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Advocates say political leaders need to stand up against rhetoric that scapegoats Asians for current pandemic
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has released two asylum seekers living with HIV from a Texas detention facility after LGBTQ advocates expressed concerns over the...
Recent federal court ruling ordered ICE to release detainees who could be "immune-compromised" by COVID-19
Taylor Scruggs is seeking his job back and asking the Unified Police Department to adopt trans-friendly policies
Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell says U.S. has an obligation to stand up for "basic human rights"
Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office agrees to adopt policies and undergo mandatory training around HIV discrimination
LGBTQ advocates say the two laws place burdensome and unconstitutional restrictions on transgender people
Microgrants are intended to assist individuals struggling to make ends meet during the ongoing pandemic
Support for nondiscrimination protections puts most Republicans at odds with party leaders
Eric Finn says he was unable to volunteer his services unless he affirmed the organization's anti-gay statement of faith
Former Vice President's detailed proposals would reinstate Obama-era protections, pass Equality Act, combat anti-trans violence, and more
Stacy Bailey claims school district placed her on leave for showing students a picture of her wife
Chad Jensen claims superiors made vulgar jokes about him and spread false rumors alleging he was promiscuous
Jury previously awarded $20 million to Keith Wildhaber, who claimed he was told to "tone down his gayness"
Lawsuit claims Connecticut's policy violates Title IX by disadvantaging biological females in sports