• 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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  • Breaking Through in Sports, Religion, Business & Families

    The Rev. Delman Coates, Patrick Burke, Todd Sears, and Ingrid Duran -- pioneering allies and LGBT leaders -- join in a conversation facilitated by Catherine Pino about recent campaigns and other efforts that are expanding the national dialogue within sports, religion, business, and families.

    Posted 2.18.15
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  • Anna Greenberg and Brad Sears: Equality Snapshot

    Anna Greenberg (Greenburg Quinlan Rosner Research) and Brad Sears (Williams Institute) will crunch the important numbers and distill essential data in order to present a clear and informative snapshot of the current LGBT population, issues relevant to LGBT people, and rapidly evolving public attitudes about the LGBT equality agenda.

    Posted 2.18.15
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  • James Rucker: Incubating Social Change

    James is a co-founder of Citizen Engagement Lab, an incubator for new media organizing that focuses on marginalized and underrepresented communities. Learn what it takes to create an organizing movement by breaking down organizational and personal silos.

    Posted 5.13.11
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  • Jarrett Barrios and Thomas Gensemer: The Scoop on It Gets Better

    Thomas works on the “new media” side of communications while Jarrett operates on the “traditional media” side. But when the two were brought together on the “It Gets Better” campaign, it was like a whole new world opened up for both of them. Learn how their combined efforts allowed them to share stories of hope with millions of kids and adults across the country.

    Posted 5.16.11
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  • The Texas Moment

    Texas is the second largest state in the nation, but it provides no protections from discrimination for LGBT Texans. Now is time to secure equal treatment in the Lone Star State.

    Posted 5.14.15
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