The Senate has a responsibility to consider Session’s record in weighing whether he should be confirmed for this important office. We agree that when they look to his record, particularly regarding people of color, immigrants, LGBTQ people, women and people with disabilities, they must agree he …
Bryce Helie and Cara Millett met in college in 1999 and soon became inseparable. After graduating, they moved to Rhode Island, where Bryce opened up a deli and Cara went to graduate school. “I knew I wanted to have children,” says Cara, but the couple wanted to make sure they did it in a careful, …
Lawyers from Ropes & Gray LLP, working with … Read More →
In this moment of transition, people of good faith across the U.S. are concerned about our country’s future, and about the most vulnerable people among us.
In a little over a week we will see the inauguration of a president whose campaign embraced anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiment. He will be backed by a congress seemingly intent on undoing some of the progress we’ve made - including on … Read More →
Community Call: Doe v. Clenchy 1-31-2014
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.