Mitigating the coronavirus pandemic’s detrimental impacts on the lives of LGBTQ people will require a strategically coordinated policy effort at all levels of government.
The incoming Biden administration has stated its commitment to advancing LGBTQ equality, which will require undoing the harms caused during the last four years and by generations of discrimination, as well as proactively championing a progressive agenda.
America must restore its leadership role in advancing LGBTI equality and human rights more broadly on the global stage.
A comprehensive new study from the Center for American Progress finds that many LGBTQ people continue to face discrimination in their personal lives, in the workplace and the public sphere, and in their access to critical health care.
As homelessness among transgender people increases, the Trump administration is attempting to cruelly and illegally restrict their access to critically needed housing services.
The Supreme Court’s recent decision on workplace protections for LGBTQ people has far-reaching implications for LGBTQ rights.
A new CAP analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data reveals same-sex couples have endured higher rates of unemployment nearly every year since 2014.
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to exacerbate the economic insecurity and health disparities that LGBTQ people and their families already face in the United States.
Data collection, disaggregation, and analysis of the nation’s diverse communities and their experiences are essential to achieving equality.
The health and rights of women and girls in U.S. immigration custody are regularly violated through inhumane treatment, including inadequate health care, neglect, and abuse.
This analysis examines differences in health outcomes and caregiving by sexual orientation for white people and people of color.
These nine LGBTQ faith leaders work to resist injustice and articulate a moral vision for the United States.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s proposed rollback of the Equal Access Rule will worsen discrimination that transgender people face.
This week, Ed and Daniella sit down with Gloria Calderón Kellet, Justina Machado, and Isabella Gomez—the showrunner and stars of Netflix series 'One Day at a Time'—to discuss the importance of representation on their new show.
A new analysis from the Center for American Progress shows key differences in health, economic security, and other indicators between bisexual and monosexual people.