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The first couple to be married on a military base met at a Baptist church, but some chaplains are coming under fire for attending the wedding.
In October 2012, a new photography exhibit titled WE HAVE FAITH will bring the stories of affirmation and welcome to people everywhere.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) the nation’s oldest Latino civil rights organization voted on June 30 to adapt a resolution in favor of marriage equality. And the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) has endorsed and is expected to announce support for same-sex marriage at its upcoming convention.
Transgriot founder and blogger and trans advocate Monica Roberts challenges the sexism and transphobia on VH1's show Love and Hip Hop.
Last week, journalists from around the country descended on New Orleans for the largest annual convening of African-American journalists in the country, at the 37th annual National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) convention.
Today marks the kick-off of the three-day long Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference (PTHC). With more than 2,000 people expected to attend, this 11th annual gathering represents the world’s largest trans-specific conference. According to its Web site, the conference offers “workshops and activities focused on the health and well-being of transgender people, communities and allies.”
Journalists and media outlets across the country have been weighing in on Roland Martin and publicly sharing their stances against language that encourages anti-LGBT violence, no matter what the context.
The NAACP recently announced the nominees for the 43rd Image Awards. This year’s nominations recognize numerous films and TV series with LGBT characters and LGBT-inclusive storylines as well as 2012 GLAAD Media Awards nominees.
Biographer Michael Schiavi speaks with GLAAD about Celluloid Activist, his biography of Vito Russo, one of GLAAD’s founders and a visionary advocate for LGBT equality.
This week, Salon.com teamed up with New America Media to run a series of coming out stories by LGBT youth of color and LGBT immigrant youth. Titled "Pariah Personals," the series is inspired by the recently released film "Pariah," a coming-of-age story about an African American teen named Alike, who is embracing her identity as a lesbian.