Continuing the fight for equality.

Together, we elected Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, won the Georgia runoffs and achieved pro-equality majorities in the House and Senate. Now we’re going to pass the Equality Act through Congress and ensure protections for LGBTQ+ people nationwide.

How we’re making change today

HRC’s campaigns are focused on mobilizing those who envision a world strengthened by diversity, where our laws and society treat all people equally, including LGBTQ+ people and those who are multiply marginalized.

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  • The Reality Flag

    Seven years after marriage equality became a reality nationwide, over half of U.S. states could still deny LGBTQ+ Americans basic freedoms like the right to rent a home or the ability to receive public goods and services simply because of who they love or who they are. The Equality Act will change that, ensuring basic freedoms and protections for every American in every state.

  • Count Me In

    Transgender and non-binary people are your neighbors, co-workers, family members and friends. And when you or your friends and family are the targets of hate, violence and discrimination, you act.

  • State Legislative Attacks

    Since 2018, LGBTQ+ people have been under a coordinated attack in state legislatures across the country. These legislative assaults against our community have rapidly increased each year and 2023 is no exception. We’re tracking an unprecedented number anti-LGBTQ+ bills this year – many of them targeting transgender youth. Help us fight back.

  • National Foster Care Month

    Each May, we celebrate National Foster Care Month, a time to bring awareness to the more than 391,000 children and youth in foster care. It is also an opportunity to raise awareness about the overrepresentation of LGBTQ+ youth in child welfare – 30% of youth in foster care identify as LGBTQ+.
    Too many LGBTQ+ youth come out to family members only to face rejection, hatred and violence.
    Those facing the most extreme levels of family rejection and maltreatment are often forced out of their homes, or will run away, becoming homeless or entering the foster care system.


In addition to campaigns, the HRC Foundation supports LGBTQ+ individuals, allies, and institutions with resources via a set of comprehensive programs.

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Hard-Won Victories

We’ve succeeded in making change by demonstrating to the public that attacks on equality anywhere are threats to equality everywhere.

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Empowering the Next Generation

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