My2024 Wants You to Help Shape the Future of the LGBTQ Movement

Today, My2024 officially launched online. My2024 is a collaboration between the Arcus Foundation and the Institute for the Future, with support from over 80 LGBTQ organizations across the U.S.

According to the My2024 website, “My2024 is an online game, a national conversation, and a giant party for 10 days in October 2014 asking lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people across the United States how our lives and communities could change in the year 2024.”

Anyone can and should participate by submitting your vision for the future of our communities, culminating in the My2024 Declaration, an online roadmap for the next 10 years of our movement and a message to current and future leaders.

What does your #My2024 look like? Submit your visions for the future!

Follow My2024 on Twitter and Facebook and check their website for updates and news as everything unfolds.


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KaeLyn is a 39-year-old (femme)nist activist, word nerd, and queer mama. You can typically find her binge-watching TV, standing somewhere with a mic or a sign in her hand, over-caffeinating herself, or just generally doing too many things at once. She lives in Rochester, NY with her spouse, a baby T. rex, a xenophobic cat, and a rascally rabbit. You can buy her debut book, Girls Resist! A Guide to Activism, Leadership, and Starting a Revolution if you want to, if you feel like it, if that's a thing that interests you or whatever.

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