Queer Kentucky actively works with organizations and businesses on their inclusivity efforts that enhance the well-being of their employees.
Queer Kentucky’s founder and contractors are individuals who identify as queer or LGBTQ+, making them a minority-led organization serving similar minorities. 57% of the core team are Black and/or indigenous, reflecting diverse perspectives from our region and beyond.
Inclusive Workplace workshop
The Inclusive Workplace workshop leaders self-identify as trans / nonbinary and have experienced firsthand the systemic oppression these workshops attempt to empathetically deconstruct. This layer of experience deepens the relevancy of each training and reflects our commitment to facilitate tangible change through storytelling.
Fostering the Community with an Online Story Telling Platform
Queer Kentucky is involved in the queer community most visibly through our online storytelling platform, which draws thousands of viewers per month and features over 20 LGBTQ+/BIPOC writers and storytellers. The interactions on the site by readers and writers alike orient the work toward those who are most silenced. By fostering this community through online and in-person activism, Queer Kentucky amplifies LGBTQ+ voices through various projects, from inception to continued support.