Founded in 1979, CUAV works to build the power of LGBTQQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) communities to transform violence and oppression. We support the healing and leadership of those impacted by abuse and mobilize our broader communities to replace cycles of trauma with cycles of safety and liberation. As part of the larger social justice movement, CUAV works to create truly safe communities where everyone can thrive.
Starting November 8th, under the Due Process for All ordinance, San Francisco sheriffs will no longer hold people for ICE deportation except in a very small set of circumstances. As part of the San Francisco Immigrants Rights Defense Committee (SFIRDC) CUAV helped to pass the Due Process for All Ordinance, one of the most progressive [...]
October 01, 2013
To love ourselves is to celebrate ourselves is to give ourselves a moment to shine in the spotlight, I say. So I’m really looking forward to doing just that at CUAV’s 3rd annual Color of My Spirit, our performance night of queer and trans artists celebrating our survival and resilience. This year, we have a [...]