Welcome to Lambda Legal’s Marriage at the Supreme Court liveblog. We’ll be posting everything you need to know – exclusive messages from our team at the Supreme Court, updates from our social media feed, and exciting opportunities to join our campaign.
Lambda Legal has a long history of taking action to end anti-LGBT hate violence, but we also have a long history of opposing victimization of LGBT people and people living with HIV within or at the hands of the criminal justice system.
Say #IDO for people across our country who need allies and supporters.
Say #IDO to stand with the LGBTQ Community to show our opponents the strength of this movement.
Say #IDO as a symbol of America's collective resolve to ensure "Liberty and Justice for All."
A September 2014 NPR special on transgender families that featured Robina Asti, a 94-year-old transgender woman who worked with Lambda Legal to successfully challenge the Social Security Administration, has won a Peabody Award for excellence in broadcasting.
On Monday, April 13th, Lambda Legal’s HIV Project Director Scott Schoettes and plaintiff John East will receive the Positive Leadership Award at AIDSWatch 2015, the largest annual constituent-based national HIV/AIDS advocacy event.
Lambda Legal announced today that Jesse Tyler Ferguson, five-time Emmy-nominated actor and LGBT advocate, will accept an award at its 29th Annual National Liberty Awards on May 4, 2015. Lambda Legal is recognizing Tie The Knot, founded by Ferguson and his husband, Justin Mikita, as well as Mercedes-Benz USA.
On Saturday, Lambda Legal's short documentary, I Believe in Me: Fighting for Trans Rights in Prison, will screen in Chicago at the (In)Justice For All Film Festival, a festival presenting films that explore the criminal justice system.
High school is stressful for most students, but for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students, it can actually be quite hostile. At my high school, McAllen Memorial High School, especially, LGBT students have always been singled out and bullied for being different. The bullying was so bad that many students walked the hallways in fear of being harassed or attacked.