Posts by Janet Arelis Quezada, Senior Strategist, Spanish-Language & Latinx Media

Consulados y embajada de México participan en #SpiritDay Mexican Consulates & Embassy participate in #SpiritDay

Ya por el tercer año, la Embajada de México en Los Estados Unidos y muchas oficinas consulares enviaron un fuerte mensaje de apoyo a los jóvenes LGBTQ.

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On the Tras Palabras podcast, Carolina González interviews transgender rights advocate Arianna Lint

Spanish-language audiences have fewer media options for accurate content that covers issues that impact LGBTQ people. Luckily, Spanish-language podcast creators have stepped up to create compelling audio stories. One such podcast is Tras Palabras a new culture podcast that seeks to go beyond words and labels (hence its title, “tras” meaning to go beyond or behind; “palabras” meaning words) giving listeners a chance to get to know the people behind the one or two words that are used to describe them.

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Términos y definiciones para los medios en español

Una porción de la guía de terminología para los medios en español de GLAAD. La guía completa está en el proceso de ser actualizada pero aquí algunas partes relevantes para reporteros y productores que quieren cubrir los temas que impactan a personas LGBTQ.

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GLAAD joins LULAC & other justice organizations in support of immigrants

More than 40 organizations, including GLAAD, signed a March 10 letter asking Congress to consider the negative human, safety, environmental and financial impacts that an expansion of the existing border wall would have on civic life in the border region and beyond.

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Resources for immigrants/Recursos para inmigrantes

Many immigrants, including those who are LGBTQ, are concerned about recent actions by the Trump Administration that make more people vulnerable to deportation, including DREAMers.

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Queer Latina animator needs your help telling an immigrant story

Queer Latinx animator Pamela Chavez has a story she wants to share with you. Caracol Cruzando, is the name of Chavez’ 20 minute animated short that she is completing with help from Latino Public Broadcasting and a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter which began on February 17, 2017. “Caracol Cruzando follows a young Costa Rican migrant who must decide whether to bring her best friend and pet turtle across the US/Miami border with her undocumented family.”

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GLAAD stands in support of LGBTQ immigrants, their families and communities impacted by Trump administration action

GLAAD’s President & CEO Sarah Kate Ellis voiced support today for undocumented immigrants, including the estimated 267,000 who identify as LGBTQ, following the measures announced by the Trump administration that will negatively impact co

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