HRC Local: Alabama

parade marchers hold HRC banner Human Rights Campaign fights for LGBT equality in Alabama alongside state and local groups and lawmakers.

In an unprecedented effort to bring equality to Alabama, HRC has just announced Project One America, a comprehensive campaign to dramatically expand LGBT equality in the South through permanent campaigns in Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas. 

Click Here to Voice Your Support or text ONEALABAMA to 30644 to join us.

Earlier this year, HRC undertook the largest survey of its kind to date on the needs, experiences, and priorities of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Alabama

The results show that LGBT Alabamans are just like their friends and family members—living, working, volunteering, and going to church within their communities. However, LGBT people also face daunting amounts of harassment and discrimination and enjoy no legal protections at either the local or state level.

Click here to read our brochure detailing some of the Alabama survey findings. You can read and download the full fact sheet here.

Currently in Alabama, fair-minded citizens are taking action against Alabama's constitutional amendment banning marriage equality. Learn more about the legal fight for same-sex marriage here.


Beyond Marriage Equality

Beyond Marriage Equality

When a new Congress is seated in January 2015, HRC will endorse and fight for a federal LGBT non-discrimination bill.

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Project One America

Project One America

Learn more about HRC's unprecedented effort to bring equality to the South.

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