Will Betsy DeVos Support LGBTQ Students and Federal Civil Rights Protections as Secretary of Education?
On January 17, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, & Pensions (HELP Committee) will hold a one-day confirmation hearing for President-elect Trump’s nomination of
Attorney General Nominee Sen. Jeff Sessions – Not “The People’s Lawyer”
Sessions’ Decades-Long Record on LGBTQ Rights and Civil Rights Is Troubling and Demonstrates That He Is Too Divisive, Too Extreme, and Will Not Protect the
Warren and John Foster Care Adoption Story
Hi I’m Warren, and I’m John, we live in Birmingham, Alabama, we have two children, one is 13 and one is 10, and we entered
Help Us Appeal to the Supreme Court for Marriage Equality
ATTENTION – MICHIGAN, OHIO, KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE FAMILIES! Remember Family Equality Council’s amazing “Voices of Children” amicus briefs, that we filed first in the historic Windsor case
Our Forever Family: The Cobb Family Story
I always wanted to adopt. Ever since I was a teenager, I knew that adoption would be something that I would do. I am adopted.
Michigan Marriage Case Focuses on Children
Today, a federal district court in Michigan begins hearing testimony challenging the state’s ban on allowing same-sex couples to marry. Opponents of marriage equality are,
HISTORY MADE AS SENATE PASSES INCLUSIVE LGBT WORKPLACE PROTECTIONS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Sean Carlson | 202.550.2315 | email@example.com Senate Passes Employment Non-Discrimination Act Washington DC- (Nov. 7, 2013) – Family Equality Council, the national
Creating Safer Schools: The Stonewall National Education Project
Children with parents who are LGBT, or who identify as LGBT themselves, continue to face bullying, harassment and discrimination at school. Schools shouldn’t be a
Building Family Equality in Every Classroom
Parents can engage with their children’s schools in a variety of ways to help ensure a safe, supportive learning environment for their children. This list
Is Freedom from Discrimination in Credit on The Horizon?
In early 2012, a Bank of America in Florida denied Patty Snyder a mortgage when she listed her same-sex partner’s mother as her co-signer. The
Police Chief Joins Rally, Walk Against Anti-LGBT Violence
When violence occurs in any community, fear is certainly an appropriate response. No one wants to be the victim of a violent crime or experience
Gilbert Family’s Situation Gets International Attention
Imagine living in fear for your children’s safety simply because of someone else’s fear and hatred. That is exactly what Felix Bermea and his family