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Case: Doe v. Anoka-Hennepin School District No. 11 and E.R. v. Anoka-Hennepin School District No. 11

STATUS: Victory, Minnesota

NCLR filed and settled a federal lawsuit on behalf of six students challenging the hostile anti-LGBT environment at Minnesota’s Anoka-Hennepin School District.

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Case: Young v. IPS

STATUS: Victory, Illinois

YOUNG V. IPS Dynasty Young is an openly gay young man who faced relentless, severe harassment and abuse by peers at Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis Public Schools.

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Featured Policy & Legislation

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Legislation: School Success and Opportunity Act

California

On February 22, 2013, California Assemblymember Tom Ammiano introduced the School Success and Opportunity Act—Assembly Bill 1266—to ensure that transgender students are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. The bill requires that school district provide transgender students with access to restrooms, locker rooms, and other sex-separated activities based on their gender identity. By…

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Legislation: Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Federal

NCLR is committed to comprehensive and humane immigration reform that provides a pathway forward for the 11 million undocumented people living and working in this U.S., including at least 267,000 who identify as LGBT. NCLR is working closely with the broader immigration movement to develop and pass comprehensive immigration reform legislation that will create a…

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Press Releases

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March 26, 2014

NCLR and EQCA Urge CA to Divest From Russian Companies Supporting Attacks on LGBT Youth

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March 19, 2014

NCLR in Palm Springs Event Celebrates Progress Made in the Movement for LGBT Equality

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