GLAAD October 2012 Update
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On the morning of June 28, 1969, a group of patrons at the Stonewall Inn – a New York city bar that was a frequent target of police raids because it catered to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community – fought back against police brutality and harassment. Their uprising set in motion a wave of activism among LGBT people that put the issue of LGBT civil rights on the American political map. This resource kit will help journalists cover the 40th anniversary of this momentous event in the history LGBT rights.
Community organizations play a vital role in responding to sensational sweeps coverage with their own anti-defamation campaigns. With this Sweeps Weeks Toolkit, GLAAD encourages community members to contact stations that air sensational coverage about the LGBT community and tell them how such stories spread inaccurate or defamatory myths about us.
Resources for crafting Valentine's Day coverage that integrates LGBT couples' romantic celebrations.
Each November, communities across the country come together to honor America’s veterans for their service to our country. Veteran's Day gives journalists an important opportunity to recognize the contributions of service members in their media coverage of the holiday, including the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) veterans.