A big thank you to all of our supporters who made the Zero campaigns a success in 2022. We enjoyed creating a virtual learning community and expanding our network with you. Videos from the last year can be found below. We are currently evaluating how to increase our impact in 2023. Check back soon for more information about our plans for the year.
In 2023, Oasis will mobilize communities against homophobia and transphobia for the fifth consecutive year.
The Zero Homophobia and Zero Transphobia Campaigns were launched in 2016 by the Latino Commission on AIDS. The Commission recognized that homophobia and transphobia must be abated on local, national, and international levels to eradicate the health disparities ravaging Hispanic/Latinx communities.
Social injustices impact every aspect of our health and wellbeing. The Zero Campaign dates correspond with the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia, observed every year on May 17, and with the International Transgender day of Remembrance, commemorated annually on November 20.
Zero Homophobia 2022 Recordings
On May 16-20th, 2022 Oasis Community Pride Center brought together community-based organizations, service providers, activists, and community leaders for a series of web-based discussions as part of the Zero Homophobia National Campaign. This year our central campaign theme was ”I Choose Loving”. Alongside LGBTQ and Latino leaders from across the country and in Latin America, we discussed the importance of loving: ourselves, our families, our love stories, and our resistance and resilience.