Posts by Brian Pacheco, Associate Director of Communications, Media Awards

Tras #SpiritDay, Llamado a Solidarizarse Contra Hashtag Homofóbico en Twitter

Tras el Día del Espíritu, les hacemos un llamado a manifestarse en contra del trending topic homofóbico“#EsPutito”.Read More

Latino Organizations Proudly Support #SpiritDay

Over a dozen Latino organizations are participating in Spirit Day this year, ensuring that the message of acceptance and respect for LGBT youth is reaching as many Americans as possible.

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Latino Celebs Going Purple for #SpiritDay This Year

This year’s Spirit Day participants will include more Latino celebrities than in previous years, spreading the message of support for LGBT youth and against bullying is spreading beyond the U.S. borders.Read More

Varias Celebridades Latinas Se Unen al #SpiritDay

Para el Día del Espíritu de este año se contará con la participación de más celebridades latinas que en años anteriores, haciendo llegar a países fuera de Estados Unidos el mensaje de aceptación y respeto para jóvenes LGBT y en contra del acoso y hostigamiento.Read More

Film about Gay Latinos in L.A. Premieres This Weekend at Long Beach QFilm Festival

A new documentary following the lives of three young gay Latino men is premiering at the 2012 Long Beach QFilm Festival on Sunday, September 16, 2012. Read More

Maryland Latino and LGBT Groups in Solidarity for Marriage Equality and the State's DREAM Act

Today, August 28, three Latino and LGBT groups announced the Familia es Familia Maryland campaign, which aims to educate the state's Latino and LGBT communities around marriage equality and the Maryland DREAM Act.

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Which schools are America's LGBT-friendliest?

Campus Pride (in partnership with Huffington Post) has released 2012's “Top 25 List of LGBT-Friendly Colleges and Universities" in time for the Back to School Season. Find out which schools made the cut!

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Controversial Anti-LGBT Talk Show Off the Airwaves

After a year-plus long campaign by GLAAD and NHMC, José Luis Sin Censura--which for several years aired virulent anti-gay, anti-Latino and anti-female content--is finally off the airwaves.Read More
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