People of Color
Ice Bucket Challenge Comes Home: A Real Life Look at a Gay Couple Facing ALS
José Cofiño wrote an op-ed for 'Frontiers LA' about his ALS diagnosis, his life and fight against the disease with partner Ben Trust, and what the ice bucket challenge means to him.
Ferguson shows how much work is left to do in the United States
Last week, GLAAD shared with you some of the ways in which you could stand in solidarity with the family of Michael Brown and the people of Ferguson, Missouri. As the story continues to unfold, it brings to light instances of violence and harassment experienced by people of color, as well those who are LGBT, all around the country.
Trans Women of Color Collective led a Call to Action one year after assault on Islan Nettles
The Trans Women of Color Collective (TWOCC) of Greater New York led a Call to Action this past Monday at Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem, marking one year since the brutal assault on Islan Nettles.
Trans model and activist Geena Rocero shares her story and passion for advocacy in Glamour Magazine
Glamour Magazine's September issue features transgender model and activist Geena Rocero sharing her personal story of finding herself and taking action for her community.
Uganda signs law criminalizing HIV transmission
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has signed a bill into law criminalizing HIV transmission, ignoring the warnings of public health activists who say the law will make will only further spread the severe epidemic.
How long will the transgender community have to wait for justice?
Today, as people gather in New York City to remember the one-year anniversary of the brutal murder of Islan Nettles, Michael Silverman penned an op-ed for the New York Daily News that calls on justice to be served, not just for Islan, but for the many others who have faced violence around the country and the world.