We’ve got a couple of great opportunities coming up for LGBT families to get involved with, and have a good time. We’re also preparing to start some back to school activities and are interested in talking to LGBT families with adopted children, and those who serve as foster parents. If that sounds like your family, click here and tell us a little more about you! Continue reading
It has been several days since the President’s surprise tweets about the future of open transgender service in the US Military, and we still don’t know much about what exactly is going to happen. We know that in order to change the policy a few procedural things will have to happen first. We also know that a bipartisan group of US Senators have already spoken out against the President’s statements. Take a look at the list! Continue reading
It happened in the night, but hopefully you’ve heard the news by now! In the early hours of Friday, August 28th, the US Senate failed to pass an Affordable Care Act repeal bill meaning that hundreds of thousands of Georgians woke up to learn they get to keep the coverage they have through the ACA. Continue reading
The staff at Georgia Equality has had the pleasure of getting to work with a great group of interns and fellows this summer. Check out their profiles below to learn a little bit more about this fantastic group: Continue reading
The Board of Directors of Georgia Equality is pleased to endorse former Atlanta City Council President Cathy Woolard in her pursuit to become the next Mayor of Atlanta.
Cathy has a long history of advocating for and enacting LGBT inclusive policies in Atlanta and around Georgia, including fighting for domestic partner benefits and marriage rights, parental rights and the state’s only comprehensive human rights municipal ordinance that passed in 1999. She has shown a serious commitment to issues such as affordable housing, equity and inclusion, and addressing HIV policy that helps to secure the lived equality that matters most to the LGBT community in Georgia. Cathy has also worked hard for other social justice issues in Atlanta including her work with CARE, League of Conservation Voters and Planned Parenthood. Continue reading