Resources for the LGBT Community

Citizen Non-Citizen

Citizen Non-Citizen

May 19, 2010

The NYCLU, in collaboration with the LGBT Community Center and the Office of Congressman Jerrold Nadler, looks at discrimination against LGBT families in our immigration system and the ongoing efforts to reform the system in Congress through the Uniting American Families Act and comprehensive immigration reform. Citizen/Non-Citizen highlights the heart wrenching...

Uniting American Families Act

Uniting American Families Act

May 16, 2010

From the SF LGBT Center What is happening in Arizona both with the passing of the unjust state immigration law and the signature of a bill aimed at ending Ethnic Studies in Tucson schools is simply unconscionable. These laws are about leaving people behind. They pit worker against worker, student against student and neighbor against neighbor. Leaving people...

Show Your Support for Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative

Show Your Support for Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative

Apr 21, 2010

San Francisco’s Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative (TEEI) just received the news that our valuable and innovative program is being cut from the San Francisco budget. The TEEI collaborative partners — who include the Transgender Law Center, the LGBT Community Center, Jewish Vocational Service and SF TEAM — were shocked when we learned that...

Justice for Clay Greene

Sonoma County, CA violated the rights of Clay Greene and Harold, an elderly same-gender couple, partners of 20 years, when the county separated the two men, terminated their lease, and auctioned off all of their belongings. Harold died without Clay. Read the following articles from The Bilerico Project to learn more: Original article:...

LGBT Leadership Town Hall

April 22, 2010The Path Forward: An LGBT Leadership Town Hall. With all the uncertainly about getting a passing vote in the House and Senate on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act — which has been put off since last summer — and the signals that the White House doesn’t want a vote on repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell this year,...

Volunteer with The Media Trackers – Bay Area

April 3, 2010Want to make a difference just by reading your morning newspaper? Be part of our efforts at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) by volunteering just a few hours per week to help monitor our local Bay Area media! By simply keeping up with the news, you can be on the front lines of our work to ensure the fair, accurate, ...