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Many Voices, a non-profit organization working to build a national movement for LGBTQ justice from within the Black Church, has launched a new web campaign on National Coming Out Day.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. At the 50th anniversary March on Washington civil rights leaders and public officials speaking to commemorate the event highlighted the struggles for equality that all minorities and marginalized people, including the LGBT community, still face.
Prominent Cameroonian LGBTI activist and journalist Eric Ohena Lembembe was found brutally tortured and murdered in his home in the latest of a series of violent anti-LGBTI hate crimes in Cameroon.
Earlier this week the Supreme Court ruled against a central piece of the Voting Rights Act. In addition to GLAAD, ColorOfChange.org, the NAACP, National Council of La Raza, the Mexican American Legal and Education Defense Fund, and Southerners on New Ground have all spoken out against the Supreme Court and their decision.
The San Diego Press Club will be hosting its first-ever panel discussion addressing the media coverage of the LGBT community, with GLAAD's own Monica Trasandes as a featured panelist.
The 7th annual Camp Pride will take place at Vanderbilt University this summer. Shane Windmeyer, Executive Director for Campus Pride, discusses the vision for Camp Pride and all that it has accomplished in the last 7 years.
EBONY.com featured a Gay Bishop, with his husband and infant daughter, in the 10th edition of their "Coolest Black Family in America" series.
March is Women's History Month and to begin a weekly feature of women of the LGBT community GLAAD sat down with Kimberley McLeod, the creator of the ELIXHER and Communications Director for the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC).
The New York City-based LGBT organization Harlem Pride has launched a petition calling for the creation of a Community Pride Center in the neighborhood. Sign the petition!
National Youth Pride Services featured an essay by Brian Alston Carter, an alumnus of the HBCU Morehouse College in Atlanta.