MSNBC is dedicated to #spiritday; hosts Twitter chat with GLAAD President
MSNBC took part in Spirit Day all day long with on-air segments dedicated to Spirit Day in addition to a popular Twitter chat with GLAAD's President, several articles, and op-eds.
Snapshots: Studio Responsibility Index, Andreja Pejic, FOX's LGBT panel, and more
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PHOTO: GLAAD interns present GLAAD Media Award to MSNBC's trailblazer Thomas Roberts
GLAAD interns and staff had an eventful morning on Wednesday, as many of us headed to NBC Universal Studios at 30 Rock, where we got to watch a portion of the filming for the network's weekly morning talk show, "Morning Joe."
Morning Joe: Sarah Kate Ellis 'brings substance to her leadership role' at GLAAD
MSNBC's Morning Joe talked to GLAAD's new CEO and President Sarah Kate Ellis about her new role and GLAAD's work highlighting LGBT Russian voices.
#RobertsInRussia: Gay MSNBC anchor uses trip to give voice to LGBT Russians
Thomas Roberts is in Russia, doing double duty, hosting the Miss Universe Pageant, as well as lifting up the stories of LGBT Russians.
Thomas Roberts talks to openly gay Russian journalist Anton Krasovsky
Openly gay American journalist Thomas Roberts is reporting from Russia, and speaking with Anton Krasofsky, who lost his job as a journalist after coming out.
Snapshots: Miss Universe in Russia, TransAdvocate, Illinois, Universal Studios, and more
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Thomas Roberts speaks to the Advocate about hosting the Miss Universe Pageant in Moscow
Thomas Roberts, an openly gay married man, will be hosting this year's Miss Universe Pageant in Moscow. This comes at a time when the Russian government has passed or is considering some stringent anti-LGBT laws.
Comcast, NBCUniversal celebrate #SpiritDay by going purple to support LGBT youth
Comcast and NBCUniversal went purple yesterday to spread the word about SpiritDay to show support for LGBT youth and stand against bullying. Stars from NBCUniversal networks and shows, as well as NBCUniversal employees, sported purple and shared Spirit Day on air and through social media.