Today, GLAAD held its inaugural Rising Stars Grants Luncheon to award grants to three college students for their
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GLAAD Campus Ambassador Leah Juliett writes about finding her voice and fighting back.
GLAAD is announces the recipients of its 2017 inaugural Rising Stars Grants. Rising Stars Grants are awarded annually to LGBTQ youth and support initiatives that champion intersectional LGBTQ issues and equality for all.
GLAAD Campus Ambassador, Aisha Bibbs, discusses the student-organized event, Unhinged: Black History, Queer Future; an event that highlighted the dynamic intersections of Hip Hop, People of Color identities, and queer identities.
Five of GLAAD’s Campus Ambassadors discuss why they marched for intersectional advocacy and share advice to young people about what they can do next to continue their activism.
On Saturday, join activists and advocates at the “Justice for All” rally in Burlington, North Carolina.
GLAAD Campus Ambassador, Kali Villarosa (Skidmore College) discusses prioritizing HIV & AIDS advocacy within larger social justice movements.
Check out how GLAAD Campus Ambassadors are setting a standard for inclusive and intersectional LGBTQ advocacy within their universities.
Joon Park, GLAAD Campus Ambassador at Boston College, took part in #SpiritDay 2016 by engaging his LGBTQ & ally peers in a purple photo series.