Tell the NYTimes What YOU Think About Their Editorial!
Calls to action aren’t always meant to stop bad things from happening. Sometimes we act to show our thanks or support. The New York Times
A New Moment for Equality?
Many in our community are wondering whether the anti-family results of Election Day and the national reaction that followed signals a new moment for the
LGBT Foster Parents, Children Respond to Anti-Family Votes in Federal Way Paper
Family Equality Council supporter Rachel Smith-Mosel submitted a letter to the editor to her local paper, the Federal Way Mirror, reacting to the passage of
We Should Engage in Thoughtful, not Divisive Dialogue on Anti-Family Votes
Dear Families and Friends, LGBT families are at a crossroads. Nationwide we have made great change over the last several years, participating in our communities,
Have You Declared Your Family Equal?
In response to the anti-family ballot measures passed in four states last week, Family Equality Council has launched a visibility campaign for LGBT families —
REACT EQUALITY: Your Thoughts on the Results of Election ’08
In response to the passage of Prop 102, Act 1, Amendment 2 and Prop 8, the Family Equality Council has launched DECLARE YOUR FAMILY EQUAL,
A Day of Mixed Emotions for LGBT Families
Dear Families and Friends, Today is a bittersweet moment for the LGBT community, our families and friends. The first presidential candidate to directly address LGBT
Front Seat Election Coverage ’08 — News, Updates, Resources from Family Equality Council
Check back often for updates!Take our Parent Power: Family Engagement in Election ’08 Survey! Download our Talking to Your Children About Election ’08 publication. 12:55am, EST
Arkansas Update: New Poll Numbers, Ad Released
Arkansas Families First, the statewide coalition working to defeat Act 1, the proposed constitutional amendment to ban all unmarried, cohabitating couples (including gays and lesbians)
Momentum Building Against Arkansas Adoption Ban?
Earlier this week we reported on Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe’s softening support for restricting foster care and adoption to married, heterosexual couples in his state.