New data and analysis reveal important health disparities and barriers to care for transgender adults and what can be done to address these issues.
The federal government and policymakers must address health disparities and barriers to care for transgender communities by implementing holistic policy solutions.
The 2020 CAP survey shows disparities in access to services, benefits, and mental health care for Hispanic LGBTQ individuals.
The compounding effects of discrimination for Black LGBTQ Americans are evident in the workplace, health care systems, and police interactions, leading to gaps in economic advancement and mental and physical health outcomes.
A nationally representative survey conducted in June 2020 by the Center for American Progress highlights that LGBTQ people of color are more likely than white LGBTQ individuals to encounter discrimination in a variety of settings.
President Joe Biden’s executive actions create a framework for protecting LGBTQI people fleeing persecution, but agencies must act to implement these safeguards.
In the administration’s first 100 days in office, the federal government has taken notable steps to support LGBTQ people and communities—and it must continue to implement this framework.
Broad reforms and targeted services are needed to reduce the harms of incarceration for LGBTQ people and people living with HIV as they reenter their communities.
This data interactive displays the results of CAP’s national survey of LGBTQ individuals.
These fact sheets highlight how the Equality Act will result in expanded nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people, women, communities of color, and foreign-born individuals in states across the country.
LGBTQ people—particularly LGBTQ people of color and transgender people—were among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The ARPA’s investments are a critical first step on the road to recovery.
Government Strategies To Address the Coronavirus Must Include Targeted Assistance for LGBTQ Communities
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.