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Latest News

November 24, 2014

Statement of Janson Wu, Deputy Director, on Grand Jury’s Decision Not to Indict Officer
Both the tragic death of Michael Brown and the response of the Ferguson community point to very large problems in our society.  Among those problems is the over-policing that both the African-American and LGBT communities face; as well as pervasive economic inequality and racial injustice.  These …

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November 21, 2014

President Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration

Statement of GLAD Deputy Director Janson Wu:

The Executive Order is a historic step forward for immigrants living in the United States. We welcome the opening this provides to millions who will now be able to live and work in dignity and without the fear of deportation. But we are deeply concerned …

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Latest Blog Posts

November 24, 2014

LGBTQ Suicide Prevention Resources

I aspire to a day when suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts are no longer prevalent among LGBTQ youth. We are not there now, so I am glad we have some terrific resources to help.

November 17, 2014

Lights, Camera, Action – WAIT!

Electronic recording devices – smart phones, tablets, and flipcams – are almost as common in schools as notebooks and pencils. So it’s easy to imagine a situation where one student records another without obtaining consent first.

However, when a student in Pennsylvania used his iPad to record bullies harassing him at school, he didn’t think that recording the bullies would get him in trouble. … Read More →

Latest Podcast

January 31, 2014

Community Call: Doe v. Clenchy 1-31-2014

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October 26, 2014

The Spirit of Justice

Highlights of GLAD’s work in the past year, including major wins for transgender students (Doe v. Clenchy), LGBT family rights (In Re Madelyn B.), transgender health care access (In Re Rikki Bates), Asylum (In Re Wambere) - and the work remaining to achieve not just equal treatment, but equal … Read More →