) and Entrepreneurs Sandbox, "DCIL Presents:..." is a series of webinars and events designed to educate and raise awareness around virtual currencies. In this webinar, Alex Wilson from The Giving Block, a fundraising platform for cryptocurrency will be sharing about the platform … Continue reading DCIL Presents – Crypto for Non-Profits by Alex Wilson

June 1 – 30: Out Leadership | Proudly Resilient

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Last year Out Leadership celebrated Pride by creating Proudly Resilient, a unique month-long program of virtual events dedicated to LGBTQ+ equality. Almost 15,000 people joined in throughout June at 50+ events that featured more than 100 speakers. This year, Proudly Resilient is back, still virtual but bigger, bolder and better. Join our world-class LGBTQ+ leaders and … Continue reading June 1 – 30: Out Leadership | Proudly Resilient

Through October 5: Working with LGBTQ+ Youth and their Families

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The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division and the Safe Spaces Committee invite you to a very special free clinical training series, led by Dr. Laura Anderson: WORKING WITH LGBTQ+ YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES EVERY FIRST TUESDAY (MAY TO OCTOBER),11:00 AM-12:30 PM VIA ZOOM (PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR EACH SESSION BY CLICKING ON THE … Continue reading Through October 5: Working with LGBTQ+ Youth and their Families