Learn more about why LGBT people can still face discrimination when trying to access credit.
Masterpiece Cakeshop Ruling Could Turn Back the Clock 50 Years
People Need Paid Leave Policies That Cover Chosen Family
What Ending DACA Means for LGBTQ Dreamers
How the Religious Liberty Executive Order Licenses Discrimination
Why Repealing the Affordable Care Act Is Bad Medicine for LGBT Communities
Federally supported population surveys need to keep up with the growing visibility of LGBT issues by beginning to routinely collect data on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Learn more about why LGBT workers can still face discrimination on the job.
Learn more about why LGBT students can still face discrimination in education.
Learn more about why LGBT Americans can still be denied goods and services throughout the economy.
The LGBT and disability movements have both seen tremendous progress in the past decades—but much work remains. In this podcast, movement leaders discuss the personal and political intersections of the work that lies ahead.
New legislation to amend existing federal nondiscrimination laws to expressly include lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans will fortify and further protect the freedoms and rights of all Americans.
LGBT couple Krista and Jami Contreras discuss what happened when they took their infant daughter to the pediatrician for the first time.
Despite our nation’s progress on marriage equality, it remains legal to discriminate against LGBT workers, customers, students, renters, and homebuyers in a majority of states.
Congress and the president should work to conserve places that better reflect America’s diverse population and help engage new generations to visit and explore their shared heritage and resources.
CAP data analysis provides insights into the challenges that LGBT people seeking asylum in the United States face and underscores the need for the government to collect sexual orientation and gender identity data.
Data analysis provides insight into the countries that LGBT asylum seekers come from and their experiences in the asylum process.
Religious exemption laws would deny loving homes to vulnerable youth.
Data obtained by CAP through a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that Immigration and Customs Enforcement elected to detain 68 percent of LGBT immigrants who were eligible for release in fiscal year 2014.
Overly broad state religious freedom restoration acts, or RFRAs, threaten true religious freedom and could have far-reaching negative consequences.