Pride at Work Statement on DOJ Rescinding Protections for Transgender Working People

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For Immediate Release October 5, 2017 Contact: Jerame Davis – Pride at Work Statement on DOJ Rescinding Protections for Transgender Working People Washington – Yesterday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo to all Department of Justice (DOJ) attorneys stating Title VII’s sex discrimination prohibitions do not protect transgender […]

An Alternative Religious Perspective on Religious Exemption Laws

While the past several years have been full of major victories for the LGBTQ movement, there are still many battles to be won. In the past several years, the work of the LGBTQ movement’s opposition has turned to so-called “religious freedom” exemption laws. Notable examples of these laws and their […]

How Unions Can Protect LGBT Rights in the Age of Trump

After a decade of unprecedented progress, LGBT activists find themselves  facing challenges that few of us could have foreseen even a year ago. While the new Trump administration has not made its attitude toward LGBT people completely clear, it represents social forces that are mostly hostile to LGBT rights. And […]

Pride at Work Celebrates New Bathroom Access Regulation

The Obama Administration continues to make good on its promise to enact sensible policies that will move the LGBTQ community down the path toward equality with the announcement of a new General Services Administration (GSA) regulation that affirms the right of transgender people to use the restroom that corresponds with […]

T-Mobile: We Want Justice, Not Marketing

Pride at Work applauds T-Mobile for putting funds in support of the marriage equality fight in Washington state.  They should.  But if T-Mobile really supported full legal equality, they wouldn’t be fighting tooth and nail against their own workers efforts to form a union and have a voice on the […]