Stories of real people being reported on by journalistic outlets, or voices that deserve amplifying
The following is a guest post by Jeremy Hooper, special projects consultant at GLAAD
'Moonlight,' Lily Tomlin, Tituss Burgess among nominees at tonight's ceremony
Moonlight, Transparent and Orange is the New Black among NAACP Image Award nominees
“United Against Hate” hosted in partnership by GLAAD and the Human Rights Campaign.
MOONLIGHT a leader as Golden Globe nominations were announced this morning in Beverly Hills.
On Saturday, join activists and advocates at the “Justice for All” rally in Burlington, North Carolina.
The largest survey of transgender people conducted to date, The U.S. Transgender Survey from the National Center for Transgender Equality, sheds light on trans peoples' experiences with employment, housing, education, family life, poverty, discrimination, and violence.
Mic has published "Unerased: Counting Transgender Lives," a project looking at the epidemic of trans murders in America, written by journalist Meredith Talusan, a trans woman of color.
Among the over 30 people who lost their lives on Friday, December 2 in the Oakland, California fire, some of the victims were transgender. GLAAD reminds and urges journalists to apply these media guidelines when covering the story of the Oakland fire, and in other stories about transgender people.