Policing, Prisons, & Criminal Justice
Created as community response to police entrapment, GLAD has continued that work by, winning health access for trans people in prison, empowering youth to keep them out of the prison pipeline, and working to ensure fair policing.
While youth across all backgrounds can experience homelessness, LGBTQ youth and youth of color (particularly Native American and Black youth) are more likely to become ... Read More
GLAD has submitted an amicus curiae brief in the Connecticut Supreme Court in Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities v. Edge Fitness et al., a ... Read More
On April 5, 2021, GLAD Civil Rights Project Director Mary Bonauto delivered testimony in support of LD 633, a Resolve Directing the Maine Department of ... Read More
School Diversity During the COVID-19 Pandemic UPDATE: April 15, 2021 – Judge Young ruled 4/15 to uphold the admissions plan. Read the ruling here. GLAD has signed ... Read More
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