Monday, March 14 2022
The Maine Human Rights Commission found evidence that Sunrise Assisted Living violated nondiscrimination law by turning away our client Marie King because she is transgender.
Friday, March 11 2022
Dear New Hampshire House Legislators:
As advocates for the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of New Hampshire youth, including LGBTQ+ youth, we write to strongly urge ...
Thursday, March 10 2022
The event addressed gaps in current Massachusetts law that harm children and families, and the urgent need for the legislature to pass the Massachusetts Parentage Act.
Thursday, March 3 2022
The White House's statement and HHS action provide important support for families and a commitment to ensuring essential medical care.
Honoring LGBTQ+ women who have changed — and continue changing —
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Honoring Black creatives, community organizers, and collectives that are shaping the present for a more just future.
We keep fighting because we are committed to the long game. We fight with determination, because we know optimism is not a luxury, but a responsibility – to past generations on whose shoulders we stand and to next generations on whose futures hope hangs.
Tuesday, January 25 2022
In friend-of-the-court brief, GLAD urged the Court to affirm the state’s nondiscrimination laws, including for LGBTQ people.
Thursday, January 20 2022
GLAD executive Director Janson Wu issued a statement on the January 19 Senate vote on the Voting Rights Bill:
“It is disgraceful and disheartening to see ...
As LGBTQ+ people, as with every community and constituency in this country, our fates are tied to the survival of our democracy. It is a ...