Blog Posts for Health Care
As the year comes to a close, here are 15 (plus a bonus for the New Year) things your support helped GLAD take on in 2015:
Are you a current or former Wal-Mart employee and during your employment at Wal-Mart you were in a valid and legal marriage to a person of the same sex but were denied spousal healthcare coverage for your spouse?
For the past few weeks, GLAD has been soliciting responses from our community on what ‘Justice’ means to them. Check out some of the inspired responses we got from Boston Pride on GLAD’s Instagram.
The real test of a movement is whether it has the vision to imagine an even more just society for everyone, and the tenacity to get it done.
The Transgender Rights Project at GLAD is committed to using the best legal and advocacy tools available to ensure all transgender and gender non-conforming people can live full, open, authentic lives in safety, with dignity, and free from discrimination because of their gender identity or expression.
Ensuring access to medical care for transgender people is one of the most dynamic areas of GLAD’s Transgender Right’s Project’s work.
Fenway Health, BAGLY, and Boston GLASS are teaming up with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, Queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth organizations in the Boston area to learn about programs that 13 to 17 year old youth attend or may want to attend.
In 2015, we at GLAD are committed to do better by our community with your help and support.
What are our big dreams for 2015? It’s all about creating a world in which we are not just accepted, but celebrated.
Happy one year anniversary of marriage Rhode Island! As the 10th state in the country and the first of 7 states last year to end marriage discrimination, Rhode Island was the tipping point. Thanks to your efforts, the marriage equality front is advancing across the country at lightning speed
And since last August, GLAD has secured victory after victory to move us closer to full equality.
But equality is not the finish line.
GLAD's mission - our mission – has always been not equality under law, but equal justice under law.