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Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Say I Do

Once anyone has served our country in uniform with honor and dignity in an honest and genuine way, it becomes increasingly difficult for anyone to deny them the freedoms they fight to protect for all others.

60 members of Congress seek LGBT-inclusive immigration reform

In truth, no immigration reform bill can be called “comprehensive” unless it includes all Americans, including those who are LGBT. This is recognized in the Reuniting Families Act (HR 2709), which includes LGBT families in addressing the broader immigration problem of family unification.

LGBT community urged to create change now

If all of us, just at this conference, commit to this, we will have taken 72,000 actions to move forward the visibility of our lives, to engage and to advocate.

Immigration Equality to join congresswoman in protest of proposed Ugandan law

U.S. Rep. Maloney – a staunch LGBT supporter and co-sponsor of the Uniting American Families Act – has invited human rights advocates and members of the clergy to appear with her today to protest the proposed death penalty and other draconian criminal sanctions for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons in Uganda and to demand a meeting with representatives of the Ugandan government.

Thomas Saenz, president of MALDEF, speaks at Creating Change

In a show of solidarity between the immigration and LGBT movements, Tom Saenz, the president of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) delivered the opening keynote address for the Creating Change conference in Dallas.