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Employment Non-Discrimination Act

Building a More Perfect Union

immigration equality protest LGBT immigrants need both the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and immigration reform.

By Sharita Gruberg and Sarah McBride | Thursday, February 6, 2014

Business Support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act—Fact Not Fiction

U.S. Capitol BuildingYesterday, with bipartisan support, the Senate opened debate on a bill to protect LGBT people from discrimination in the workplace, while the House stated its opposition claiming that these protections are bad for business. Here are five fast facts about business support for LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination policies.

By Laura E. Durso and Winnie Stachelberg | Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Workplace Discrimination Series: Ashland Johnson

Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to end unfair and discriminatory workplace practices that hurt LGBT workers and their families.

By Preston Mitchum | Monday, November 4, 2013

Infographic: Americans Agree on ENDA

The numbers are in: A majority of Americans support finally providing LGBT Americans with protection from discrimination in the workplace.

By Sarah McBride, Laura E. Durso, and Katie Miller | Thursday, October 31, 2013

Workplace Discrimination Series: Faith Cheltenham

Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to end unfair and discriminatory workplace practices that hurt LGBT workers and their families.

By Preston Mitchum | Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Workplace Discrimination Series: Brooke Waits

Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to end unfair and discriminatory workplace practices that hurt LGBT workers and their families.

By Preston Mitchum | Monday, August 5, 2013

Workplace Discrimination Series: Kimya Afi Ayodele

Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to end unfair and discriminatory workplace practices that hurt LGBT workers and their families.

By Preston Mitchum | Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Workplace Discrimination Series: Kylar Broadus

Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to end unfair and discriminatory workplace practices that hurt LGBT workers and their families.

By Preston Mitchum | Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Workplace Discrimination Series: Sam Hall

Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to end unfair and discriminatory workplace practices that hurt LGBT workers and their families.

By Preston Mitchum | Monday, July 15, 2013

Workplace Discrimination Series: Mia Macy

Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to end unfair and discriminatory workplace practices that hurt LGBT workers and their families.

By Preston Mitchum and Lauren Santa Cruz | Tuesday, July 9, 2013

A Broken Bargain

Board room book_alt2 icon Report If fairness and equality are part of America’s basic workplace bargain, this bargain is clearly broken for LGBT workers. This broken bargain, in turn, can create an untenable situation for employers.

By the Movement Advancement Project, the Human Rights Campaign, and the Center for American Progress | Tuesday, June 4, 2013

10 Things to Know About the Employment Non-Discrimination Act

This week a bipartisan group of senators and representatives are introducing the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which would finally make it illegal in all 50 states to discriminate against LGBT workers.

By Winnie Stachelberg and Crosby Burns | Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Infographic: Gay and Transgender Workers Lack Comprehensive Workplace Protections

bars icon Charts Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to ensure all workers have comprehensive protections from discrimination.

By Crosby Burns and Liz Neemann | Thursday, October 18, 2012

More Companies Recognize the Benefits of Workplace Equality

WorkplaceNew data reveal that more and more employers are offering equal health benefits for same-sex partners and spouses.

By Crosby Burns | Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Gay and Transgender Discrimination in the Public Sector

Ohio state capital book_alt2 icon Report Crosby Burns, Kate Childs Graham, and Sam Menefee-Libey examine LGBT discrimination in the public sector and offer commonsense solutions to fairness for all workers.

By Crosby Burns, Kate Childs Graham, and Sam Menefee-Libey | Thursday, August 30, 2012