People of Color
Are you spending the holidays with your family? Felipe isn’t.
Felipe, a gay man from Brazil, came to the U.S. to live with his older sister because his mom was sick and could no longer take care of him. Unable to move here legally, Felipe’s mom has missed countless Christmases, birthdays and even Felipe’s wedding
LGBT group calls for attorney's apology after he argues transgender murder victim wasn't a "certain class" of person
Last week, the lawyer for a man convicted of second-degree murder and other charges in New York told a judge that his client's sentence should be lessened because the victim was a transgender woman and allegedly involved in sex work.
The New York state Court of Appeals will consider restoring the hate crimes conviction in the Lateisha Green murder c
Snapshots: Taking action for LGBT Vietnamese-Americans, advocating for homeless youth, and speaking out for ENDA
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