Today, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear pending cases from five states where circuit courts had upheld the freedom to marry and equal treatment of marriages
GLAD’s interim executive director and legal director Gary Buseck issued the following statement:
“Today’s Supreme Court …
There exist both state and federal employment anti-discrimination laws that protect employees if they are discriminated against because they possess certain characteristics. All the state employment anti-discrimination laws in New England have sexual orientation as an explicit protected …
Are you wearing purple today?
October 16 is #SpiritDay and we are joining with our friends at GLAAD to take a stand against bullying and support LGBTQ youth.
Know Your Rights and Take a Stand Against Bullying - Check Out These Resources:
On September 25th, 2014 13 Members of Congress and over 20 organizations sent a letter to top officials at the Federal Communications Commission, asking them to ensure that online filtering software used at federally funded schools and libraries does not prevent access to sites with important resources for the LGBTQ community.
Local schools and libraries are required to block material that is … Read More →
Community Call: Doe v. Clenchy 1-31-2014
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 →