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A photo of The LQ art zine. It is lying on top of other zines and has blue and pink cover art.
A small, gold graphic reading: "The LQ: OGDEN'S QUEER ART ZINE.

The LQ Ogden's Queer Art Zine

@the_lq_, https://linktr.ee/lqzine

"The 14-page, full-size, in-color zine includes the collected artwork of local LGBTQ+ identifying artists: poetry, astrology, “queerscopes,” paintings, digital and mixed-media art, and fictional stories are among the offerings to be enjoyed by readers. “The LQ was created to help unite the queer community," said Kye Hallows, “because we know how large it is and think that it might help others who aren’t familiar with the scene to feel supported and seen.” The art zines, funded by an Ogden Arts Grant, are available for purchase exclusively at Hallows’ record shop, Lavender Vinyl, located on Historic 25th Street." An excerpt from The Standard Examiner.

The Trevor Project

https://www.thetrevorproject.org/

Founded in 1998, the Trevor Project focuses on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth. Through a toll-free telephone number, it operates The Trevor Lifeline, a confidential service that offers trained counselors. They work on several projects that focus on areas such as advocacy, research, crises services, public education, and TrevorSpace.

A photo of the Trevor Project logo. It has white text on an orange background that reads: "THE TREVOR PROJECT. For Young LGBTQ Lives".
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The 14-page, full-size, in-color zine includes the collected artwork of local LGBTQ+ identifying artists: poetry, astrology, “queerscopes,” paintings, digital and mixed-media art, and fictional stories are among the offerings to be enjoyed by readers. “The LQ” was created to help unite the queer community, said Kye Hallows, “because we know how large it is and think that it might help others who aren’t familiar with the scene to feel supported and seen.” The art zines, funded by an Ogden Arts Grant, are available for purchase exclusively at Hallows’ record shop, Lavender Vinyl, located on Historic 25th Street.

                                                               - Standard-Examiner

                                               Instagram: @the_lq_, https://linktr.ee/lqzine

A graphic for the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network. At the top are the letters GSA, at tthe bottom there are illustrations of 12 colorful people, and in the middle is a block of text that reads: "LGBTQ+ student-led clubs and GSAs (Gender and Sexuality Alliances) are leading the work to create safe and LGBTQ+ inclusive schools. Learn more about our new resources on how you can start and support your school's GSA".

The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network

https://www.glsen.org/

GLSEN believes that every student has the right to a safe, supportive, and LGBTQ-inclusive K-12 education. We are a national network of educators, students, and local GLSEN Chapters working to make this right a reality. The work on developing supportive educators, comprehensive policies, inclusive curriculum, support student GSAs (Gay Straight Alliance) to cultivate a safe and suuportive enviornment for all students regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.  

Utah Pride Center

https://utahpridecenter.org/

Utah Pride unites, empowers and celebrates Utah’s diverse LGBTQ+ community by providing a safe and welcoming space for education, partnerships, services and events which advance our collective health, wellness and success. They provide educational opportunities for members of the LGBTQ+ and allied communities in an effort to promote a greater understanding of topics unique to Utah’s LGBTQ+ community. They also provide the LGBTQ+ community with a safe space (The Center) full of tangible resources meant to help the community thrive.

The Utah Pride Center Logo. The text reads "UTAH Pride CENTER" in brown, rainbow, and black letters.
A graphic of the Ogden Pride logo. It is a thin purple oval with rainbow triangles inside on a white background. The text "Ogden Pride" is on the triangles in white letters.

Youth OUTreach

Ogden Pride’s Youth OUTreach Program is dedicated to building a safe, supportive and fun community for LGBTQ+ youth in Northern Utah. Their social support group offers a safe place to develop friendships, increase self-efficacy, and provide the knowledge and skills needed to become self-sufficient, healthy LGBTQ and allied adults. Their goal is to host group activities on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month with different themes/activities for each session (which could include: crafting, game nights, coffee nights and more based on the season and available locations).

Ogden Pride

https://www.ogdenpride.org/

Ogden Pride is We committed to excellence in advocacy, educational programs, and services. Their current programs include Youth OUTreach and STARS in Action.  They make great strives in supporting the LGBTQ+ community through activities hosted by Ogden Pride as well as supporting organizations and community partners in their dedicated efforts.

STARS in Action

Synergetic Trans Activists, Resources & Support

STARS in Action a program of Ogden Pride is dedicated to supporting the transgender and non-binary community to provide a place to gather, create community and develop needed opportunities for guest speakers and workshops.

A graphic of the trans pride flag. There is a logo in the center similar to the Ogden Pride logo, however instead of a white background it is black and the triangles are the colors of the trans pride flag. The text on the graphic reads: "STARS in Action. A program of Ogden Pride.
A graphic of the Utah LGBTQ+ chamber of commerce. On the left of the image there is a rainbow beehive in a hexagon. On the left there is the text "UTAH LGBTQ+ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE". This text is all black except the word LGBTQ which is rainbow.

Utah LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce

https://www.utahlgbtqchamber.org/

The Utah LGBTQ+ Chamber serves as a connector across the state, bringing the community together through business while advocating for civil rights and small business. Additionally, together with The Utah Pride Center and Equality Utah they are advancing and  investing in the next generation of leaders through the Kathy Phelps Scholarship Fund. They strive to create long lasting partnerships between key organizations and businesses, ensuring both growth and visibility for the LGBTQ+ community and allies in Utah.

Project Rainbow

https://www.projectrainbowutah.org/

On significant dates throughout the year, Project Rainbow stakes rainbow flags at “host” homes and businesses to create community-wide displays of LGBTQ+ love and acceptance. Their flag campaigns include Utah Pride Week, Transgender Day of Visibility, Transgender Day of Remembrance, and Southern Utah Pride Week. They also create large flag displays in public places to educate communities on the experience of the LGBTQ+ community. Funds raised by donations from flag hosts are given out through the Community Fund to fund organizations, projects and events that further increase LGBTQ+ support and visibility throughout Utah.

The logo of Project Rainbow. It is a gay pride flag mimicking the shape of an R as the begining of the word Rainbow. In total the text reads: "Project Rainbow".

Project Rainbow Campaigns & Events

https://www.projectrainbowutah.org/campaigns-events

Fashion Fluid, a pop-up boutique that provides stylish, free, gender-affirming clothing to LGBTQ+ and other members of the community in May

The Big Gay BarbieQ, a community picnic and resource fair for LGBTQ+ individuals and allies that takes place in August

LGBTQIA+ Family Toy and Clothing Drive to bring holiday cheer in the form of gifts during the holiday season

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It Gets Better Project

https://itgetsbetter.org/about/

The It Gets Better Project is a nonprofit organization with a mission to uplift, empower, and connect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth around the globe. The It Gets Better Project is a global non-profit that reaches millions of young people each year through inspiring media programming, educational resources, international affiliates in 19 countries, and access to an arsenal of community-based service providers.

Out & Equal Workplace Advocates

https://outandequal.org/

Out & Equal is the premier organization working exclusively on LGBTQ workplace equality. Through our worldwide programs, Fortune 500 partnerships and our annual Workplace Summit conference, we help LGBTQ people thrive and support organizations creating a culture of belonging for all.

The logo that reads "OUT & EQUAL WORKPLACE ADVOCATES". The ampersand is white in a blue circle while the rest is black text on a white background.
A logo that reads "EQUALITY UTAH". There is also a blue flag with a green equals sign on it that mimicks the letter E.

Equality Utah

https://www.equalityutah.org/

Equality Utah is  the state's largest LGBTQ civil rights organization. Equality Utah leads efforts for LGBTQ civil rights at the state and local levels by: sponsoring LGBTQ legislation and opposing negative bills; lobbying elected officials; building coalitions; and empowering individuals and organizations alike to engage in the legislative process.

Encircle

https://encircletogether.org/

Encircle Utah aims to create a safe space and provide helpful services to aid LGBTQ+ youth and young adults. Programs include therapy, daily programs, helpful activities, friendship circles, and drop-in hours. Encircle strives towards authenticity and providing positive emotional connections, helpful skills, and much needed resources. 

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