Ryan Kendall, GS ’14, rose to national prominence in January 2010, when he testified in court against California’s Proposition 8 as proof that sexual orientation was not a choice.
Seattle University professor Dean Spade, BC ’97, made his case for prison abolition on Tuesday night in a talk that students said changed the way they think of criminals and the U.S. justice system.
Hudson Taylor went to the Winter Games to promote the Principle 6 campaign.
Openly gay figure skater Johnny Weir spoke candidly about the role of athletes in the controversy surrounding Russia’s anti-LGBT laws and the Sochi Olympics on Monday night at an event hosted by Columbia’s Harriman Institute.
Activists for LGBT rights in Russia often lack an understanding of the situation, which can make their efforts counterproductive.
An event organized by Columbia’s Harriman Institute discussed the 2014 Winter Olympics, which will take place in Sochi, Russia, in light of Russia’s treatment of the LGBT community.
F.I.T. pulled together a historically significant exhibit of LGBT fashion for their new exhibit, opening Sept. 13.
Launched last month, the department’s initiative aims to produce policy-relevant research, develop medical and mental-health services, promote outreach in local communities, and educate students and practitioners on LGBT health.
Marriage is a fundamental right of human equality.
Harlem Pride, an LGBT community group, has made strides in increasing its presence in the neighborhood, and is embarking on a campaign to bring a pride center uptown.
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