What is CCA?

Capital City Alliance is a community organization dedicated to engaging, promoting, and advocating for the LGBT community in Baton Rouge.
 

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Holiday Adoption Drive

We’re teaming up with Family Services of Greater Baton Rouge again to provide holiday gifts for seven wonderful kids affected by HIV/AIDS.
 

Community Calendar

We’ve gathered together events from around Baton Rouge we think are of interest to the LGBT community. Feel free to submit your own!
 

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Volunteer

We are an all-volunteer organization. We need your help to put on events, keep up on social media, and write blog posts about LGBT live in Baton Rouge!
 

Stand Up to Bullying

In Louisiana, eight in ten LGBT students reported experiencing verbal harassment based on their sexual orientation. Stand up to LGBT bullying!
 

Report Discrimination

Capital City Alliance invites you to report through our online reporting form instances of anti-LGBTQ violence and discrimination.
 

Recent Posts

  • Community Spotlight: The Elevator Projects and The Walls Project

    Community Spotlight: The Elevator Projects and The Walls Project

    Each month at our Second Sunday Brunches, CCA spotlights a partner organization or LGBT-friendly business that does great work for the Baton Rouge community!  Our September brunch featured the artistically amazing Elevator Projects and Walls Project, two organizations that CCA is
  • We’ve got spirit, how ’bout you?

    We’ve got spirit, how ’bout you?

    CCA is working locally to engage the Baton Rouge community and raise awareness amongst students, teachers, administrators and the public.
  • CCA Loves Equality

    CCA Loves Equality

    Thoughts on the upcoming Fairness Ordinance vote.

Upcoming Events

Nov
27
Thu
9:00 pm Ladies Night at George’s @ George's Place
Ladies Night at George’s @ George's Place
Nov 27 @ 9:00 pm – Nov 28 @ 2:00 am
Ladies Night at George's @ George's Place | Baton Rouge | Louisiana | United States
Come out for Ladies Night every Thursday at George’s Place from 9PM-2AM. Drink specials, entertainment, and a fun night for all! About Ladies Night In an effort to give the women of the LGBTQ community in Baton Rouge a night
Nov
28
Fri
10:00 pm Level 2 Ladies Night @ Level 2
Level 2 Ladies Night @ Level 2
Nov 28 @ 10:00 pm – Nov 29 @ 2:00 am
Level 2 Ladies Night @ Level 2 | Baton Rouge | Louisiana | United States
Baton Rouge’s Hottest & Newest Ladies bar! Featuring all Lady Bartenders, a live DJ and a Drag King Show!
Nov
29
Sat
2:00 pm Louisiana Trans Advocates BR Sup... @ Metropolitan Community Church
Louisiana Trans Advocates BR Sup... @ Metropolitan Community Church
Nov 29 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Louisiana Trans Advocates BR Support Group @ Metropolitan Community Church | Baton Rouge | Louisiana | United States
Join us for Louisiana Trans Advocates’ statewide social support group for transgender men and women and significant others, families, friends, and allies (SOFFAs). *Who’s invited?* Everyone! Anyone who identifies anywhere on the transgender spectrum, including, but not limited to, male
Dec
1
Mon
6:00 pm 4th Annual HIV/AIDS Awareness Po... @ LSU School of Art Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery
4th Annual HIV/AIDS Awareness Po... @ LSU School of Art Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery
Dec 1 @ 6:00 pm
4th Annual HIV/AIDS Awareness Poster Contest!  @ LSU School of Art Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery | Baton Rouge | Louisiana | United States
World AIDS Day is celebrated on December 1 each year around the world. It has become one of the most recognized international health days and a key opportunity to raise awareness, commemorate those who have passed on and celebrate victories
6:00 pm Geaux Red for World AIDS DAY at LSU @ LSU African American Cultural Center
Geaux Red for World AIDS DAY at LSU @ LSU African American Cultural Center
Dec 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Geaux Red for World AIDS DAY at LSU @ LSU African American Cultural Center
Geaux Red is the annual HIV/AIDS awareness event in honor of World AIDS Day hosted by the LGBTQ Project in the LSU Office of Multicultural Affairs and Spectrum at LSU. A 2011 Louisiana Youth Risk Behavior Survey found that 25%