One year ago today, ahead of HRC's annual 19th annual National Dinner, Hillary Clinton spoke to almost 1,000 grassroots leaders from across the country – including the HRC Board of Directors, HRC Board of Governors, HRC staff, and volunteer leaders and supporters from the organization’s over 1.5 million members and supporters in all 50 states.
She delivered an impassioned and historic speech about our many recent victories for LGBTQ equality - marriage equality; President Obama’s executive order barring companies that do business with the federal government from discriminating against LGBTQ Americans; and the banning of discrimination at the State Department, including by extending equal benefits to the partners of diplomats.
Tonight marks the 19th annual HRC National Dinner. We’re looking forward to a beautiful evening celebrating equality in our nation’s capital.
On Tuesday in Jacksonville, HRC National Press Secretary Sarah McBride stopped by the Hillary for America Jacksonville office to speak to and thank their staff and volunteers, as well as HRC's steering committee members, for all the...
Approximately 800 grassroots leaders from across the country will hear from Secretary Clinton ahead of the organization’s National Dinner.
HRC celebrated an historic year for LGBT equality at the 19th annual HRC National Dinner. More than 3,000 HRC members and supporters gathered at the Washington Convention Center to hear a variety of honorees, speakers and supporters...