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GLAAD congratulates all the LGBT advocates and allies who made this year's The Root 100 list.
Parterning for Peace, hosted by GLAAD spokesperson, Ja'briel Walthour, and First City Network will raise awareness around LGBT issues and provide resources of support for allies.
Indiana gay teen Dynasty Young files a lawsuit against local school district for failing to protect him from anti-gay bullying.
NBCJ hosts Leadership Summit to bring awareness to policy-makers about an inclusive LGBT agenda within the politics of Black America.
GLAAD readies LGBT and ally people of color to share their story with the media and gears up for the Los Angeles training.
Kendall L. Hampton, a trans woman, was murdered and left in a parking lot in Cincinnati, Ohio. GLAAD joins other organizations to stand against identity-based violence.
New voter ID laws could prevent more than 25,000 transgender citizens from voting, according to the Williams Institute at UCLA. The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) has released “Voting While Trans” resources in order to educate trans voters on what they can do to successfully cast their ballots, particularly during what advocate Laverne Cox says is “a critical election season.”
FIERCE holds Know Your Rights Ball for LGBT youth to provide education about dangers of police discriminatory practices such as Stop and Frisk.
Keith Boykin releases new anthology: For Colored Boys: Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Still is Not Enough.
Lee Souljah and New York City Black Pride Committee gets the community excited again about Black Pride.