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Issues impacting LGBT communities of color
Many Latino allies are speaking out in support of their LGBT family and friends in states where the population will be asked to vote on marriage equality Nov. 6. Here are just a few amazing stories.
LGBT Latinos and in many cases, their friends and families, are doing lots of great media work in states where the population will be asked to vote on marriage equality Nov. 6.
As LGBT History Month comes to a close, The Huffington Post named trans advocate Isis King as their icon of the day.
Arrest of a 14-year-old youth was charged with murder for Terrance's Wright's death, a gay teen, who was slain near his high school in the Southside end of Chicago.
GLAAD congratulates out transgender actress Laverne Cox on being named LGBT History Month "Icon of the Day" by The Huffington Post.
GLAAD’s Religion, Faith & Values program works to elevate LGBT-affirming voices of faith in mainstream, regional, and community media. Jennifer Knapp is still singing, the Torah still supports marriage equality, and LGBT Muslims make the case for relationships. And the number of LGBT Christians in New York City might surprise you.
In recognition of National Coming Out Day,the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans (NCAPA) released a statement affirming support for LGBT equality, including: marriage equality, employment and student non-discrimination, and LGBT-inclusive health care.
African-American LGBT and ally clergy to host the GO Vote: A Memo to Black America summit tonight at Grace Congregational Church of Harlem. Noted economist and civil rights activists Dr. Julliane Malveaux will be the guest speaker. Find out how you can make sure you're rights to vote are protected.