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Yesterday at the National Council of La Raza (NCLR)'s annual conference, twenty-one leading national Hispanic/Latino organizations announced their endorsement of a first-of-its kind, comprehensive public-education campaign called "Familia es Familia," which aims to strengthen Latino voices to build support within the Latino community for acceptance of their LGBT family members.
La semana pasada, un miembro del personal de GLAAD le entregó un Premio GLAAD al equipo de "Las Aparicio" de Argos TV.
Last week, a GLAAD staffer was in Mexico City and delivered a GLAAD Media Award to Argos TV's "Las Aparicio."
Singer Frenchie Davis Talks to GLAAD about her interview on Tom Joyner Morning Show.
Trans advocates Isis King and Janet Mock sat down as part of the LGBT documentary series, In the Life, for a conversation about visibility of trans women today.
Transgriot founder and blogger and trans advocate Monica Roberts challenges the sexism and transphobia on VH1's show Love and Hip Hop.
Transgender model Isis King can add acting to her resume as she makes her debut in Hello Forever, a film about the hardships faced by four Filipina women and their journey to find a way out of poverty.
Diana King, the reggae fusion singer-songwriter, came out to her fans today via Facebook with a post entitled “YES!! I AM A LESBIAN.”
Leaders of a coalition representing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people which has not been accepted to participate in this Sunday's Tet Parade has garnered new supporters, including the ACLU and the Garden Grove Unified School District.
Last spring when President Barack Obama announced his “evolving” support for marriage equality, many conservative groups were confident it would woo black voters to their side and ultimately deliver a death-blow to the president’s reelection bid. They, as is often the case, were certain that President Obama’s words would create a divide in “the black church” and the overall black community. They couldn’t have been more wrong.
The nation's Roman Catholic bishops are in a difficult position as the debate over immigration reform gets underway: The immigrant-built American church, known for advocating a broad welcome for migrants and refugees, could end up opposing reform because it would recognize same-sex partners.
Last spring when President Barack Obama announced his “evolving” support for marriage equality, many conservative groups were confident it would woo black voters to their side and ultimately deliver a death-blow to the president’s reelection bid.
Super Bowl champ Brendon Ayanbadejo tells Don Lemon Chris Culliver's anti-gay comment will be a learning experience.
Holding signs that proclaimed "Gay rights are human rights," a group of gay Vietnamese Americans and their supporters demonstrated Monday afternoon in hopes that they will be allowed to participate in this weekend's Tet parade in Little Saigon.
A Guatemalan woman became the first transgender person to be granted asylum in Denmark because she face persecution in her native country, officials said.
As a gay Mexican immigrant living in the United States illegally, Alex Aldana acutely understands his double-minority status.