The African drumbeat reverberated through the place of worship as selected audience members stood one by one to speak for those being honored and remembered…. Read more »
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When Matthew Shepard died fifteen years ago, LGBT people were not as widely understood or accepted as they are today. The brutal 1998 murder of… Read more »
Across America, there is a growing awareness of the challenges faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth. These vulnerable young people are telling… Read more »
Wisconsin democrat representatives Mark Pocan and Gwen Moore introduced legislation to increase funding, support and research on the nation’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)… Read more »
Lessons of Hope: A Forum Discussion on Youth Homelessness, was hosted by Street Sense July 16.
My first question: Why shouldn’t two people who love each other have the right to be together? I can’t think of a good reason. Okay,… Read more »
Like many who come from religious roots, institutional thinking and fear mongering against gay people was embedded in my thinking.
On March 9, members of the Obama Administration traveled to Detroit to host an unprecedented national conference regarding housing and homelessness among America’s LGBT community, particularly its youth.
A look at president Obama and the tea party
“Her mother was doomed to a life full of death/ And so was she/ It was predicted that she would breathe her last breath before… Read more »
This article presents an overview of the Equal Rights Center’s launch of a Fair Housing “Know Your Rights” Campaign to educate survivors of domestic violence about their fair housing rights.
Being without a home and in need of shelter is not the ideal situation for anyone and it can be a particularly frightening experience for transgender people.