Recent polling shows same-sex marriage is gaining strong support from African American leaders and voters.
This event will feature engaging conversation on marriage equality and other issues impacting black gay and transgender Americans.
The mainstream media is only telling part of the story about where different races and ethnicities stand on both marriage equality and other equal rights issues for gay people, writes Jeff Krehely.
The black community’s support for President Obama is not only about accepting a broader understanding of family but also social and economic policies that help their communities, write Sophia Kerby and Aisha C. Moodie-Mills.
Sam Fulwood III is skeptical the president’s re-election chances will be harmed by supporting marriage equality.
Melissa Dunn and Aisha Moodie-Mills examine the state of gay and transgender communities of color in 2012.
Julie Ajinkya slams the conservative organization for its hateful tactics, which are sure to backfire while uniting progressives.
The Center for American Progress brought together advocates last week to discuss a report on the largely unrecognized hardships in the black gay community that won’t be solved by marriage equality alone.
Both President Obama and Secretary Clinton made important steps this week for the advancement of LGBT rights worldwide, but some challenges still remain, writes Jeff Krehely.
Aisha Moodie-Mills and Sally Steenland talk with Rev. Dr. Dennis W. Wiley, co-pastor of the Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ in Washington, D.C., about his work toward LGBT equality within the church.
Black gay and transgender youth are especially vulnerable to bullying and harassment, writes Danielle Moodie-Mills. Congress needs to pass laws that are inclusive of the needs and safety of all students.
Rev. Dr. Dennis Wiley unpacks some of the arguments used to claim that LGBT equality is not a black issue.
LGBT equality is just as important as other social justice issues, all of which are interconnected, writes Rev. Dr. Dennis W. Wiley.