Since 1993, SONG has been known, both regionally and nationally, for its organizing and training work across issues of race, class, gender, culture and sexuality with both LGBTQ people and allies. Over the years we have learned a thing or two about what it means to build common connections across different communities including:  grassroots organizing, leadership development, deep analysis, listening and data collection, inter-generational relationships, the linking of social movements and good long-term planning. With gratitude for all of the many voices, minds, and hands that have contributed to this work, we humbly offer the tools and resources below. We always invite questions and feedback at or 404-549-8628, and we hope that you will find them useful starting places as we all work to collectively transform our communities.

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