Posts by Ross Murray, Director of Programs, Global and US South

The same myths about ENDA are appearing in San Antonio's non-discrimination ordinance

San Antonio city council is considering adding sexual orientation and gender identity to the city's non-discrimination ordinance. However, the lies and misinformation that are being spread by anti-LGBT activists in Texas mirror those that are being made about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act.

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Tell the whole story: churches ready to support abandoned Boy Scout Troops

When a church kicks out a Boy Scout troop because the organization will allow gay boys to join, there are many lining up to welcome the troop. That's the trend, but it's rarely the whole story.

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Violent preaching video targets not LGBT couples, but their clergy allies

Matt Brown, the lead pastor of Sandals Church in Riverside, California, preached to his congregation about whether they should attend the wedding of a gay or lesbian couple. He spoke of being the best neighbor possible to the LGBT couple, but had particularly violent words for clergy who bless the marriage. Read More

No longer criminal: US House accepts reform on HIV criminalization

The House Appropriations Committee has passed an amendment to require the Attorney General to review laws, policies, and regulations regarding criminal cases involving people living with HIV/AIDS.

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GLAAD, God Loves Uganda, and faith leaders look overseas

GLAAD teamed up with God Loves Uganda and Southern California faith leaders to mobilize against the export of US-based homophobia.

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ENDA has unprecedented support in Congress, but who cares with a royal baby on the way?

Instead of talking about ENDA and the current lack of LGBT workplace protections, cable news is on royal baby watch.

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GLAAD and other LGBT organizations call for justice for Trayvon Martin

GLAAD has joined a coalition of national LGBT organizations, led by the National Black Justice Coalition and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, in issuing an open letter on justice for Trayvon Martin.

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GLAAD and the LGBT community react to the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case

In April of 2012, GLAAD and other national LGBT organizations stated that the shooting death of Trayvon Martin was a national call for action. This weekend when the man who killed Trayvon, George Zimmerman, was found not guilty of all charges, we renew that call for action.

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