Campaign-in-a-Box: The Complete Toolkit for LGBT Nondiscrimination
Freedom for All Americans is proud to present the Campaign-in-a-Box, an innovative toolkit dedicated to equipping state organizations, campaigns, and coalitions with the best resources available when it comes to propelling LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination protections forward and beating back damaging anti-LGBT legislation. From training the strongest spokespeople to helping more Americans understand why nondiscrimination matters to creating powerful digital content, we want to help move LGBT non-discrimination forward – in your local community, throughout your state, and across the country. If you have questions about the Campaign-in-a-Box, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Special thanks to our partners: Equality Federation, Movement Advancement Project, and National Center for Transgender Equality.
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Policy & Issue Briefs
Nondiscrimination Background Information: Why Everyone Should Be Treated Equally
Get a basic overview and understanding of why LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination protections are so vital, and what they mean to LGBT Americans.
Religious Exemption Bills: Real Consequences for All Americans
Religious exemption bills appearing in state legislatures across the country could allow individuals to use their religious beliefs to harm others, paving the way for challenges to virtually any law, including laws designed to protect all of us from various forms of discrimination.
The Importance of Public Accommodations Protections
If we are to ensure all Americans are treated with respect and free from discrimination in public places, we must work harder than ever to update our nondiscrimination laws to include public accommodations.
Public Accommodations: Myth Busters
When it comes to protecting transgender people in public accommodations, the truth is more boring than fiction. Here are common myths about LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination protections.
School “Gender Inspection” Bills
Every student needs to use the restroom, and every student should expect safety and privacy when using them. However, state lawmakers are attempting to pass laws that would invade everyone’s personal and medical privacy by requiring all students to prove that their anatomy matches either the sex on their birth certificate or the sign at the door of a restroom.