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The following is a statement from HRC's President Chad Griffin upon news that Senator Harry Reid will retire from the U.S. Senate after the completion of his current term.
As leader of the Democratic Caucus since 2005, Reid has played a key role in ensuring legislation critical to the LGBT community.
Longtime LGBT advocate Bob Page wed his partner of 26 years this week.
As of today, lawmakers have introduced more than 85 anti-LGBT bills in 28 state legislatures.
U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor today ruled against a policy change allowing legally married same-sex couples in non-marriage equality states to exercise their rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act
Last night in Helena, HRC joined partners including Montana Human Rights Network for an evening focused on the road toward equal protections for all Montanans.
Bond speaks out following HRC news conference in Little Rock
With fewer than two weeks until Election Day on April 7, hundreds of volunteers are phone banking and door knocking daily to have as many conversations with voters as possible.
The U.N. Human Rights Council voted today to appoint a watchdog to monitor the state of privacy rights worldwide. That watchdog, called a special rapporteur, was appointed by a consensus vote of all members of the council. That’s very good news, and it’s been a long time coming. Show More Summary
A cadre of celebrities, athletes, corporations and organizations has taken to social media this afternoon to decry Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s decision to sign a dangerous anti-LGBT legislation into law.
It has been an extremely busy year for HRC Foundation Youth Ambassador Jazz Jennings.
After undergoing substantial public scrutiny, the Toronto-based Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has suspended its "Gender Identity Services" until they can be officially reviewed.
Bill threatens LGBT Georgians, other minorities, and the economic climate of the state as conferences threaten to move elsewhere if the bill becomes law.
Indiana Governor signs overly vague anti-LGBT bill in to law allowing individuals to use religion as an excuse to discriminate against LGBT people and other minorities
Despite the popularly of the show “Mad Men,” we are no longer living in the 1960s, but the current gender wage gap doesn’t reflect that. Ongoing wage inequity should be a thing that’s in the past. The persistent pay gap exists, despite...Show More Summary
This morning, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed a sweeping bill that will allow individuals to use religion as an excuse to discriminate against LGBT people and other minorities.