Congress this week has the best opportunity in 11 years to send a clear message that it does not tolerate hate crimes, writes Winnie Stachelberg.
Statement from Winnie Stachelberg applauds the Obama administration's first steps on domestic partner benefits and offers suggestions on ways forward.
Winnie Stachelberg weighs in on the California Supreme Court's decision to uphold the ballot initiative, which bans same-sex unions in the state.
Lawmakers are poised to stand by the GLBT community by passing legislation to add sexual orientation to hate crime protections, write Mark Shields and Winnie Stachelberg.
John Berry's confirmation for director of the Office of Personnel Management could lead to a more open and tolerant federal workplace, write Winnie Stachelberg and Josh Rosenthal.
Congress should swiftly address the economic hardships facing many Americans today. The supplemental spending bill to fund the Iraq war is the place to do so.
Measure under consideration in Congress, and under fire from President Bush, would make a long-needed update to federal hate crime law.
Winnie Stachelberg emphasizes the precedents for moving forward on, and building from, change. Even if compromising isn’t the perfect solution.
Winnie Stachelberg explains that hate crimes may be inflicted against individual communities, but they send ripples across communities nationwide.
Winnie Stachelberg is the Executive Vice President for External Affairs at American Progress. Stachelberg is a member of the American Progress Executive Committee, helping to develop and drive the strategic direction of American Progress’s multi-issue progressive agenda. Since joining American Progress in 2006, she has worked to expand and deepen American Progress’s reach and influence […]