Amid attacks from extremist groups threatening LGBTQ+ and reproductive rights, we are coming together to share our message of resilience and resistance.
As legislative sessions get underway in state capitols across the country, HRC is tracking more than 110 anti-LGBTQ bills and more than 159 pro-equality bills introduced in state legislatures.
Equality Voters from across Alabama descended on the Alabama State House for HRC and Equality Alabama’s annual Equality Lobby Day.
The Alabama Legislature returned to Montgomery on Jan. 9 for the final legislative session before statewide elections begin in June.
Two Volunteer Leadership Committee chapters in Huntsville and Birmingham bring together LGBTQ people and allies work with HRC’s Project One America team.
HRC Alabama has established a series of trainings called “People Will Rise," which are skills-based trainings that prepare participants to build influence in their area through community organizing.
WASHINGTON, DC — Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, celebrated the swearing-in of former civil rights prosecutor…
HRC harnessed the political power of the LGBTQ movement and the strength of the pro-equality vote to help tip the scales for Democratic candidate Doug Jones, who secured an incredible…
HRC celebrated the election of civil rights prosecutor Doug Jones over Roy Moore, the bigoted anti-LGBTQ politician twice ousted from the Alabama Supreme Court for ethics violations and recently accused…
Citizens of Birmingham elected the city’s first publicly pro-equality mayor, HRC-endorsed candidate Randall Woodfin.
HRC announced its endorsement of Doug Jones for U.S. Senator from Alabama.