Throughout June Freedom for All Americans asked supporters of LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination protections to sound off about what they were #ProudToBe – whether they’re proud of their LGBTQ identity, their family, their job, or their support for equality! Check out just a few of the responses that flooded our inbox, and share to cap off LGBTQ Pride Month! http://bit.ly/2tMJIAm (Music: www.bensound.com)
Atlanta-area advocate Tracee McDaniel is the Executive Director of the Juxtaposed Center for Transformation, and through her work she empowers others to strive for a world free from discrimination. Read more about her, and tell us what you’re #ProudToBe! http://bit.ly/2CsixRh
Happy Pride Month from @netflix and Jamie Clayton of #Sense8, who speaks here about the importance of transgender people in the media, especially transgender people playing transgender roles.
Keeping a promise he made to the transgender community, Republican Governor Chris Sununu has signed comprehensive nondiscrimination protections for transgender Granite Staters into law. Freedom New Hampshire, the campaign to secure these protections, has worked for nearly 3 years to get to this day — we are proud to have been a founding and leading member!
It’s been three years since the official founding of Freedom for All Americans, our bipartisan campaign to secure nondiscrimination protections for all LGBTQ people nationwide! We’ll be thrilled when the first week of June arrives and we don’t celebrate our anniversary – because that will mean that we’ve met our goal and happily closed our doors, mission fulfilled. Today, let’s take a minute, recharge, celebrate 3 years of great work with our brand new video, and then get back to work! http://bit.ly/2sN9i7Z
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued its ruling in ‘Masterpiece Cakeshop’ – in a very narrow opinion limited to this one case. The decision reaffirms the core importance of nondiscrimination and our nation’s longstanding principle that businesses open to the public must be #OpenToAll. Get informed about the decision: http://bit.ly/2JaPc1k
🌈The fact is there’s room for everyone – and a role for all to play – in our movement to end anti-#LGBTQ discrimination. All LGBTQ people and their allies should celebrate our steps forward, commit to the work ahead, and take pride. That’s why all this month we’re sharing stories of supporters of LGBTQ equality who are sounding off on why they’re “Proud to Be…,” whether that phrase ends with “transgender,” “legally married,” or “a supporter of equality.” Please take a moment to tell us what you’re Proud to Be – just click here to share with us!