News & Rapid Response
Working with journalists and news outlets in print, broadcast, and online, our team serves as a resource to newsmakers and works to ensure that the news media is accurately and fairly representing LGBTQ people in its reporting.
GLAAD worked closely with Xbox Game Studios and DONTNOD to create Tyler, the first playable transgender character in a game from a major studio.
The Republican National Convention starts Monday with the party’s delegates reporting in-person from Charlotte, North…
GLAAD is releasing its guide for journalists covering the 2020 election, identifying key issues of the LGBTQ community. For LGBTQ people and queer people of color, this is the most consequential election of our lifetime.
The elections are less than 90 days away. GLAAD knows the importance of amplifying LGBTQ…
The Democratic National Convention starts Monday with the party’s delegates reporting virtually and in person…
Today, GLAAD announced it is launching 100 Days of Action in the run up to Election Day, November 3
More than ever, we need voters who understand the impact of elections on the LGBTQ community. That means they need to hear from you about why LGBTQ issues are such an important part of the election conversation.
On June 4th, Fair Fight Action founder Stacey Abrams shared an op-ed about the importance of voting in addition to impactful protesting. Abrams writes that in moments of social upheaval like right now, voting can feel inadequate, but that it is still incredibly important. The GLAAD Media Institute is offering a workshop on how to best help voters use their voices.
On May 21st, the GLAAD Media Institute hosted a workshop for Body Politic, a support group for people with Covid-19. The workshop, led by members of the GLAAD Media Institute team, taught the group skill on how to work with the media to tell their stories in safe, effective, and impactful ways.