Jim Obergefell on the Future of Marriage Equality & Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy
Meet the man whose name is forever tied to the historic ruling that granted marriage equality to same-sex couples nationwide.
License to Discriminate: Suing the Trump Administration
Last November, the Trump administration proposed a new rule that would create a license to discriminate. And we responded by suing them.
Census 2020: Why LGBTQ+ People Need to Be Counted
Historically, the LGBTQ+ community has been undercounted in the Census. Why does this matter and what can we do to change this?
Report: What’s at Stake in the Fulton Supreme Court Case
Last Updated: August 18, 2020 This report highlights what is at stake in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case that could harm children and
2 Actions the Trump Administration Has Taken to Undermine the Census and How You Can Help
Black, Indigenous, and people of color, as well as LGBTQ+ people, immigrants, and low-income people have been traditionally undercounted in the census. Recent actions by the Trump administration promise to deepen this disparity.
How Can I Use My Story to Create Change? | A Workshop By Teens, For Teens
From climate change to the end of discrimination in adoption and foster care, young people are speaking out. In this workshop by teens and for teens, we are exploring how to use storytelling to create change!
Kinsey Morrison Reflects on Supreme Court Marriage Equality Brief, Five Years Later
After five years of marriage equality, meet the woman who voiced the opinion of kids with LGBTQ+ parents to the Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges.
Anti-Racist Toolkit for LGBTQ+ Families, Parents, and Children
Deepen your family's anti-racism work with tangible, age-appropriate actions for parents and children that can start or continue conversations about race and racism.
LGBTQ Parents and the 2020 Census: The Surprising Emotions of Fulfilling a Basic Civic Responsibility
At the end of March, after accumulating a stack of reminders from the Census Bureau, I finally filled out the 2020 Census for my family. My life – and LGBTQ equality – has evolved considerably since the last time I completed the Census ten years ago. I’ve gone from being single and living alone to being married with two children. And, in the last ten years, we have made major strides toward equality for LGBTQ people, including nationwide marriage equality.
The 2020 Census: What is It and Why You Should Fill It Out
Last Updated: May 8, 2020 Table of Contents How the Census impacts democracy, social programs, and civil rights advocacy The Census and LGBTQ+ people What