One year ago today, the whole world watched as New York State celebrated marriage equality. Among the first to tie the knot were Douglas Robinson and Michael Elsasser, plaintiffs in Lambda Legal's New York marriage lawsuit.
Tarrant County College (TCC) and former professor Jacqueline Gill have agreed to settle the federal discrimination lawsuit Lambda Legal brought against TCC on Gill's behalf. The suit claimed that TCC officials discriminated against Gill because of her sexual orientation.
More than 130 members of Congress—plus dozens of companies, unions, bar associations, legal scholars and historians—are urging the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to find the so-called Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional.
This past weekend, Familia Es Familia, a bilingual education campaign highlighting the importance of family ties when discussing LGBT issues in the Latino community, was unveiled at the annual conference of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR).
Two near-simultaneous developments have left many people understandably confused about whether students in New York are protected from harassment and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Lambda Legal recently joined five other LGBT advocacy organizations in urging a Senate panel to stop the discriminatory placement of transgender inmates and immigrant detainees in solitary confinement.