ENDA

July 17, 2013

Lambda Legal annouces new transgender resource hub after Maryland EEOC ruling

A transgender woman employed by a government contractor in the state of Maryland has reached a settlement in her case against her job, alleging physical and verbal harassment. With the help of Freedom to Work and Lambda Legal, it was determined that the company violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

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July 15, 2013

WATCH: Center for American Progress highlights need for ENDA in video series

A video series from the Center for American Progress brings attention to ENDA by featuring stories like that of Mia Macy, a transgender woman who was refused employment at a federal agency.
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In historic move, Senate committee approves trans-inclusive ENDA

For the first, a senate committee has approved a trans-inclusive Employee Non-Discrimination Act.

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Advocates push for GENDA at the Empire State Pride Agenda's Equality and Justice Day 2013

Tuesday was Empire State Pride Agenda's Equality and Justice Day. Advocates pushed for the passage of the Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act and the Child-Parent Security Act.

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April 26, 2013

'The Lavender Scare' to Document Dark Chapter in LGBT History; Launches Kickstarter to Raise Final Editing Funds

A new documentary based on David Johnson's book, The Lavender Scare, aims to shed light on the firing of thousands of LGBT employees in the 1950s by executive order under President Eisenhower. A period in our history worth revisiting as ENDA is reintroduced in Congress.
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ENDA expected to be Reintroduced to Congress Today

Representative Jared Polis is expected to introduce the LGBT-inclusive Employment Non-Discrimination Act to Congress on Thursday

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Aisha C. Moodie-Mills

Aisha C. Moodie-Mills is the Advisor for LGBT Policy & Racial Justice at the Center for American Progress. Her work explores the intersections of race, sexual orientation, economics, and public policy. She has been recognized as one of the top “Forty Under 40” national LGBT leaders by The Advocate, and as one of The Root‘s 100 emerging and established leaders in the African-American community. Aisha was also a key strategist and spokesperson on behalf of marriage equality in the District of Columbia.

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