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NBA Star Joins His Two Moms To Support Colorado's Civil Unions Bill

NBA star Kenneth Faried has joined One Colorado to speak out in support of civil unions legislation for same-sex couples in the state.Read More

Ally speaks out against anti-gay chant in University of Virginia newspaper

University of Virginia student and ally Andrew Wells publishes an article in the student newspaper condemning the decades old practice of inserting anti-gay sentiment during athletic events. Read More

What to Watch Weekend 1/25-27: SAG Awards, Season premiere of 'Spartacus: War of the Damned'

This weekend catch the 19th Annual SAG Awards, the season premiere of Spartacus: War of the Damned and the television premiere of The Perfect Family! Plus all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress, Cyndi Lauper: Still So Unusual, Girls, The Good Wife, Downton Abbey and Shameless.Read More

Religion News Summary: Presidential Inauguration Prayers

GLAAD’s Religion, Faith & Values program works to elevate LGBT-affirming voices of faith in mainstream, regional, and community media. The presidential inauguration went forward without Pastor Louie Giglio. Meanwhile, faith leaders are speaking out for LGBT equality across the country.

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January 24, 2013

GLAAD Speaks with Roger Ross Williams About His New Sundance Film 'God Loves Uganda'

One of the standout documentaries at Sundance this year is the new film God Loves Uganda, which examines the relationship between American evangelical missionaries and the increasingly anti-gay Ugandan religious and political establishments. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams tells GLAAD about the challenges he faced in capturing the story, and why it's so important to tell.Read More

WATCH: J-FLAG executive director headlines We Are Jamaicans video campaign

Dane Lewis, the head of J-FLAG, Jamaica’s foremost LGBT advocacy organization, is featured a new video aimed at raising awareness about LGBT issues among Jamaicans. Read More