GLAD Civil Rights Project Director Mary Bonauto and Legal Director Gary Buseck have joined colleagues at the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) and Utah attorney Peggy Tomsic as counsel in their historic federal case representing same-sex couples seeking the freedom to marry in Utah.
Updated August 6: GLAD Senior Staff Attorney Janson Wu joined Governor Hassan, primary sponsor Senator Bette Lasky, and members of Granite State Progress at a ceremonial signing of SB 394:
Although same-sex couples have been able to marry in New Hampshire since January 2010, GLAD has continued …
Today, I met with an asylum officer about my application for asylum in the United States, an important step in my journey. I’m hopeful – but regardless of the outcome, my struggle and the struggle in Uganda continue.
John Abdallah Wambere (center) with his legal team, GLAD Attorneys Janson Wu … Read More →
I regularly hear about LGBTQ youth who are kicked out of their homes by parents who believe that homosexuality goes against their religious beliefs.
And I’m often asked what resources are out there to help youth, social workers, or other advocates for youth respond to these parents’ religious … 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 →