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AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson spoke with CNBC about his company's recent statement supporting the LGBT community in Russia.
Today, in a post titled "A Time for Pride and Equality," AT&T became the first major US corporation to denounce the draconian anti-gay law in Russia, in anticipation of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Telecommunications giant AT&T stood up to bullying this week as a Spirit Day partner. To show its support for LGBT youth everywhere, LEAGUE at AT&T went purple online and in person.
The Lucky Charms rainbow might just have a new meaning this Pride month. This year, General Mills, Inc. created a Pride campaign partnered with McCann New York to celebrate diversity. See what companies around the country are doing to celebrate Pride month.
This Pride Month, the LGBT community and its allies should take time to honor those lesbian, gay and bisexual servicemembers who served in silence, and all of our proud transgender men and women who were - and are still - forced to do so.
GLAAD Media Awards honoree Adam Lambert partnered with AT&T for a PSA campaign that empowers LGBTQ youth to be proud of who they are.
As Boy Scouts of America officials state that they plan to uphold the discriminatory ban on gay scouts and gay scout leaders, many Americans including current scouts are continuing to take action.
CNBC has a great story on how the CEOS of AT&T and the accounting firm Ernst & Young have taken public stances in support equality for people in the LGBT community in recent months. James S. Turley, CEO and Chairman of the latter business, has promised to work with the Boy Scouts of America, as a current board member, to repeal their anti-inclusive policies against LGBT participants.