State Department

State Department

Bi-national spouses Elad, left background, and Andrew, right background, are fighting the U.S. State Department for U.S. citizenship for their son, Ethan, right foreground, who is in the states on an expired tourist visa, so he can be with his twin brother Aiden, left foreground, who was recognized as a U.S. citizen. Photo: Ashli Shapiro of Images of Life by Ashli
National
A Los Angeles bi-national gay couple are suing the United States State Department for denying one of their young twin sons citizenship. They are one of two bi-national couples who filed two separate cases against the department claiming discrimination. ...
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Hillary Clinton
Politics
New York City's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center (The Center) will honor Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Thursday, April 20, 2017. ...
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The special envoy will be tasked with advancing the State Department’s initiatives to protect the human rights of LGBT people, with responding to discrimination and violence against LGBT people, and with building partnerships with LGBT activists around the world.
Politics Top News
The State Department has indicated that the new human rights special envoy will be a career foreign service officer who is openly gay. ...
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Gambia Human Rights
International Top News
Gambia: Bill compares consensual homosexual relationships to pedophilia, familial sexual abuse, or knowingly infecting a partner with HIV. ...
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LGBT Human Rights
Politics Top News
While the rights of the LGBT community have been supported and in the U.S., more than 80 nations around the world have laws that criminalize homosexuality. ...
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Health International Top News
Uganda receives nearly $9.4 million each year through the U.S. President's Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) to run the HIV/AIDS programs at MUWRP. ...
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