RUSA LGBTQ+ (RUSA), headquartered in New York City, is a community-based, nonprofit organization of Eurasian LGBTQ+, women, and other people with intersectional identities and their allies. By joining other grassroots groups, RUSA builds the power of people to change unjust policies, discriminatory societal attitudes, and oppressive ideologies to create a more equitable world.
Gender Justice; Transparency; Belonging; Chosen Family; Civic Engagement; Cultural Humility; Human Rights; Immigrant Justice;
Racial Justice; Solidarity; Anti-imperialism; Celebration of Differences; Diversity; Inclusion; Mutual Support; Volunteering; Accountability;
Anti-racism; Disability Justice; Equity; Joy; Liberation; Mobilization;
Mutual Aid; Participation; Pride; Resistance
RUSA LGBTQ+ provides informational support and mutual aid to asylum seekers and other immigrants in the United States and organizes events to build a stronger community of LGBTQ+ immigrants and allies and increase the acceptance and inclusion of LGBTQ+ people worldwide.
RUSA LGBTQ+ was formed in 2008.