Amazing news! The New Hampshire House has voted to pass legislation adding comprehensive non-discrimination protections for transgender people! This is a historic win, and we’re thrilled to be a founding and leading member of @FreedomNH, the campaign to pass this bill. Share this to keep the momentum going through a Senate vote, and read more on what this means: bit.ly/2G439tk
Meet our CEO Masen Davis, who brings more than two decades of experience leading efforts to advance equality for LGBTQ Americans at the state, national, and global levels. In this new video he shares how we’ll move forward on LGBTQ equal treatment. Please watch and share, and read more from the Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund: http://bit.ly/2FI095x
We’re so proud to partner with the Tumblr @staff at @action for #ArtActionDay – and for a 2018 filled with important actions for #LGBTQ equality. Tumblr asked what kind of year we want 2018 to be – and we know that we want it to be a year of forward movement for transgender Americans from coast to coast. Check out our new video on our 2018 plans, then let us know #WhatWillYouDo for transgender equality this year!
This week the Trump Administration indicated its intention to allow health service providers who claim a moral or religious objection to refuse to provide care to transgender people and other groups of people. We must speak out against this #RxForDiscrimination and secure LGBTQ equal treatment: http://bit.ly/2BcdBei
Today the United States Supreme Court has its first chance to grant review to cases challenging the anti-LGBTQ HB1523 in Mississippi – and Malaysia Walker, transgender woman in Mississippi who works with the ACLU of Mississippi, is eager to see the terrible law overturned. “I am Mississippi, and I belong here,” she says. Read this article about how she rose above employment discrimination and is now advancing LGBTQ equality in the South: http://bit.ly/2E1ptl1
THREE FOR THREE! President Trump’s discriminatory, unpatriotic ban on open service for transgender Americans has been halted again – by a third judge, this time in Washington State. Spread the word by reblogging! http://bit.ly/2C4BLsQ
It’s undoubtedly been a tough year for LGBTQ Americans – especially transgender people. But we’re thankful that millions of Americans are committed to the fight to end discrimination, including you! Happy Thanksgiving! http://bit.ly/2jPCQjp