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As Target and General Services Administration embrace trans equality, Texas judge brings it to a halt.
Party leaders calling the issues critical for human rights and economic benefits.
Lawmakers ignore lessons learned in other states of the business benefits of diversity, with hundreds of millions of dollars lost.
The policy allowing transgender people to serve openly not only “is the right thing to do,” but also benefits the military’s ability to recruit and retain the best talent.
This weekend’s pride parades paid tribute to victims of violence and celebrated marriage equality.
During a private meeting in New York today Trump will meet "the most bigoted, most homophobic and most influential anti-LGBT advocates in the United States."
Alana Simmons tells DiversityInc how her organization and Dr. Bernice A. King will commemorate the deaths of the Emanuel 9.
After Republican leaders claimed to “stand in solidarity” with the LGBT community following the tragedy in Orlando, GOP leaders rejected a proposal to protect LGBT people from discrimination.
Friends, allies and members of the LGBT community are invited to participate in AT&T’s Live Proud campaign to celebrate awareness and empowerment for the LGBT community, and enter to win a trip to Palm Springs Pride Week in November.
Pro-gun, anti-LGBT officials suddenly "stand with" gay community.
Former classmates, club patrons say Omar Mateen led a secret life and used a gay dating app.
Despite attempts by some to politicize tragedy and tie incident to religious-based terrorism, it appears suspect may simply have been a deranged, hate-filled individual.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus encouraged vets to correct less-than-honorable discharges based on “morally wrong” policies.
Here are some words to avoid and some ways to support and be inclusive of transgender colleagues in the workplace.
Despite growing acceptance of LGBT employees, offensive comments and stereotypes still persist in the workplace. Our experts reveal the phrases you should avoid.
A report shows Trump supporters view non-whites, gays and others more unfavorably than do white supporters of other GOP candidates.