New report sheds light on LGBT center operations
CenterLink, the national organization for LGBT community centers, and the Movement Advancement Project have released a new report detailing the strength, health and challenges of LGBT centers across the nation.
The report is an interesting look into center operations, structures, revenue, budgeting and more. Unfortunately, the report doesn’t include any data from North Carolina’s two centers. The Lesbian & Gay Community Center of Charlotte and the LGBT Center of Raleigh didn’t participate. Columbia’s Harriet Hancock Community Center, however, did participate in the survey.
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