Pride at Work and Union Veterans Council Condemn Trump Administration’s Transgender Military Service Ban

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For Immediate Release – April 12, 2019 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work and Union Veterans Council Condemn Trump Administration’s Transgender Military Service Ban WASHINGTON – Today, the Trump Administration’s cruel and discriminatory transgender military ban goes into effect putting the careers of over 13,000 active duty personnel […]

Pride at Work and Union Veterans Council React to House Resolution Condemning Trump Administration’s Transgender Military Ban

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For Immediate Release – March 28, 2019 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work and Union Veterans Council React to House Resolution Condemning Trump Administration’s Transgender Military Ban WASHINGTON – Today, in a bipartisan vote, the House of Representatives passed a resolution condemning the Trump Administration’s ban on transgender military […]

Pride at Work Endorses the Equality Act

For Immediate Release – March 13, 2018 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work Endorses the Equality Act WASHINGTON – Today, Representative David Cicilline in the US House of Representatives and Senator Jeff Merkely in the US Senate reintroduced the Equality Act – a landmark bill that will add LGBTQ […]

Pride at Work and Union Veterans Council React to Supreme Court Ruling on Transgender Military Ban

For Immediate Release – January 22, 2018 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work and Union Veterans Council React to Supreme Court Ruling on Transgender Military Ban WASHINGTON – Today, the Supreme Court lifted injunctions on the discriminatory ban on military service by transgender people. The Court ruled it will […]

Pride at Work Reacts to New York Legislature Passage of LGBTQ Protections

For Immediate Release January 15, 2019 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work Reacts to New York Legislature Passage of LGBTQ Protections Today, the New York Senate passed two pieces of legislation to protect LGBTQ people in the state. Once signed by Governor Cuomo, New York will become the […]

Pride at Work Stands Against Efforts to Erase Transgender Americans

For Immediate Release October 22, 2018 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work Stands Against Efforts to Erase Transgender Americans Washington – Yesterday, the New York Times reported that the Trump Administration is seeking to narrow the definition of gender in an effort to undermine legal protections for transgender […]

Pride at Work Statement on Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court Ruling

For Immediate Release June 27, 2018 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work Statement on Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court Ruling Washington – Today, the Supreme Court ruled against working people in unions in Janus v. AFSCME by declaring that the fair share fees unions charge to non-members for […]

Pride at Work Statement on Masterpiece Supreme Court Ruling

For Immediate Release June 4, 2018 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org Pride at Work Statement on Masterpiece Supreme Court Ruling Washington – Today, the Supreme Court issued a narrow ruling in favor of the baker in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The Colorado Civil Rights Commission previously ruled that the […]

LGBTQ Working People Would Lose if the Supreme Guts Unions in Janus v. AFSCME

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb 26, 2018 CONTACT: Jerame Davis Executive Director 202-637-5014 jdavis@prideatwork.org LGBTQ Working People Would Lose if the Supreme Guts Unions in Janus v. AFSCME Washington-DC: LGBTQ advocates call out the dangerous threat to LGBTQ working people that the Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court case represents. On February […]

New HHS Division Promotes LGBTQ Discrimination

For Immediate Release January 18, 2018 Contact: Jerame Davis – jdavis@prideatwork.org New HHS Division Promotes LGBTQ Discrimination WASHINGTON – Today, the Department of Health and Human Services announced the creation of a new and dangerous division of the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) intended to enforce federal laws that allow […]