CUAV Open House!

Every day, we fight for the dignity of black and brown queer and trans lives through our Wellness services and community organizing. In this work, it’s important to take a moment to celebrate and be with each other — to sustain our spirits and strengthen our personal connections. February 19th, come join us for CUAV’s […]

CUAV statement on Ferguson and the killing of Mike Brown

In the wake of the killing of Mike Brown we are deeply saddened by losing yet another life to police brutality.  At CUAV we work with LGBTQ survivors of domestic and hate violence. Through our work we have come to understand police violence as an LGBTQ issue. We know that being a person of color, […]

CUAV’s 35th anniversary Open House

CUAV turned 35! From the White Night Riots of 1979 to challenging the systems that criminalize us in 2014, CUAV has been at the forefront of LGBTQ safety. On May 22nd, 2014, we celebrated CUAV’s 35 years of powerful work in our community. Did you miss the party? Here‘s some photos! Host Committee: David Campos, […]