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

"Hands" el tributo a Orlando un éxito en 39 países incluso Argentina, Brasil

Menos de una semana después de su lanzamiento, "Hands"-el tributo a Orlando lanzado por GLAAD y la disquera Interscope-ya ha llegada la posición número uno en iTunes Argentina y Brasil y ha logrado posicionarse en 37 pases alrededor del mundo en iTunes de acuerdo a las figuras disponibles en worldhit.net y kworb.net.

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Carmen Carrera talks activism, motherhood and being a Renegade Warrior with Latina.com

Latina has a video series called Renegade Warriors where they sit down with inspiring Latinas that have made an impact in the world. In this video content editor Shirley Velásquez sits down with Puerto Rican actress and model Carmen Carrera. Read More

Los Grupos LGBTQ Hacen un Llamamiento a la Unidad Tras la Matanza de Orlando

Varias organizaciones LGBT, Latinxs, y aliadas, incluyendo GLAAD, han creado un mensaje de apoyo e unidad en este momento tan difícil para tantas comunidades. Vea debajo el texto:

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You Will Never Be Alone (film) debuts in US this weekend

Chilean musician Alex Anwandter's debut film "Nunca Vas A Estar Solo (You Will Never Be Alone) is a profound exploration of homophobic violence with a d

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Transgender women in Mexico face human rights violations

A new report from the Transgender Law Center and the Cornell University Law School LGBT Clinic details the human rights violations faced by Mexican transgender women.

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Supreme Court hears arguments in historic case; LGBT advocates front and center

Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the challenge against President Obama's two executive actions on immigration. The decision is expected in June and will impact the estimated 11 million undocumented people in the United States, 267,000 of them who are LGBT.

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Two documentaries look for crowdfunding help, one from Mexico and one from the U.S.

Two documentarians are currently raising funds for post-production on their films, one in Mexico and one in the United States, both profiling strong activists that have taken stands for equality in their respective countries.

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