Pride Action Tank’s projects focus on our six overlapping core issue areas: housing, health, safety, financial security, youth and aging.
Pride Action Tank brings together and supports the work of subject matter experts as well as people directly impacted by challenges facing the LGBTQ+ community to envision and realize practical and longer-term policy solutions.
Public restrooms can be a source of stress and anxiety for transgender and gender nonconforming people.
CRAP is a group of concerned Chicagoans working with Pride Action Tank for new solutions to provide accessible bathrooms for all.
Providing Hope and Healing: LGBTQ+ Youth Initiating Change Within Systems is day two of a two day summit.
Service providers, researchers and others, save the date for day two of the summit, April 18, 2019 (6 CEUs will be offered).
On April 6, 2017, Pride Action Tank hosted a convening on housing instability on college campuses. The event was one in a series of activities PAT has organized around youth homelessness, beginning with the 2014 Youth Summit on LGBTQ+ youth experiencing housing instability.
Summit on Our Possibilities OUTAging: Summit on Our Possibilities took place on May 23 – 25, 2017. The summit was organized by a small, diverse planning committee that includes LGBTQ+ older adults.
Ava raises awareness of youth homelessness .Young activist Ava Santos-Volpe, age 12, is a girl on a mission. While working on a class leadership project two years ago, Ava asked a youth homelessness advocate to visit her school to discuss Chicago’s youth housing crisis. After learning more, Ava decided she needed to help.
PAT staff and host Kim L. Hunt, Maxx Boykin and Joshua Oaks spoke with activists and experts taking action for queer communities in Chicago and cover topics including restroom access, housing, health care access, HIV prevention, aging, employment, and much more.