LGBT ONLINE RADIO is an exploration into all things LGBT oriented. If you are a writer, artist, producer, musician, filmmaker, poet or actor or just interested in all of the above, then this is the show for you.

E3 Radio is a college radio network. E3 stands for educational enlightenment & empowerment through radio. We pride ourselves on producing authentically edgy–socially conscious media. All of our program series are meant to challenge perceptions, evoke conversation & thought. We’re special because we go to the people & give them a voice.


African American Lesbians Organized to Renew Dignity and Empowerment (A.L.O.R.D.E. Collective) is a Detroit metro area Black lesbian organization that promotes and instills health and wellness through peer support, educations, and activities.
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The Audre Lorde Project
The Audre Lorde Project is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color community organizing center, focusing on the New York City area. Through mobilization, education and capacity-building, we work for community wellness and progressive social and economic justice. Committed to struggling across differences, we seek to responsibly reflect, represent and serve our various communities.
Black Lesbian Friends
A place for lesbians of color 40+ to connect with one another.
Black Lesbians United
BLU celebrates our lives as women of African descent, who love other women. Women are drawn here from throughout the US, and internationally to experience the love, the joy, the wisdom, the songs and the dance that is unique to our lives. We rejoice and share experiences and celebrate our differences.
Black Womyn Film
black./womyn.:conversations… is a feature-length documentary focusing on the lives and views of lesbians of African descent from various backgrounds. The documentary is structured by interviews-”conversations”-the director had with each of the women.
Bisexual Black Ladies Support System (BBLSS)
A social and support group established by bisexual Black women to explore sexuality within the context of our experience as African American women, and provide empowering peer support to other bisexual or questioning women in a respectful and confidential environment
GirlzParty is the empowering force behind the women's nightlife scene nationally. Founded in 1997, the site has seen great success within the online community.It was the FIRST party portal site of its' kind to cater exclusively to women by women within the lesbian community.Once the site was online,many promoters from all over asked to advertise and market their events.
JASMYNE CANNICK - Arts & Ent., Politics, News, and Views From A Black Perspective
The Kaleidoscope Project is a community-based organization designed to create healthy communities through civic engagement. Our organization is built on the philosophy that the more we are involved in volunteerism and effective community dialogue, ultimately the healthier we will be.
National Black Justice Coalition
The National Black Justice Coalition is a civil rights organization of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and allies dedicated to fostering equality by fighting racism and homophobia. The Coalition advocates for social justice by edu
NIA Collective
NIA Collective was created by and for Lesbians of African descent.  The organization was founded in 1987 during the Black Caucus at the Lesbian of Color Conference in San Francisco.
BLACKOUT - Oakland Black LGBTQ Pride
Our organization is dedicated to working towards closing the social generational gap in Oakland between LGBTQ youth and adults through communication, education, and mentoring. We want to help direct and empower our youth towards healthier and more productive lifestyles. Our Slogan is "Bridging the gap… making a difference." We are motivated to educate our community as a whole in an effort to stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases through workshops, free HIV testing, and providing prophylactics. Our purpose for the BlackOUT weekend is to build a more unified and tolerant Oakland, to help build the economy, and serve the under-served.
OURSISTACIRCLE.COM A place for lesbians of color to connect with one another.
The vision will be to provide and create performance and writing opportunity for writers, male and female to address the social justice issues concerning women particularly those issues that affect women in the multi linguistic regions of the African Diaspora.
A place for lesbians to connect with one another without it necessarily being about dating or sex.  A place where you can interact with lesbian women on all levels. A website that is a warm and intimate place for us to share our thoughts.
Queer Black Cinema International Film Festival
Queer Black Cinema International Film Festival, created by Angel L. Brown-Ross in 2008 is an Avant-garde film festival that will bring you the best films about the Black LGBT experience from around the world. The four-day festival consists of showcasing the work of both gay and straight award-winning filmmakers of African descent ground-breaking films.
Where like minded women connect
shades – Celebrating All Women of Color – Magazine ® is a news publication that covers and highlights the concerns, issues and stories of ALL women of color, including those who are African American, Hispanic, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Native American, and the underserved groups within these various ethnic communities around the globe.
Sisterfriends are Black Women of African-American heritage enriching the overvall quality of life for Black Women of African ancestry. SistahFriends is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to the emerging emotional, psychological, social, spiritual, artistic, health, physical enrichment, and well-being needs of African-American women.
Soul Purpose AZ is a grass-roots volunteer-run organization dedicated to serving Phoenix Metropolitan’s Black lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. The group developed from the growing need for resources and visibility for the LGBT communities of color. Soul Purpose AZ’s goal is to provide visibility, self-empowerment, and leadership for Black LGBT through a combination of educational, social and community collaborations.
Triangle Black Pride
Our mission is to celebrate and honor the diversity of the African American LGBTQ community in the Triangle through events open to all.
United Lesbians of African Heritage
United Lesbians of African Heritage is dedicated to the visibility, unity and empowerment of lesbians of African heritage. Their programs include a leadership program for lesbian youth, health education and an annual retreat for lesbians of African heritage
The William Way Community Center
The William Way Community Center seeks to encourage, support, and advocate for the well-being and acceptance of sexual and gender minorities through service, recreational, educational, and cultural programming.
Women in the Life Association
The Women in the Life Association (WITLA) is a social justice organization advancing the rights of lesbians of color through cultural affirmation, education and advocacy.
ZAMI is a not-for-profit collective for lesbians of African descent residing in the Atlanta Metropolitan area. ZAMI’s mission is to empower and affirm the lives of lesbians of African descent.
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In 2006, Zuna Institute started the dialogue of marriage in the black lesbian community with house parties and forums.


Zuna Institute
4660 Natomas Blvd 120-181
Sacramento CA 95835
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