• Deepak Bhargava: 3 Reasons Immigration is an LGBT Issue

    Deepak Bhargava is Executive Director of the Center for Community Change. Deepak shares three reasons he believes immigration is an LGBT issue. He explores how the LGBT and immigrant-rights movements have benefitted from working together, as well as how these two movements can solidify their alliance and reshape the direction of the country.

    Posted 7.29.11
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  • A Celebration of Allies

    New York Times columnist Frank Bruni moderates a conversation with three remarkable families:
    • Maryann Simpson and her daughter Aija Simpson
    • Paul Singer and his son Andrew Morris-Singer
    • Brian Burke and his son Patrick Burke

    Posted 2.13.15
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  • Rea Carey & Panel: A Conversation on LGBT and Immigrant Rights

    Five leaders share their perspectives from the intersection of the LGBT and immigrant rights movements—from the boycott in Arizona and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

    Posted 8.1.11
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  • Mary Kay Henry, Rashad Robinson, Sandra Fluke, and Tim Sweeney: A Moment for America

    Against the backdrop of a national landscape being shaped by deepening coalitions, five national leaders will examine the unprecedented dynamic that has brought exciting new meaning to the phrase "We the People..." Featuring panelists:
    • Tim Sweeney, Gill Foundation
    • Mary Kay Henry, Service Employees International Union
    • Rashad Robinson, Color of Change
    • Sandra Fluke, Social Justice Advocate

    Posted 2.18.15
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  • A Mother's Hope

    From Friendswood, Texas, Ann Elder talks about her family and shares her hope for her son's future.

    Posted 5.14.15
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  • Jeremy Heimans: A Social Movement Critique

    Jeremy has developed national and international campaigns that have grown from zero members to more than 50,000 in just four days. In 6 years GetUp mobilized more people than all of the political parties in Australia combined. Learn about AllOut, a new organization Jeremy hopes will become the largest worldwide community supporting LGBT issues using today's technology.

    Posted 5.16.11
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