We join Senators Harris and Carper and say LGBTQ people deserve to be counted.

“For nearly thirty years, the National LGBTQ Task Force has worked to ensure LGBTQ people are visible to decision-makers. The Census Equality Act marks a significant next step in that advocacy.” — Rea Carey, executive director of the National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund. WASHINGTON-DC, July 31, 2018: The Task Force worked with Sen. Kamala…

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Oklahoma Passes Discriminatory Adoption Law

Washington, DC, May 15, 2018: On the new Oklahoma Discriminatory Adoption Law passed this month, National LGBTQ Task Force Director of the Advocacy and Action Department Stacey Long Simmons, Esq. said: “Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) and the state legislature have done a grave disservice to the thousands of children who are waiting to be adopted or placed…

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Thank You for Helping Stop Georgia’s SB 375

Thank you for supporting Georgia’s youth and LGBTQ families in Georgia looking to adopt by urging your representative and Governor Deal to reject SB 375. Please share our action with your friends and family. Share on Twitter here, Facebook here, or use our link here.

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Thank You for Creating Change With Us

Thank you for urging Congress to support the Equality Act, Each Women Act, Do No Harm Act, End Racial and Religious Profiling Act, Disability Integration Act, and the DREAM Act. For more information on our Creating Change Conference, including our “Queer Voices on the Hill” advocacy day, please visit: https://www.creatingchange.org/

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Shutdown Stops and LGBTQ Activists Start

Queer Voices on the Hill Launches Massive Effort for Social Justice WASHINGTON-DC: Just days after federal lawmakers reopened the government, hundreds of LGBTQ advocates will take over Capitol Hill to bring Queer Voices on the Hill, Thursday, January 25, 1:00 – 5:00 PM. Over 500 LGBTQ advocates from every walk of life and representing almost 50…

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