Lessons from Bayard Rustin: Why Economic Justice Is an LGBT Issue
Issue Brief As we commemorate the March on Washington’s 50th anniversary, much work remains to realize the late Bayard Rustin’s vision for peace, justice, and economic equity for all, and especially for black LGBT Americans.
Additional Immigration Benefits Are Available for Same-Sex Couples After DOMA Repeal
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, same-sex immigrant couples will have access to additional benefits.
What the DOMA Decision Means for LGBT Binational Couples
The Supreme Court repealing Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act will help LGBT immigrants married to American citizens and lawful permanent residents, but more must be done for our immigrant community.
What Immigration Reform Means for the LGBT Community
While the Senate’s immigration-reform bill does not include protections for same-sex immigrant couples, it creates a road map to citizenship and a range of key protections for LGBT undocumented immigrants.
Jason Collins’s Anticlimactic Announcement
The public’s reaction to the NBA player’s decision to make his sexual orientation public shows how far we’ve come on the issue of LGBT equality.
Video: LGBT and Undocumented
Video There are more than a quarter million immigrants in the United States today that are both LGBT and undocumented. These are some of their stories.
The Plight of Gay and Transgender Women Seeking Asylum
As Congress and the Obama administration move forward on comprehensive immigration reform, they must establish a road map to earned citizenship that takes into account the challenges gay and transgender women face across the globe.
Living in Dual Shadows
Report Because LGBT undocumented people find themselves at the intersection of two already marginalized groups—the LGBT population and the undocumented population—they are among society’s most vulnerable individuals.
Infographic: The LGBT Undocumented: By the Numbers
Of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States today, hundreds of thousands identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender, or LGBT.
The Top 5 Ways the Obama Administration Has Helped Gay and Transgender Immigrants
President Obama’s administrative actions have significantly improved the lives of gay and transgender immigrants—including the lives of those hundreds of thousands who remain undocumented. To fully level the playing field, Congress must now pass immigration reform that creates a road map to citizenship for our nation’s undocumented immigrants.
Black Churches May Be More Friend Than Foe to Gay Congregants
New studies suggest that black churches, despite a reputation for being the most adamant opponents of gay and transgender equality, may actually be more supportive than we are led to think.
Latino Support for Equality Goes Far Beyond Marriage
By near-universal margins, Latinos support laws and policies that level the playing field for gay Americans in all areas of life, not just marriage.
The Defense of Marriage Act and Undocumented Immigrants
Ariel Eure explains why we need to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act in order to keep binational families together.
HIV/AIDS Inequality: Structural Barriers to Prevention, Treatment, and Care in Communities of Color
Issue Brief Russell Robinson of the University of California, Berkeley Law Working Group on HIV and Inequality and Aisha Moodie-Mills discuss the need for a holistic approach to eliminating racial disparities in HIV/AIDS treatment.
The Unfair Criminalization of Gay and Transgender Youth
Issue Brief Jerome Hunt and Aisha C. Moodie-Mills overview the unfair experiences LGBT youth go through in the juvenile justice system.