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yesterday at 20:57. Facebook
BREAKING: Passion has been granted parole!

Passion Star is a trans woman who has endured horrific abuse while incarcerated in male prisons in Texas. That's why we filed a federal lawsuit against the Texas prison system on her behalf in 2014.

“Throughout her sentence, [Passion] has remained resilient. She will leave Telford as a powerful advocate against sexual violence and assault in...
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Paroled! Lambda Legal Client Passion Star to Be Released After Years of Abuse

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yesterday at 17:59. Facebook
Senior year only happens once. Juliet and Elissa only want to graduate knowing that their school respects them for who they are. They should be able to enjoy this year free from harassment, and the stigma of a discriminatory policy that is demeaning, degrading and unlawful.

That's why we went to court for them last week. Help us fight on their behalf: bit.ly/2gzwj5R
#Trans #LGBTQ
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12/05/2016 at 19:28. Facebook
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has conceded the governor's race to Attorney General Roy Cooper. Discrimination doesn't pay. [ Nyti.ms Link ] #RepealHB2 #WeAreNotThis
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12/01/2016 at 22:38. Facebook
UPDATE: Today we went to court to argue against Pine-Richland School District barring #trans students from restrooms that match who they are. #LGBT

Lambda Legal Goes to Court for Transgender Students

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12/01/2016 at 16:31. Facebook
Today is #WorldAIDSDay. Today and every day, we are committed to fighting for dignity and equality for all people living with HIV.

Despite the fact that United States federal law protects people living with HIV from discriminatory treatment when receiving dental care, Yvette Brown, a 48-year-old grandmother of five, was denied equal care by her dentist because she lives with HIV. This...
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11/30/2016 at 22:03. Facebook
No one should have to worry about losing their job because of who they are or whom they love.

But that’s what happened to our client Kim Hively, a math teacher from Indiana. Today, we argued her case at the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago.

Greg Nevins, Lambda Legal's Employment Fairness Program Director, chats about what happened today and shares his first reactions from court with...
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11/30/2016 at 15:30. Facebook
We're at the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago today, arguing our Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College case.

It's 2016. Hardworking employees should not have to live in the closet in order to keep their jobs.

We’re on the case—because being fired for who you love is not just wrong, it’s against the law.

Follow us on Twitter for live updates: twitter.com/LambdaLegal
BREAKING: Michael Janssen was unlawfully fired from his job at Granite Mesa Health Center after disclosing his #HIV status.

Lambda Legal Joins Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Healthcare Worker Fired for Being HIV Positive

Existing laws and court rulings protect LGBTQ & HIV+ people. Help us continue fighting to advance and expand these protections. #GivingTuesday

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Silence is simply not an option. Strengthen the voice of the #LGBTQ community by supporting Lambda Legal: bit.ly/llgt16 #GivingTuesday

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OPENING THIS WEEK: In response to the HIV epidemic of the 1980s, artists began creating politically outspoken pieces to explore and expose the crisis that changed the world forever. Art AIDS America Chicago is free to the public and opens World AIDS Day (December 1, 2016).
Experience the exhibition by reserving your spot: artaidsamericachicago.org
Facts over fear. We’ve outlined how the election affects #LGBTQ rights.

Post-Election FAQ

PBS covered the recent development in our case against the U.S. Department of State on behalf of intersex veteran Dana Zzyym.

“Today’s decision is great news, but I realize it is the first step in a long battle,” Zzyym, who is based in Fort Collins, Colorado, said in a statement. “Every day, I am forced to suffer the consequences of decisions made for me as a child. I shouldn’t have to suffer...
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Judge rules in favor of intersex veteran who was denied passport

VICE offers an in-depth exploration of the American south’s highly unaccommodating culture for transgender people.

While many have expressed fear their experiences will worsen under the Trump administration, Lambda Legal Attorney Demoya Gordon reminds the community that we “plan to be vigilant and to hold the line against any efforts to roll back progress on various fronts."

What It Takes To Transition in the South - Tonic

BREAKING: "Because I am black, because I am a woman, and because I am HIV-positive, I was treated as less than a person." Lambda Legal filed a federal case on behalf of Yvette Brown, a Black woman who faced discrimination at the dentist because of her HIV status.

Read more: bit.ly/2gmiSH9
Victory! Today’s ruling found the U.S. Department of State violated federal law in denying a passport to our client Dana Zzyym, a U.S. citizen and Navy veteran who is intersex.

“This is an important victory for Dana Zzyym and other intersex and non-binary citizens, who simply want to be recognized and respected for who they are, to live openly and authentically, and have their government...
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Victory for Intersex Client!

Resilience does not merely mean the act of withstanding. It implies development of strength, growth, and resistance. We live in a time where the lives and rights of transgender people are under grave threat. But we are here. We are resilient. And we won’t back down.

“We will continue to fight the battle in federal and state courts and we will mobilize the resistance on the ground.” -- M. Dru...
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Message to Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming People: You Are Not Alone

Earlier this year, we filed a lawsuit on behalf of Marsha Wetzel, a lesbian senior who hoped to live in peace at Glen St. Andrew in Niles, IL. Unfortunately, after Marsha discussed her happy life spent with her late life partner Judy, members of her new community turned against her.

The The New York Times offers poignant coverage of Marsha’s story.

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