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The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA)


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The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) outlaws workplace discrimination on the basis of race, skin color, religion, sex, and national origin. The ENDA bill introduced in congress would extend this law to include sexual orientation and gender identity, making it illegal to refuse to hire or promote, fire, or harass an employee based on these qualities.

GLAAD is participating in a series of ENDA Situation Rooms to discuss the efforts to pass fully inclusive employement nondiscrimination.

April 9, 2014

GLAAD's Senior Media Strategist, Tiq Milan, joined Huffington Post reporter Jen Bendry onHuffPost LiveĀ to talk about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which has stalled in congress. Many advocates are calling on the White House to issue an executive order that would apply workplace protections for LGBT employees to all government contractors. Tiq shared some of the stories about people who have been harassed or fired because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

November 6, 2013
GLAAD hosted a Google+ Hangout with Mara Keisling of the National Center for Transgender Equality, Chris Geidner of Buzzfeed, Aisha Moody-Mills of the Center for American Progress, and Brian Martin, an Atlantan who has experienced workplace discrimination. The panel was hosted by GLAAD's Tiq Milan.

September 12, 2013
Featuring Tico Almeida, President of Freedom to Work; Brad Sears, Executive Director of the Williams Institute at UCLA Law; Melissa Sklarz, Executive Director of Stonewall Democrats; Gregory T. Angelo, Executive Director of the Log Cabin Republicans; Dave, Montez, Acting President of GLAAD; and Kim Taylor, the first African American female named to the Log Cabin Board of Directors. Moderated by Towleroad legal editor Ari Ezra Waldman. Broadcast by Towleroad

Recent Blog Posts on ENDA


Apple CEO Tim Cook is keeping the pressure on Congress to pass The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). In November 2013 Cook wrote an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal urging for the passage of ENDA.


Tiq Milan, GLAAD's Senior Media Strategist, appeared on HuffPost Live yesterday to discuss the possibility of President Obama signing an executive order to enact the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).


GLAAD's Senior Media Strategist, Tiq Milan, joined Huffington Post reporter Jen Bendry on HuffPost Live to talk about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which has stalled in congress.


After earlier "reviewing" the Arizona-style "license to discriminate bill" the Mississippi legislature has quickly passed the bill, sending it to the Governor for signature.


More than 200 Democrats in congress have expressed interest in President Obama signing the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) into law via executive order.


Republican donors and law makers have joined with the group "Americans for Workplace Opportunities," and are now pushing for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) to be made passed as law.


A current report from the Movement Advancement Project has maps that show the patchwork of rights and protections in the different states-some protect LGB people but not transgender people and some have no protections at all.