Collaboration with National Black Justice Coalition aims to foster LGBT-inclusive campuses.
HRC partnered with the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) and the National LGBTQ Task Force to build support for the Equality Act at the sixth annual Out on the Hill (OOTH) Black LGBT Leadership Summit.
I found this over at Fred Clark's Slacktivist. Redditt Hudson was a St. Louis Police cop for five years. He is currently the board chair of The Ethics Project, and a member of the National Coalition of Law Enforcement for Justice, Reform, and Accountability, and he wrote this piece for Vox. It's lengthy, I suggest you go read the rest: [...]Show More Summary
Organizations like PFLAG, National Black Justice Coalition, and the National LGBTQ Task Force need your help to figure out what's next in the fight for equality. read more
The Justice for Mike Brown Leadership Coalition organizers are calling on all protesters to disrupt commerce on Black Friday. #BrownFriday » This black friday, disrupt commerce for #MikeBrown pic.twitter.com/EKR579hlXr — The Sparrow Project (@sparrowmedia) November 25, 2014 The protest group … Continue reading ?
A coalition of LGBT rights groups, including the National Black Justice Coalition, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, and the Human Rights Campaign, have issued a letter declaring solidarity with Travyon Martin’s family and friends. The letter demands justice for him and justice in his name, highlighting that many marginalized communities continue to be [...]
Thirty-five LGBT groups, led by the National Black Justice Coalition and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, released an open letter today calling for justice for Trayvon Martin: An Open Letter: Trayvon Deserves Justice We cannot begin to imagine...
A coalition of national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights organizations, led by the National Black Justice Coalition and the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, today issued the following open letter: An Open Letter: Trayvon Deserves Justice We cannot begin to imagine the continued pain and suffering endured by Trayvon Martin’s family and […]
Photo courtesy of WhiteHouse.gov. President Obama met Thursday with leaders of the NAACP, the National Black Justice Coalition, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and other prominent social justice groups largely focused on the needs of African-Americans....
Trans activists meet at the White House today to discuss the state of transgender rights. The National Black Justice Coalition launched its #BlackTransProud campaign. Find out what Day of Remembrance events are happening near you–in the US. and worldwide. A message to cis allies from s.e. smith: “What we’re asking for is your solidarity and your [...]
The Task Force is again partnering with the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) for the third annual OUT on the Hill Black LGBT Leadership Summit. More than 200 black LGBT leaders and activists from across the country are gathering Sept. 19-22 in Washington, D.C., to strategize and organize, as well as educate congressional leaders and federal [...]
The Southern Poverty Law Center, Faithful America, GLAAD, HRC, the National Black Justice Coalition, National Council of La Raza, and People for the American Way are calling on public officials including Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and House Majority Leader Eric...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kimberley McLeod Email: email@example.comPhone: 202-319-1552 x 102 Scales of Justice Tilt In Favor of Robert Champion Jr. Thirteen people charged in hazing death of a gay drum majorWashington, D.C. - May...Show More Summary
As NoMoreDownLow.TV caught black celebrities commenting on the Trayvon Martin tragedy and hundreds of LGBT activists took to wearing hoodies in a show of solidarity, an unprecedented coalition of 23 of the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights organizations issued a joint open letter today about the Feb. Show More Summary
The executive director for the National Black Justice Coalition argues that we must own up to our biases before we can help the Trayvon Martin's of the world to own their power.
NOM still hasn't offered any sort of comment with any substance attached. Which is fine, as it only means that more groups like the National Black Justice Coalition are going to take the open floor: WASHINGTON, D.C. – MARCH 27,...
The National Black Justice Coalition has released a statement about the leaked memos proving the National Organization for Marriage tried to pit black people and gay people against one another to weaken the marriage equality movement. "These documents expose NOM...
From the National Black Justice Coalition: NOM's memos detail its campaign to direct money to a handful of African American clergy in order to attack gay and lesbian couples that have made a lifelong promise to one another. The organization...Show More Summary
The Task Force is partnering with the Obama administration, the National Black Justice Coalition and the Human Rights Campaign for today’s White House policy briefing for black LGBT emerging leaders. At the Task Force we insist that systemic racism is an LGBT issue and that’s why our work every day of the year reflects our [...]
The American Civil Liberties Union, the Family Equality Council, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders, Lambda Legal, the National Black Justice Coalition, the National Center for Lesbian Rights, the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force Action Fund and PFLAG National,...