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We Need to Talk About Bisexual Women’s Health

Bisexual erasure is real and it impacts our health. As a bisexual woman, I see how our experiences are made invisible. Within the mainstream gay and lesbian movements, our workplace,…

Depiction of sign at protest reading "Trans people of color have been shot too."
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Remember Their Names

Photo by  On June 26, 2015 same-sex marriage was ruled legal in the United States by the Supreme Court.  At the time, the fight for marriage equality had become the…

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The Realities of Stonewall

If you google “Stonewall Riots,” your search will result in hundreds of photos of white men with banners and signs, defying police and fighting for their rights at the Stonewall…


The American Constitution Society Convention: A Reflection

By Christina Tudor, 2015 YP4 Fellow About a week ago I walked twenty five minutes to the closest Forever 21 in pursuit of a professional-looking jacket at a reasonable price….

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The Courts Have to Matter to LGBTQ Americans

By Erik Lampmann ’11. Cross-posted on the People For and Alliance for Justice blogs. Federal courts routinely hand down judgments that affect everyday Americans at an immediate, painful, and personal…

YP4 Alumni leading Creating Change panel

YP4 Alumni Lead Session on Building Connections Across Movements at Creating Change 2015

Originally published on the People For Blog. Four alumni of YP4 programs — Michigan State Representative Jon Hoadley [YP4 ’05, FLLA ’06], National Director of Black Youth Project 100 Charlene Carruthers [FLLA ’12], Deputy Managing Director…