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By Donna Cassata | Friday Dec 21, 2012
A major gay-rights group said Thursday that Chuck Hagel’s comments on gays and his past votes are "unacceptable," another strike against the former Republican senator’s chances of becoming the next defense secretary.
By John Riley | Friday Aug 10, 2012
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest LGBT civil rights organization, announced Aug. 6 it would spend $1 million in the four states facing marriage-related ballot measures in November: Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington.
Wednesday Aug 8, 2012
Over 40 locations across the country will be participating. These venues will be able to create a signature cocktail utilizing the Van Gogh Vodka flavor of their choice. For each drink sold, a donation will be made to the Give a Damn Campaign.
By Will O’Bryan | Monday Apr 16, 2012
Donna Payne, the D.C.-based associate director of diversity for the Human Rights Campaign, as well as a founding board member of the National Black Justice Coalition, closed out March on a celebratory note.
Thursday Apr 5, 2012
Human Rights Campaign announced a new partnership with RaiseAChild.US, a nonprofit with the mission to promote and encourage the LGBT community to build families of their own through fostering and adoption.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Mar 2, 2012
The Human Rights Campaign announced that it has named Chad Griffin (the mastermind behind federal overturn of Prop. 8 and founder of the American Foundation for Equal Rights) its new president.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Nov 2, 2011
A major civil rights leader and former head of the NAACP has joined two other prominent African-Americans in making a video promoting marriage equality.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Aug 29, 2011
Joe Solmonese, the president of the nation’s largest GLBT equality lobbying organization, the Human Rights Campaign, has not renewed his contract and will be leaving the HRC next year.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Aug 2, 2011
The Human Rights Campaign is launching a bus tour to support marriage equality through states that don’t offer protections for gay and lesbian families. But would a conservative Republican’s similar tour have greater impact?
By Megan Barnes | Friday Jul 15, 2011
The Human Rights Campaign has partnered with immigration advocacy groups to sponsor workshops in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Calif., Denver, Dallas and New York to help documented immigrants apply for American citizenship.
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