People of Color
Andraya Williams, a 22-year-old trans woman of color and student at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) says she was escorted off campus and told she was suspended after using the women's restroom.
Robert Oscar Lopez is appearing at Stanford University this weekend, and he's bringing his persecution complex with him
Florencia Trinidad, is an actress, supervedette, comedienne, and TV hostess who was the first Argentinian transgender person to get her name and the gender on her government-issued ID.
Tona Brown is nearly halfway to her $3500 goal to be able to be the first African-American violinist to perform at Carnegie Hall. GLAAD had a conversation with Tona, asking her about her love of music, her advocacy for African-American and transgender musicians, and what she is doing after her historic performance.
In conjunction with the inaugural International Advocate for Change Award to be presented at the 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, GLAAD is highlighting international advocates, including Brazilian singer Daniela Mercury.
For International Transgender Day of Visibility, TED talks about how to give transgender people proper visibility
Geena Rocero made history when she presented her TED talk and came out as a transgender woman.