LGBT Leadership Town Hall

The 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[…]

Volunteer with The Media Trackers – Bay Area

Want 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[…]

2010 National Day of Silence

What are you going to do to end the silence? The National Day of Silence brings attention to anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment in schools. Each year the event has grown, and now hundreds of thousands of students participate to encourage schools and classmates to address the problem of anti-LGBT behavior. Founded in 1996, the[…]

Scholarships Available: ENDA Lobby Day in DC March 16

from Bilerico Project and PFLAG ——————————————– On Tuesday, March 16, there will be a lobby day specifically for ENDA in Washington, D.C.. LGBT people and allies from around the country who support ENDA will be there. I will be there. Will you? It is particularly important to ENDA that people attend from the eight states[…]

Maine LGBT Civil Rights March

From May 28th to the 30th, kick off rallies will happen all over the great state of Maine, in the name of marriage equality for all. The marriage equality fight isn’t about gay rights, it is about civil rights. The right to marry a person someone loves is the basic freedom every person should have.[…]

What Planet Am I On?

Rock for Equality – We are all funding Social Security Discrimination against LGBT Americans! Every day that we work, we are paying into a Social Security system that denies LGBT seniors vital benefits that are afforded to others. This is Unfair, Unequal, and Un-American. President Obama has declared that LGBT benefits equality is founded in[…]

Out at UCSF

UCSF’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center has been providing acclaimed programs and services to the UCSF community–and beyond–since 1998. For over a decade, we’ve nurtured diversity, created a supportive work environment, and promoted high-quality patient care at one of the finest health care, education, and research institutions in the world. As the only[…]

Gill Foundation

The Gill Foundation is one of the nation’s largest funders of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights work. The goal of our work is straightforward:  we want to create an America in which all people, irrespective of their sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, are treated equally. Former Gill Foundation Executive Director Rodger MacFarlane[…]

Tree of Hope

The Rainbow Fund presents The Tree of Hope – A SF Holiday Tradition A global holiday project promoting peace, love and humanitarianism by Rainbow World Fund for our community of San Francisco and for all people on earth. The Tree of Hope is a 20-foot holiday tree that is decorated with thousands of origami cranes[…]

Gay Men of African Descent

In 1986, Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD) was conceptualized in New York City, a result of the vision of founder, The Reverend Charles Angel who embarked on a mission to empower the black gay men. In the many New York neighborhoods, gay black men continued to exist below the radar: Black men were dying[…]