Celebrating outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts, the 48th NAACP Image Award
Mic has published "Unerased: Counting Transgender Lives," a project looking at the epidemic of trans murders in America, written by journalist Meredith Talusan, a trans woman of color.
With 27 transgender people killed, 2016 was the most deadly year on record in the United States for transgender people.
Finding Home is a documentary web series following LGBTQ immigrants seeking asylum in Los Angeles. The series is directed by Abraham Troen, a Davis Peace Prize winner who has worked on previous film projects promoting human rights.The series chronicles the difficulties of belonging in a society where love and acceptance are conditional.
Trans singer-songwriter Shea Diamond releases power anthem inspired by her life of struggle, self-acceptance, and resilience.
GLAAD takes a look at a few influential bi+ advocates accelerating acceptance today.
The first ever Queermosa Awards will be hosted at Taipei on Friday, October 28, under the theme "Let's Connect to recognize the contributions and efforts celebrities made in Taiwan media to raise the awareness and visibility of the LGBT community.
GLAAD's Transgender Media Program works with Hollywood to help producers and writers create accurate transgender roles, and helps casting directors find trans actors to play the part.
Eight transgender women of color have been killed in the first three months of 2017. Alphonza Watson was killed this week in Baltimore, Maryland.