The Massachusetts legislative session ended July 31 and, unfortunately, An Act Relative to HIV-Associated Lipodystrophy Treatment did not pass. Efforts to ensure treatement for people with lipodystrophy will continue.
Read a message from GLAD AIDS Law Project Director Ben Klein.
Statement by Gary Buseck, Interim Executive Director of Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders
Every day we hear about LGBT people who are not treated equally on the job. We agree with the President that workers should be judged only by their ability to get the job done, but know that is not always …
Simply removing discriminatory laws from the books should be the bare minimum of what we seek.
Last October, GLAD’s fearless leader Gary Buseck challenged us to see our work not as a glass half-full but half-empty, and to commit ourselves to filling that glass to the brim.
Since then, GLAD has … Read More →
Barbecues and iced coffee, freshly-mowed lawns and sea breezes—it smells like summertime in New England. And with summer comes summer jobs for many of New England’s youth, whether that be scooping ice cream, working at a summer camp, or maybe scoring an exciting internship. Wherever you may find … Read More →
Community Call: Doe v. Clenchy 1-31-2014
Goodridge at 10: Celebrating a Landmark Ruling and a Decade of Marriage Equality
A look at the historic November 18, 2003 ruling in GLAD’s case Goodridge v. DPH which made Massachusetts the first state in the U.S. where same-sex couples could marry. The video celebrates the powerful and beautiful decision authored by then Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall, and explores the … Read More →