Find videos and information about past GLAD events and webinars below!
Protecting Children With the Massachusetts Parentage Act | February 11, 2021
Watch the conversation with parents, advocates, legal experts, and legislators about the urgent need to create pathways to parentage for every child in Massachusetts and how we can get there together.
GLAD, the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, and the MA Trans Health Coalition held a free virtual information session on the COVID-19 vaccine.
Justice HangOUT: State of the LGBTQ+ Union | February 26, 2021
A discussion with LGBTQ+ movement leaders about issues facing our communities and how to take action on the local, state, and national level.
A Turning Point for Trans Rights | January 27, 2021
Live panel about the impacts of President Biden’s lifting of the transgender military ban and how it marks a turning point for transgender rights.
Info Session: Rhode Island’s New Parentage Law | December 4, 2020
Advocates explain what Rhode Island families should expect when the new, inclusive parentage law goes into effect on January 1, 2021.
Panel: What’s Next for LGBTQ Rights? | November 11, 2020
What does a Biden presidency and the shifting landscape of the Supreme Court mean for our work going forward?
LGBTQ Families Q&A | November 6, 2020
There are ways to make sure your family is legally protected, and if you’ve already taken those steps they can’t be undone.
21st Annual Spirit of Justice Award Celebration | October 18, 2020
GLAD’s biggest event of the year brought together supporters of LGBTQ equality for an opportunity to unite in resistance, look toward a future of true justice, and support GLAD’s life-changing mission.
39th Annual Summer Party | July 25, 2020
A fabulous virtual event filled with celebrity performances, community connection, and a chance to support the vital work you care about.
Obergefell @ Five: The Historic Marriage Ruling and What’s Next | June 18, 2020
In this Justice HangOUT, GLAD’s Mary Bonauto reflects on what’s changed—and what hasn’t—since the historic 2015 Obergefell ruling that made marriage equality the law of the land.
White LGBTQ People and Dismantling White Supremacy | June 9, 2020
White people working in the LGBTQ+ movement discussed the responsibility and opportunities white people have to challenge systemic racism and white supremacy and to hold systems of power accountable.