• Rachel Tiven: Immigration is an LGBT Issue

    Rachel Tiven is the Executive Director of Immigration Equality, an organization working to gain equal immigration rights for LGBT and HIV-positive people. Rachel shares a brief history of immigration reform and helps us understand the importance of immigration reform as an LGBT issue.

    Posted 7.29.11
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  • Mary Bonauto & Robbie Kaplan on the Supreme Court

    Mary Bonauto and Robbie Kaplan will be remembered as the two brilliant legal minds who took our fight for marriage equality to the highest Court in the land. They joined us at OutGiving to share their incredible work, which bookends a defining decade in the struggle for marriage equality from Goodridge in 2003 to Windsor in 2013.  

    Posted 11.19.15
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  • Tony Tapia: Numbers Behind the Immigration & LGBT Movement

    Tony Tapia is the Board Co-Chair for Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees. Tony discusses the history of immigration reform, what immigrant demographics look like today, and the importance of immigrant-rights funding.

    Posted 7.29.11
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  • Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones as Mrs. Ling

    Sarah Jones is a hilariously poignant Tony Award winning playwright and performer. This year she brought six guests to share their insights on what it means to be LGBT in today’s world. One guest is Mrs. Ling, a Chinese American who discusses her children’s embrace of American culture. “Don’t worry about me, mom, I don’t like guys - I’m in love with a Chinese girl,” recalls Mrs. Ling, “Those are the words I always wanted to hear — from my son!”

    Posted 5.12.11
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  • Brad Sears and Ineke Mushovic: The LGBT Movement Today

    Ineke is the Executive Director of the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) and Brad is the Executive Director of the Williams Institute. As leaders of two premier research and data collection organizations, they provide a comprehensive look at the goals of the LGBT movement, its progress, and where it stands today.

    Posted 5.16.11
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  • Amy Simon, Chad Griffin, Evan Wolfson, and Lee Swislow: The Marriage Moment

    The extraordinary movement forward in the fight for marriage equality cannot be overstated, and, as a result, the expert opinion of this equally extraordinary panel is the best way to deconstruct recent victories, our lessons learned, and next steps. Featuring panelists:
    • Chad Griffin, Human Rights Campaign
    • Amy Simon, Goodwin Simon Strategic Research
    • Evan Wolfson, Freedom to Marry
    • Lee Swislow, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders

    Posted 2.18.15
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