Amid attacks from extremist groups threatening LGBTQ+ and reproductive rights, we are coming together to share our message of resilience and resistance.
Congresswoman Sharice Davids partnered with HRC for a Twitter Takeover to talk about visibility and why representation matters.
For Kiara St. James, “the first act of resilience is to take a breath and acknowledge that we have a right to exist.”
With less than a year until Election Day 2020, HRC is launching a fellowship program to energize young voters and activists in six battleground states: Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania…
HRC’s Nevada Fall Fellows will play a critical role in advancing pro-LGBTQ policies and electing LGBTQ champions to office.
To Marissa Miller, the 2019 National Trans Visibility March started at a Positive Women’s Network conference retreat in South Carolina.
For more than a decade, HRC has held an annual summit for LGBTQ student leaders from many of the nation’s historically Black institutions.
WASHINGTON - The Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) over the weekend convened nearly 50 students for its 14th annual Historically Black Colleges & Universities Leadership Summit. For more than a…
WASHINGTON - The Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC) over the weekend welcomed the first cohort of Elevate: A Fellowship Advancing Public Health Leadership for Transgender Women of Color. TenBlack and…
As communities across the U.S. gather to honor Native American Heritage Month, we must center the lives and stories of LGBTQ and two-spirit Native American people.
Transgender visibility is more important now than ever.