Liberty Hill Foundation Blog: Reflections by 2011 Leaders to Watch

January 05, 2012


LEA Co-Chairs attend National LGBT People of Color Strategy Conference

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (December 2, 2011) - For the first time in the history of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) political movement, ethnic members of the community are joining forces on a national scale to build political power and change the course of the LGBT movement. Invited are over 180 representatives from over 80 people of color (POC) led community based organizations that work in empowering POC LGBT constituencies. They are coming together from diverse regions across the United States. Leaders are gathering from the west, California and Washington State, and east coasts, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., and also from the southwest, Texas, and the northeast states of Minneapolis and Michigan among others.


2011 Stoney Awards: Latino Equality Alliance Honored as Organization of the Year

On Monday, April 11, in a last minute development, the state Senate in Maryland killed a Gender Identity Anti-Discrimination bill that LGBT advocates had worked hard and expected to pass the state Legislature.


April Newsletter: The Latino Equality Alliance to be Honored as Organization of the Year! and more

Stoney Awards, April 10, 2011

Tax Guidelines for Same-Sex Couples, April 4 

DREAM ACT Town Hall in East L.A., April 9

Join LGBT Contingent for May Day March, May 1

Volunteer for Community Outreach at Fiesta Broaday, May 8

and more!

 

 


LA Weekly: LA Gay and Lesbian Center Incómodo se encuentra en el medio de una Unión de Knock-Down Blow Out

Publicado originalmente en LA Weekly, Jueves, 11 de noviembre 2010

Por Patrick Range McDonald

El Los Angeles Centro de Gays y Lesbianas, que se anuncia como "la organización más grande del mundo LGBT," probablemente esperaba que su batalla con el hotel de los trabajadores de sindicato Unite Here Local 11 de alguna manera se desvanecen antes de su cena de gran gala este sábado en el Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel .

¿No es happenin '.


LA Weekly: L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center Uncomfortably Finds Itself in the Middle of a Knock-Down Union Blow Out

The Los Angles Gay & Lesbian Center, which bills itself as the "world's largest LGBT organization," probably hoped its battle with hotel workers union Unite Here Local 11 would somehow fade away before its big gala dinner this Saturday at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel.


LA Weekly: LA Gay & Lesbian Center Incómodo se encuentra en el medio de una Unión de Knock-Down Blow Out

Publicado originalmente en LA Weekly, Jueves, 11 de noviembre 2010

Por Patrick Range McDonald

El Los Angeles Centro de Gays y Lesbianas, que se anuncia como "la organización más grande del mundo LGBT," probablemente esperaba que su batalla con el hotel de los trabajadores de sindicato Unite Here Local 11 de alguna manera se desvanecen antes de su cena de gran gala este sábado en el Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel .

¿No es happenin '.


At the Intersection of LGBT and Labor Rights, Gay Latinos Stand in Solidarity with their Union Brothers and Sisters

EAST LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - The Latino Equality Alliance announced its support of the Unite HERE Local 11 union in its boycott of the Hyatt Hotels and is urging union members, elected officials and LGBT community leaders to stand in solidarity. In support of theworker-called boycott, an LGBT visibility rally will form at 5 pm on November 13, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Century City in censure of the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center’s decision to not relocate its annual Gala event in spite of various opportunities to do so since the boycott was announced on September 15, 2010.


En la intersección de las personas LGBT y los derechos laborales, los latinos gay en solidaridad con sus hermanos y hermanas de la Unión

El diario Los Angeles Gay y Lesbianas deshonra Centro de Trabajadores-llamado Boicot de hoteles Hyatt