LGBT Activists Hail Obama’s Immigration Reform
At Family Equality Council, we believe in celebrating and keeping together all families. We know that this is ideal for our children and our communities.
New Hope for Servicemembers and their Families?
The New York Times is reporting this morning a deal has been struck on repealing the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law. In a Statement of
Family Equality Council salutes Harvey Milk, Sen. Edward Kennedy (MA) and Billy Jean King, all to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom
THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary _______________________________________________________________________________________ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 30, 2009 President Obama Names Medal of Freedom Recipients 16 Agents of Change
Watch Live: White House Reception for LGBT Pride Month
The following is an excerpt from a White House Blog post by Brian Bond, the Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement.
“Movement Malpractice?” Jennifer Chrisler Responds to Criticism over Attending White House Events
Today, our own Executive Director, Jennifer Chrisler, wrote a guest post for Pam’s House Blend. We’re proud to be cross-posting her statements and Pam Spaulding’s
Fox News: Jennifer Chrisler Discusses Obama, Benefits, Next Steps
Federal Benefits: Jennifer Chrisler’s Statement to the Press
Note: Jennifer Chrisler is now on Twitter. Follow her updates on the signing ceremony and what happens next. As most of you now know, President
Clinton, Obama issue pride proclamation for June
On June 1st, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton issued remarks in support of LGBT rights and in honor of the beginning of LGBT Pride Month. Sec.
Transgender Families at the White House
While Easter might have come and gone, people are still talking about the White House Easter Egg Roll. In this guest post Justin Tanis, Community
Live Blogging the Egg Roll @ Bilerico.com
The Family Equality Council is very excited to partner with Bilerico.com for a special live blog of this year’s White House Easter Egg Roll. Click