Uganda Underground
Uganda Underground

Uganda Underground

Uganda Underground

Hope and housing to internally displaced LGBTi Ugandans

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Transgender Day of Remembrance
Transgender Day of Remembrance

Transgender Remembrance

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Volunteers turn the house into a Transgender Pride Flag

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Equality for all
Equality for all

Equality for all

Equality for all

Directly across from the Westboro Baptist Church, the House is a symbol of equality, peace, and positive change and will serve as the resource center for all Planting Peace equality and anti-bullying initiatives.

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Plant Peace
Plant Peace

Plant Peace

Plant Peace

One person can make a huge difference! Learn about the various ways to plant peace in your community and support the cause.

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Planting Peace

The Equality House is a project of the non-profit Planting Peace. The Equality House serves as a symbol of peace and positive change for the LGBTQ community. Our goal is to bring the struggle for equality to all corners of the world. Our resource center, based in Topeka, Kansas across the street from the Westboro Baptist Church, is painted the colors of the pride flag to stand as a visual reminder of our commitment, as global citizens, to this mission. Please explore this site to understand the key issues facing the LGBTQ community and beyond. Planting Peace invites you to get involved. Please become a member of the Planting Peace Equality House today.

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Join us in raising funds for our equality and anti-bullying initiatives.

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Become a Member

Join the movement towards peace and equality by becoming a monthly donor

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The Equality House runs solely off the donations and generosity of its supporters.

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Why Equality?

Every hour 50 teens attempt suicide in the United States, due mainly to a message that says they are “less than.”