Donna Stephens opens up about her wife, the late LBGTQ rights champion Aimee Stephens, and her enduring legacy for Women's History Month.
In a year that brought some major victories for transgender Americans, over 40 were murdered for their identity.
Rouch World's discrimination against LGBTQ patrons being upheld by a Michigan court is a step toward ending LGBTQ discrimination. Here's why.
Protests and demonstrations may be prominent in warmer months, but there are many ways to continue the fight for your rights.
Congress' annual defense authorization bill requires federal law enforcement agents to display identification while enacting with citizens, a seeming rebuke of actions at this year's protests.
Stephens died weeks before the US Supreme Court decided she was protected under civil rights law. Now her former employer has to pay up.
The diverse group of established leaders prove that Black Michiganders are not monolithic—and they’re ready to disrupt the status quo.