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Candidates claim they never received questionnaire, or returned it, but were never credited with a rating
More than a dozen candidates failed to respond to inquiries about their stances on LGBTQ issues
June 15 event will explain how "defund" strategy works and offer advice on responding to D.C.'s proposed funding increase for MPD
Most D.C. Council candidates earn positive ratings, but many vehemently oppose decriminalizing sex work
Ward 2 councilmember to step down Jan. 17 following investigation into alleged "ethical lapses"
Elissa Silverman and David Schwartzman rate the highest among candidates seeking a second At-Large Council seat
Three incumbent D.C. Councilmembers running for re-election have earned perfect ratings on GLAA’s election-year questionnaire ahead of the District’s primary election on June 19. Councilmembers...
The GLAA of Washington, D.C. has announced it will honor Check It Enterprises, D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3), and Whitman-Walker Executive Director Don Blanchon...
Creating and maintaining change requires commitment and authenticity. What's the shelf life of your outrage?
GLAA reflects on 45 years of working for LGBT rights
On Wednesday, the Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance (GLAA) of Washington, D.C. released its ratings for candidates running in the April 28 special elections for the...
About 20 community activists and advocates rallied Friday outside the John A. Wilson Building, which houses the mayor’s office and the D.C. Council chambers, to...
The nonpartisan Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance (GLAA) of Washington, D.C., on March 12 released revised ratings for three candidates running in the April 1...
Seven local groups that deal with LGBT rights issued a combined response Thursday to findings of the Anti-Defamation League's Hate Crimes Assessment Task Force (HCATF)...
The Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance (GLAA), the largest nonpartisan LGBT political group in Washington, announced Friday that it is honoring Jerry Clark, Alison Gill...