People of Color

Issues impacting LGBT communities of color

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.

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The Gay Games are over in Cleveland, but the stories continue to be told

Saturday evening saw the closing ceremony of the 9th Gay Games, presented by the Cleveland Foundation, but that doesn't mean that the stories of LGBT athletes are ending.

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NYC: Trans Women of Color Collective's call to action and a demonstration for Islan Nettles

The Trans Women of Color Collective of Greater New York is leading a Call to Action on August 18, marking one year since the brutal assault of Islan Nettles.

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How you can stand with Michael Brown's family and the people of Ferguson

GLAAD calls on its members and followers to continue to stand in support of Michael and against violence and victimization by those in authority. We've identified a few ways you can do that.

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August 13, 2014

Delhi University including third gender option on application forms

Delhi University is welcoming transgender, or third gender, as they are legally recognized in India, applicants by including the option to identify as third gender on application forms.

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GLAAD stands with Michael Brown's family, against violence

Noting that "the LGBT community cannot be silent at this moment," GLAAD has joined sixteen other LGBT organizations issuing a letter to stand with the family of Michael Brown, the African-American teenager who was fatally shot by the police in Ferguson, Missouri.

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August 12, 2014

Uganda: LGBT Ugandans march for equality as the anti-LGBT law becomes invalidated

After the Ugandan court invalidated a controversial anti-gay law, approximately 200 people gathered at the botanical gardens in the lakeside town of Entebbe on August 9th to march for LGBT equality.

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