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.
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 ...
Tuesday, January 11 2022
GLAD welcomes the newest members of its Board of Directors: DEI Expert and Scholar Mark Brimhall-Vargas, Transhealth Northampton CEO Dallas Ducar, and Employment Attorney Beth ...
Thursday, January 6 2022
On the anniversary of the January 6, 2021 insurrection at the United States Capitol, GLAD Executive Director Janson Wu issued a statement:
“As LGBTQ+ people, as ...
Monday, January 3 2022
Today the first LGBTQ+ parents in Connecticut signed Acknowledgments of Parentage to secure equal legal protections for their children and families. Federal law requires states ...
Monday, December 20 2021
“Banned concepts” law unconstitutionally discourages discussions on race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and gender identity in schools and public workplaces.
Wednesday, December 1 2021
The First Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed critical protection in state anti-bullying law: students who engage in bullying—and schools that overlook it—can be held accountable for the damaging mental health effects their behavior causes.
Wednesday, November 17 2021
Four of the nation's leading LGBTQI+ organizations collaborated to create SafeSchoolsForAll.org for students, parents, and supporters to take action against bullying, harassment and discrimination.
Thursday, October 21 2021
We're suing on behalf of Jane Doe, who was denied a room at an assisted living facility because she is transgender.