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In 2023, Oasis is mobilizing communities against homophobia and transphobia for the fifth consecutive year.

We have been working behind the scenes, connecting with many community leaders/partners about the steps necessary to strengthen the Zero Homophobia/Transphobia Campaign. That is why this year we are excited to debut an overhauled Zero Campaign. The goal of our revamp is to create a singular unified campaign and resources that meaningfully build the inclusion, power, and leadership of LGBTQIA Hispanic/Latine individuals in the places where they receive health services and/or find community care.

The Zero Campaign is actively looking for partners among different sectors of society to take the “It Ends With Me”  pledge.
If you are the leader or member of an organization and would like to get involved in the campaign, sign on, and let’s get started. Click on the image above to take the “It Ends With Me” pledge. Share our poster, or whatever image and words communicate why ending homophobia/transphobia is important to you and/or your organization. 

Use the hashtags #itendswithme #zerohomophobia #zerotransphobia.

For more information and resources, click here.


Zero is excited to launch a monthly LGBTQ-Latine spotlight series, “Destacades”. 


Each month “Destacades” will highlight two LGBTQ Latines leaders from one region/state during a  live one-hour virtual dialogue.  


Destacades will be recorded and held live on Zoom while being streamed on social media.

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Zero is excited to announce the launch of a new Ambassadorship. 

More information will be available soon!


The Zero Homophobia and Zero Transphobia Campaigns were launched in 2019 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.

The Zero Campaign dates historically corresponded 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.

Throughout the rest of 2023, we are committing to bringing you content and engagement more regularly. If you are an LGBTQIA-Latine organization, business, artist, activist or more and would like to partner with us, get in touch with

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