Amid attacks from extremist groups threatening LGBTQ+ and reproductive rights, we are coming together to share our message of resilience and resistance.
HRC is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Dominique “Rem'mie” Fells, a Black transgender woman killed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on June 9.
In response to those seeking to divide already marginalized populations, our liberation is tied together and so are our people.
Post submitted by Lucas Acosta (he/him), former Deputy Director of Communications, PoliticsThree-fourths of homicides against transgender people involved a gun, and nearly eight in ten homicides of Black trans women…
The Loitering for the Purpose of Prostitution law, also known as the #WalkingWhileTrans law, has resulted in widespread police profiling, unjust arrests, police harassment and police violence.
Post submitted by Viet Tran (he/him/they/them), former HRC Press SecretaryHRC urges Congress to act expeditiously and adopt legislative reforms that address over policing, police brutality, misconduct and harassment affecting Black…
HRC has joined more than 400 organizations pushing congressional leadership to take up federal reforms to address policing.
Every person has the right to protest against the injustices marginalized groups face every day, so we've compiled tips for protesting safely and peacefully.
HRC marks National HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day with a Q&A with folks living with HIV.
We join together to say #BlackLivesMatter and commit ourselves to the action those words require.
HRC President Alphonso David delivered a statement on changes and additional charges regarding the George Floyd case.