Tag: LGBTQ+

Rutgers Law Professor Katie Eyer Instrumental in Forming Legal Strategy in U.S. Supreme Court Ruling that Civil Rights Law Protects Gay and Transgender Workers

Rutgers Law Professor Katie Eyer Instrumental in Forming Legal Strategy in U.S. Supreme Court Ruling that Civil Rights Law Protects Gay and Transgender Workers

Eyer has won precedent-setting cases protecting the rights of LGBTQ employees.

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Transgender Rights Activist Sarah McBride to Give Talk at Rutgers–Camden

Transgender Rights Activist Sarah McBride to Give Talk at Rutgers–Camden

Transgender rights activist and author Sarah McBride will present a free public lecture at Rutgers University–Camden, April 15.

Posted in: Arts and Culture
Research Explores LGBTQ People of Color’s Experiences with Law Enforcement

Research Explores LGBTQ People of Color’s Experiences with Law Enforcement

By Tom McLaughlin In 2011, the U.S. Department of Justice issued a report on law enforcement in New Orleans that focused primarily on racial bias and discriminatory practices. Nestled in the report, Brandi Blessett noticed an easily overlooked subsection detailing the intimidation, harassment, and targeting of LGBTQ people of color by law enforcement officers. “This […]

Posted in: Research Highlights
Women’s and Gender Studies Students Earn Multimedia Award for It Gets Better Project Video

Women’s and Gender Studies Students Earn Multimedia Award for It Gets Better Project Video

Women’s and Gender Studies students have earned a 2015 Margery Somers Foster Undergraduate Multimedia Award for a video they produced for the It Gets Better Project.

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