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Our statement on the devastating events in Monterey Park. #StopAAPIHate
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Anti-choice lawmakers have passed bills restricting reproductive rights in states across the country, and many are trying to push the same type of legislation in the coming months. Let us be clear: Abortion is health care — and we aren't done fighting back.
50 years ago, the Supreme Court handed down a decision in Roe v. Wade enshrining the right to access safe abortions nationwide. This past summer, we saw an extremist court undo that precedent, denying millions the right to make decisions about their own bodies.
Ahead of receiving the 2023 @SAGawards Lifetime Achievement Award, @sally_field reminds us of the importance of accepting, loving and supporting LGBTQ+ youth.
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📢 The deadline for our ELEVATE fellowship is coming up! BIPOC trans femmes: apply by 1/22! We’re ready to help advance your leadership and professional skills to help you advocate for all femmes of trans experience in public health sectors. Learn
Can't believe we're still having to say this in 2023: Kids are not identifying as cats and classrooms are not installing litter boxes.
.@HRC_President is calling on each of us to show up and use our talents to make our voices heard. Together we can create real and lasting change for the next generation of LGBTQ+ people. Read the full article from @mombian…
“Make a career of humanity. Commit yourself to the noble struggle for equal rights. You will make a better person of yourself, a greater nation of your country, and a finer world to live in." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. #MLKDay
Today, we proudly honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and we recommit to our fight for a better country and world. Despite the progress we have made as a nation, we are still far from finished in our work toward equality, equity and justice. ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊�#MLKDayLKDay
Are you a BIPOC trans femme looking to advocate for your community? Apply to our ELEVATE fellowship now! It provides BIPOC trans femmes with the skills and professional development to navigate advocacy in public health systems. The deadline is 1/22!
Inclusive terms are intrinsic to the LGBTQ+ community, such Latinx or Latine. They provide a wider inclusive scope for Latin American identities, especially for trans and non-binary folks. Read about how these terms are helping some people feel seen:…
.@GovTinaKotek and @maura_healey kick off a history-making week after being sworn in as two of the first openly lesbian governors in U.S. history. Congratulations to Oregon and Massachusetts’ newest governors! 🎉
Already a respected leader in the progressive movement, our new president Kelley Robinson is taking the helm at a pivotal moment for our organization. Get to know @HRC_President’s vision for our next chapter and how it's going to be all about inclusivity:…
We’re getting closer to our National Day of Reading! Join us and demonstrate your support for trans and non-binary youth! Register before Jan. 20 for a chance to win one of the selected inclusive and affirming books. Register now:… 🌈�#ReadForTransKidsds
⚡Attn BIPOC trans femmes⚡ Your community needs you! Our ELEVATE fellowship empowers BIPOC trans femmes by increasing their capacity to navigate advocacy in public health systems through skill-building and professional development. Apply now! 👇
Newly elected @GovernorHobbs started 2023 by expanding non-discrimination protections. Anti-LGBTQ+ state officials started 2023 by introducing a bill aimed at undermining the rights of trans kids. It couldn't be clearer why we need leaders who will fight for us in office.
There's nothing like kicking off the year with some queer joy. 💍 Wishing you and Amber the best,@RobinRobertss!…H
DYK?: 24% of college students have never been tested for HIV. Daniel Fernandez de Castro and the rest of the GENERATE cohort are working to fix that. Learn more about Daniel's story and the GENERATE program from the Spring 2022 Equality magazine issue.…
❤️ We are resilient 🧡 💛 We will not give up 💚 💙 We will overcome 💜 🤎 We will be here to support you 🖤 We will make 2023 a great year for LGBTQ+ rkhPCygA
As 2022 comes to a close, we celebrate the victories won while also recommitting ourselves to the work ahead. We won't stop until we achieve full equality for all.
As we close in on the end of the year, we want to celebrate you! Without our community, there would be no HRC. From our staff, members, and volunteers to supporters and allies, we are grateful to have you along with us on this fight. We can’t wait to see what we do in 2023.
By empowering the communities most impacted by #HIV, HRC’s Vanessa Castro and Curtis Clinch are motivated by passion for their work. Learn more about their efforts to connect those in need with HIV care and preventive efforts in the new issue of EQUALITY!…
In 2022, a record-breaking 120 cities earned a perfect score on the Municipal Equality Index. Amid a growing wave of state legislative attacks on LGBTQ+ people, local leaders are working even harder to make their communities more equitable and welcoming.
2022 was a record year for anti-LGBTQ+ bills. An important voice in the fight against these bills comes from corporations. Check out the Spring '22 issue of EQUALITY for more about the work HRC and corporations are doing to stop these hateful bills.…
Abbi Jacobson, @chanteadams, @thesherylralph and @VP - we had all the stars at our first #HRCNationalDinner in THREE years! We got to celebrate all of the hard work our staff, members and volunteers do every day. We can’t wait to see you next fall! ✨
“What we do, as a team, is help put a face to HRC and interact with actual people.” For Menal Khanna and Jackie Solis, HRC pride booths are a way to engage the community to make a difference. From the Summer 2022 Equality magazine issue:… ⬇️
#Kwanzaa reminds us that with faith in ourselves and in a larger vision of freedom, we will find the strength to persevere. ❤️❤️❤️🖤💚�ijjT
No matter how you chose to celebrate, we are wishing you warmth, joy and love this Christmas. 🌟�aE
This holiday season, remember: 💙 You Are Seen 🤍 You Are Loved 💗 You Are Valid
In October, we celebrated #NationalComingOutDay. NCOD is a time for us to remember the importance of being openly LGBTQ+. Every year we see more depictions of LGBTQ+ characters in TV and movies. Check out some of our favorite coming out moments from entertainment!
At a time where extremist politicians are attempting to censor our stories, we’ve partnered with @DragStoryHour to provide families everywhere with an opportunity to celebrate LGBTQ+ stories and spread a message of inclusivity and acceptance. Learn more!…
This year, our HBCU program held its annual HBCU Summit in order to increase LGBTQ+ inclusion and social justice on their HBCU campuses. Hear from two of the leaders, Erica and Laten, about why they are dedicated to this work.…
From attacks on hospitals to rampant disinformation, this year, we saw more attacks on gender-affirming care than ever before. With these attacks, it’s hard to separate truth from fiction. Watch us explain gender-affirming care: 👇
This is an unfathomable loss. Henry was a fierce fighter and a light in the dark – deeply passionate, deeply engaged, deeply caring. Our thoughts are with his parents, his sister, his entire family, and our whole community. May his memory be a blessing.…
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While it is important to recognize and appreciate joy during the holiday season, we must also take time to be mindful of the struggles and stress that many LGBTQ+ people experience this time of year.…
In September, we were honored to announce the next president of the Human Rights Campaign, Kelley Robinson. As the first Black, queer woman to lead HRC, Robinson will galvanize our organization and our movement to meet this moment.
Henry was our beloved colleague and friend and brought light to everyone around him. In his honor, we must come together and speak out against injustice. We must fight for our transgender family. There are no words to describe how much we miss him.…
With renewed attacks on marriage equality, our community made sure that our rights remained intact. Together, we passed the Respect for Marriage Act, protecting federal marriage equality for families like these.
No matter how you celebrate, who you celebrate with, or if you celebrate at all - we’re here wishing you love this season. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🤎🖤
In need of a little queer holiday magic? Get cozy tonight and binge these LGBTQ+ holiday movies.…
Our words hold meaning and have very real consequences. Now more than ever, it’s critical that we hold ourselves and others accountable when speaking to and about our community.
From information about mpox symptoms and transmission to prevention methods, our mpox resource has all the information you need to inform yourself and your community.
Every person can be a light amidst the darkness. #Hanukkah is an opportunity for us to remind ourselves that resilience is a powerful force. May this Hanukkah be filled with wonder and light. 🕎U
Earlier this year, our Global Workplace Equality Program expanded into Brazil and Argentina. Our program aims to grow and promote LGBTQ+ inclusion among companies and U.S. multinationals. Learn more about our Global Workplace Equality Programs 👇
7% of the 6.5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s are LGBTQ+. We've partnered with the @alzassociation to raise awareness about how the disease affects our community while connecting LGBTQ+ people to helpful resources. From EQUALITY magazine:…
In June, the Supreme Court overturned 50-years of precedent and limited abortion access for millions of people across this country. We took the streets to show our frustration, channeling anger into action by electing pro-choice, pro-equality elected officials come November.
Today is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. Decriminalizing sex work is a key step in ending the epidemic of violence against trans people, especially trans women of color. We must bring workers out of the shadows & closer to critical services & protections.
On February 16, demonstrate your support for trans and non-binary youth by joining us for our National Day of Reading! Hosting a reading of an inclusive book can elevate their voices and experiences through the magic of books! Join us:… #ReadForTransKids
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