As the American Civil Liberties Union announced the filing of a landmark lawsuit challenging LGBT adoption discrimination practices in Michigan, the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) unveiled a national ad and policy report underscoring the potential dangers that adoption-related religious exemption laws pose to children.
Inequities facing transgender workers in the American workforce range from finding and keeping good jobs, to having equal access to job-related benefits, to obtaining adequate health insurance coverage.
The Movement Advancement Project, the Human Rights Campaign and the Center for American Progress are co-authoring a policy report on LGBT Workers in the American Workforce, which is currently slated to launch in spring 2013.
Following several years of declining revenue, LGBT social justice organizations experienced a 17% revenue increase from 2010 to 2011, according to a new report by the Movement Advancement Project (MAP).
For many LGBT families, Tax Day marks the end of an annual encounter with inequality. Although the federal tax code began incorporating marriage and family-based tax incentives in 1913, many LGBT families still cannot benefit from this tax relief.
Due to inequitable laws and social stigma, as many as two million children living in LGBT families face significant challenges accessing basic healthcare and may suffer from health disparities, according to a new report.