Last Friday, March 30th, the nearly 400 people came together for the 2012 Meaningful Care Conference in Portland. Basic Rights Oregon was proud to be a sponsor. Read on for more on this fantastic event.
Ever get the impression that anti-equality organizations are trying to drive a wedge between LGBT communities and people of color? It’s not your imagination. And now there’s proof.
In October 2011 we launched three incredibly powerful videos as a part of the Our Families campaign highlighting the experiences, trials, and triumphs of African American, Latino, and Asian and Pacific Islander LGBT people in our communities. These stories continue to be shared…
On March 8th, nearly 20 leaders from Basic Rights Oregon and our incredible coalition partners gathered for “Putting the ‘T’ in Equality: How to be a Great Trans Ally.” Read on for more details!
Today, equality advocates in Maine announced plans to put a freedom to marry measure on the ballot. It’s clear that we are inching closer to a tipping point of public support for the freedom to marry.
As part of our on-going series profiling members of the Trans Justice Working Group, meet Ray. He explains why this work is so important for future generations.
On November 11th LGBT people of color, their family, and friends were invited to an intimate evening with the families featured in the three videos created for the Our Families community education campaign.
Meet Jenn in the latest installment of our on-going profiles of Trans Justice Working Group members. She’s one of the folks leading the Trans Justice work at Basic Rights Oregon.