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SupaFriends is G.A.P.’s social justice media-arts leadership program for TLGBQ (Transgender, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer) youth in New York City. SupaFriends builds community and takes leadership in defining their issues and solutions; produces strategic, thought-provoking media expressing the unique stories and perspectives of TLGBQ youth. The media that is produced is used to facilitate discussions, and enter into public debates about issues that impact the lives of TLGBQ young people, particularly who are youth of color and low-income youth.

Watch our films below! If you'd like to arrange a screening, please reach out to Luce at luce [at]

Are you an LGBTQ youth interested in working with a group to make your own media?  Apply Here! Tell us about yourself and why you want to join and we'll contact you when the next program begins.

If you work with youth you think may be interested, you can Download the Flyer to distribute.

News and Updates

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3 Queer Mice

This short animation is a remake of the nursery rhyme Three Blind Mice. We find three very queer mice in a lot of trouble when their rights are being violated. Based on real stories.

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There's No Place Like Home

A public service announcement focusing on homelessness among LGBTQ youth.

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Queer in the City

New York City is a great place to be gay, but that doesnt mean its easy. Even here, LGBT youth face daily discrimination and hate violence. In this video, queer NYC youth claim their right to exist and thrive on the streets of the cityand theyre not asking for permission.

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Keisha Knows

Inspired by lesbian pulp fiction novels of the 1950s and the film noir genre, Keisha Knows addresses heteronormativity through not just any love story – but one that explores what is at stake when a community is divided.