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Immigrant trans activist Tania Chacon tells her story to Telemundo Arizona.
All the major Spanish-language media networks covered the exclusion of LGBTQ people in the New York and Boston St. Patrick's Day parade.
Out lesbian Angelica Lozano, formerly city councilwoman in Bogota has been elected to the Congress in Colombia.
Although the LGBT community and our allies recently celebrated the veto of SB 1062 in Arizona, the fact that such a bill even made it to the governor's desk was distressing. Unfortunately, as we know, the LGBT community was not the first group to be singled out for discrimination in Arizona. Latino and immigrant communities have long felt targeted by laws like SB 1070, which forced law enforcement to inquire about a person's legal status—if they "suspected" them of being undocumented. Since blue-eyed blonde Canadians who've overstayed their visas are very unlikely to be "suspected" of being undocumented, SB 1070 was considered likely to invite racial profiling. Unfortunately that didn't stop Gov. Jan Brewer from signing the bill, which was later partially overturned.
Watch this video from Public Interest Projects to see two men discuss what it means to be undocumented, unafraid and unashamed. .
Arizona Senator Steve Gallardo said that recently, as he watched protesters come to the Capitol to ask for a veto of
A current report from the Movement Advancement Project has maps that show the patchwork of rights and protections in the different states-some protect LGB people but not transgender people and some have no protections at all.
Fusion, the channel launched by Univision and ABC News last year, recently profiled Emilio Vicente, a gay, undocument
Some of the most LGBT positive moments on Spanish language media are happening on daytime TV.
When we read the recent Out magazine interview with Raúl Castillo we thought 'Okay, this is what a Latino ally to the