Posts by Janet Arelis Quezada, Senior Strategist, Spanish-Language & Latinx Media

Resources for immigrants/Recursos para inmigrantes

Many immigrants, including those who are LGBTQ, are concerned about recent actions by the Trump Administration that make more people vulnerable to deportation, including DREAMers.

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Queer Latina animator needs your help telling an immigrant story

Queer Latinx animator Pamela Chavez has a story she wants to share with you. Caracol Cruzando, is the name of Chavez’ 20 minute animated short that she is completing with help from Latino Public Broadcasting and a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter which began on February 17, 2017. “Caracol Cruzando follows a young Costa Rican migrant who must decide whether to bring her best friend and pet turtle across the US/Miami border with her undocumented family.”

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GLAAD stands in support of LGBTQ immigrants, their families and communities impacted by Trump administration action

GLAAD’s President & CEO Sarah Kate Ellis voiced support today for undocumented immigrants, including the estimated 267,000 who identify as LGBTQ, following the measures announced by the Trump administration that will negatively impact communit

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Palabra: Latinx LGBTQ and allied books and articles to add to your reading lists

Here's a list of LGBTQ and allied Latinx authors who have shared work or will be sharing work in 2017 that can be used to spark conversations and increase acceptance. 

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Some música by LGBTQ & allied Latinx performers to alleviate those end-of-year blues

A list of LGBTQ and allied Latinx performers to help build a playlist that alleviates those end-of-year blues.

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"San Antonio Four" today exonerated by Texas court of appeals

The four women at the center of the documentary Southwest of Salem were today cleared on all charges by the Texas court of appeals.

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GLAAD launches a bilingual report on Spanish-Language Television in the United States

Nearly Invisible is the first GLAAD report that analyzes the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) characters in primetime Spanish-language scripted television airing in the United States between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. The report also analyzed the inclusion of characters of African and indigenous descent as well as characters with disabilities.

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Telemundo demuestra su apoyo durante Spirit Day

Hoy, el 20 de octubre para #SpiritDay, la cadena Telemundo, sus artistas, sus programas y sus páginas en las redes han enviado lindos mensajes de apoyo para los jóvenes LGBT y en contra del bullying, o el acoso escolar.

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