The Human Rights Campaign Reacts to Supreme Court Decision in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

HRC responded to the Supreme Court’s decision on Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case regarding whether taxpayer-funded foster care agencies can discriminate against LGBTQ people based on religious beliefs. In a 9-0 decision, the Court ruled that governments can enforce nondiscrimination laws as long as they do so neutrally, but that the city of Philadelphia was not neutral in its application of its nondiscrimination laws.

Equality Magazine: Winter 2021

A New Day for Equality

It is a new day in America. After an inspiring election, the White House and Congress are pro-equality and we are closer than ever before to achieving full equality under the law. But we can’t slow down as we cross the finish line, we must take action to realize our dreams and dismantle the systems of oppression. It is time to demand equality.

Read the Winter 2021 issue

The Latest Updates

June 21, 2021 | HRC Staff

#AM_Equality: June 21, 2021

#AM_Equality: HRC reacts to SCOTUS ruling in Fulton; HRC releases new report on prevalence & impact of discrimination on Black LGBTQ people

June 17, 2021 | HRC Staff

#AM_Equality: June 17, 2021

#AM_Equality: HRC Celebrates recognition of Juneteenth as national holiday; How George Floyd’s legacy changed Pride and LGBTQ history

June 16, 2021 | HRC Staff

#AM_Equality: June 16, 2021

#AM_Equality: Every LGBTQ person needs health insurance; VP Harris calls for LGBTQ protections at DC Pride Walk

June 15, 2021 | HRC Staff

#AM_Equality: June 15, 2021

#AM_Equality: HRC celebrates one-year anniversary of Bostock decision; HRC & White House join forces for COVID-19 vaccination campaign