Georgia Equality Endorses Cathy Woolard for Mayor of Atlanta

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

Georgia Equality Responds to Trump’s Tweets on Transgender Military Service

For Immediate Release

We were shocked and disturbed to see today’s tweets from President Trump regarding the service of transgender individuals in our armed forces. The US military is the largest employer of transgender people in the world, employing an estimated 15,000 transgender people. Coming from a President that ran on the promise of creating jobs, making a move to strip jobs from 15,000 americans shows the President’s true feeling toward LGBTQ people. Continue reading

July 6, 2017: Public Policy Committees Special Meeting

Georgia Equality HIV and AIDS

The Public Policy Committees of both the Ryan White Planning Council and Fulton County HIV Task Force will hold a special  a special meeting on the evening of July 6th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.

The meeting will take place in the Event Annex of the Phillip Rush Center.

The purpose of this meeting will be to provide an update on the policy recommendations that have come from the Strategy to End AIDS in Fulton County, and community listening session.