This Election Day, Voters Said, No We Won’t Go Back

WASHINGTON, DC, Nov 6, 2018: The National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund succeeded in both ballot initiatives it campaigned for: protecting transgender rights in Massachusetts and expanding voter rights in Florida. The results of the election tonight are a rebuke of Donald Trump’s sexist, anti-LGBTQ, and racist agenda. The American people have spoken resoundingly that…

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Trump’s Hate is Too Late: Our Movement is Built on Love

*Updated Nov 1, 2018* WASHINGTON-DC, Nov 1, 2018: With only five days until the midterm elections, Donald Trump is stepping up his hateful extremism. He hopes this will create fear that distracts voters and incites his supporters. Trump proudly labels himself a (white) nationalist and spreads cruelty, baseless conspiracy theories, and endless propagandist rhetoric. Those…

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Florida’s Amendment 4 to Restore Voting Rights is an LGBTQ Issue

MIAMI-FL: Early and vote by mail voting has started across the state and there’s a ballot initiative that will have a huge impact on Florida’s LGBTQ community: Amendment 4. By voting yes on Amendment 4, Florida voters have the chance to re-enfranchise 1.4 million people who are currently barred from voting due to prior felony convictions,…

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The Trump Administration’s Hate is Too Late: There is No Reversing Transgender Rights

WASHINGTON-DC, October 22, 2018: In response to The New York Times article ‘Transgender’ Could Be Defined Out of Existence Under Trump Administration published on October 21, Rea Carey, executive director of The National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund’s stated: “Trump is too late. We are not going back to a time when transgender people were in the closet, were ignored,…

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Task Force Action Fund Releases Democracy Toolkits

Know your rights and the issues that matter. Florida Queer The Vote – FL Democracy Toolkit (PDF) Massachusetts Queer The Vote – MA Democracy Toolkit (PDF) Michigan Queer the Vote- Michigan Democracy Toolkit (PDF) North Carolina Queer The Vote- NC Democracy Toolkit (PDF)

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National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund: Senate Should Listen To Survivors

WASHINGTON-DC, September 27, 2018: Despite credible allegations from at least three women that they were sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that they intend to hold a vote on the nomination on Friday morning. Rea Carey, executive director of the National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund stated: “Any…

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