GLAD proudly stands shoulder to shoulder with brave plaintiffs and community members who inspire us every day. Here are a few powerful stories that show the love, perseverance, compassion, and commitment to being ourselves that form the foundation of our shared fight for justice. Read More
If you’re anything like me, this first week of the Trump administration has been a roller coaster of anger and disbelief.
Marching behind the GLAD banner ... Read More
When I found out the Women’s March on Washington was on a Saturday, I had an important choice to make.
Like many other Jews, I don’t ... Read More
My husband Adam’s great-grandfather owned a chocolate factory in Germany in the early 20th century. He travelled frequently, and gained a sophisticated perspective on what ... Read More
Every young person is entitled by law to an education. When school environments are hostile to any student—because of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, ... Read More
James Baldwin has this quote that I think about constantly: “To be a Negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be ... Read More
Supportive families protect kids from harm and promote their well-being. Read More
There are reasons to be concerned. But we must and we will push back against any attempts to normalize discrimination and hate, even as we steadfastly continue our work in the courts and at the state level to protect and advance justice for all.
We’ve heard from many of you over the last week who are understandably feeling shock, grief, and uncertainty – I’m feeling it too. But we’re also hearing incredible statements of resilience and resolve.
Following the presidential election we know that many of you have questions about the future of LGBTQ rights and protections. Here are a few initial answers to questions we've been hearing from the community.