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The Positive Approach Recognizing, Challenging, and Eliminating Negative Recruiting Based on Actual or Perceived Sexual Orientation

This publication provides a comprehensive analysis of negative recruiting based on actual or perceived sexual orientation, and recommends practices and policies to eliminate it. Negative recruiting refers to the practice of playing on homophobic stereotypes to deter recruits from attending rival athletic programs by alleging or implying that a rival coach or team members are…

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On the Team: Equal Opportunities for Transgender Student Athletes

This groundbreaking publication is the first ever to thoroughly address the complete integration of transgender student athletes within high school and collegiate athletic programs. It provides comprehensive model policies and a framework for athletic leaders to ensure equal access to school athletics for transgender students. Download PDF

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FAQ on Community Property and Federal Taxation

This document addresses some frequently asked questions on the new IRS guidelines for same-sex couples that have community property and community income. This includes registered domestic partners and married couples living in California. The document is prepared and maintained by Karen Stogdill, a tax professional with experience working with same-sex couples. Visit the KKS Tax Associates,…

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Transgender Persons and Marriage: The Importance of Legal Planning

Transgender people face unique legal issues with regard to marriage. Although marriage is not yet a legal option for lesbian, gay or bisexual people in all but one state, it is already an option – and a reality – for many who are transgender. This article summarizes the legal issues surrounding marriage for transgender people…

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Frequently Asked Questions About Marriage Equality in Washington D.C.

Read our FAQ about marriage equality in Washington D.C. Download PDF

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Frequently Asked Questions About Marriage for Same-Sex Couples in California

Read our FAQ for same-sex couples who wish to get married in California and what the recent ruling on the Prop 8 federal challenge means for them. Download PDF

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NCLR Immigration Project Brochure – NCLR Folleto del Proyecto de Inmigración

This publication offers an overview of NCLR’s immigration and asylum work. Download PDF in English | Espanol

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Family Protection Project flyer

The Family Protection Project helps legal services organizations and pro bono attorneys gain the specialized knowledge that is necessary to adequately serve LGBT families. NCLR offers trainings and reference materials for attorneys on LGBT family law in targeted states. Additionally, we provide technical assistance to attorneys who are representing low income clients and helps low-income…

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Tips for legal advocates working with LGBT clients

This tip sheet was created in conjunction with Proyecto Poderoso to help legal services attorneys and advocates better serve lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender clients. Download PDF

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Serving Low-Income LGBT Parents and LGBT Parents of Color

This tip sheet was created to help LGBT organizations and attorneys better serve low-income LGBT people. Download PDF

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