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June 25, 2021

Staying is not possible. Leaving could break your heart. Award-winning film 'I Carry You With Me' opens June 25

For many immigrants, poverty, and violence make emigrating necessary. For immigrants who are gay, lesbian, bi or transgender, emigrating can also mean freedom to love the person you love, or to be the person you are. That's just one of the themes explored in the GLAAD Media Award-nominated I Carry You With Me, the critically-acclaimed film premiering in Los Angeles and New York City on June 25 and in more cities across the country starting July 2.

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Sounds of Pride 2020

Whether you are staying safe at home or braving the outside world with your mask in tow at the end of this Pride month, GLAAD would love to introduce you to some new LGBTQ summer songs written by GLAAD Media Institute alumni and friends of GLAAD.

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GLAAD Joins Puerto Rican Activists to Call for an End to Anti-LGBTQ Violence on the Island

“They are hunting us and they are killing us," Pedro Julio Serrano told media at a press conference this week to denounce anti-LGBTQ violence in Puerto Rico. At least ten people have been killed in 15 months on the U.S. Territory, said Serrano who is Executive Director of Puerto Rico Para Tod@s and a spokesperson for the Broad Committee for the Search of Equity, or CABE in Spanish.

The recent and shocking deaths of two transgender women, Serena Angelique Velázquez Ramos and Layla Peláez Sánchez, who were burned to death in a car, led to the most recent call to action, which GLAAD and a number of other national organizations joined. Two suspects were arrested in connection to the deaths of Velázquez Ramos and Peláez Sánchez, both of whom reportedly lived in New York and were visiting Puerto Rico.

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