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All relevant news and information regarding LGBTQ non-discrimination in The Granite State.
Examining the State of the LGBTQ Worker on Labor DayBy Shane Stahl • September 3, 2018, 10:07 am This Labor Day, we examine the state of the LGBTQ worker, as well as the challenges and successes they face in the workplace.
Q&A: A Transgender Woman and Her Non-Transgender Colleague Discuss Big New Hampshire VictorySeptember 2, 2018, 10:59 am To celebrate the victory and recognize Labor Day – the first in New Hampshire where transgender people will be fully protected under state law from discrimination – read our interview with Emmett and Palana on their involvement in the campaign.
A Transgender Woman and Her Employer Reflect on the Impact of Employment Protections for Labor DaySeptember 2, 2018, 10:40 am Freedom for All Americans checks in with Lianne and Shana about the victory in New Hampshire and, as we recognize Labor Day, why employers should support, encourage, and care for their transgender employees.
VIDEO: How New Hampshire United to Secure Transgender Nondiscrimination ProtectionsBy Adam Polaski • June 14, 2018, 1:31 pm To celebrate the big win – which makes New Hampshire State #19 with comprehensive and explicit LGBTQ protections – we compiled a video showcasing how we got here. Take a look:
New Hampshire Residents Celebrate Huge Victory for Transgender ProtectionsJune 14, 2018, 11:56 am
It’s been an exciting month for the fight for LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination! On Friday, June 8, Republican Governor of New Hampshire Chris Sununu signed into law comprehensive and explicit protections from discrimination based on gender identity, ensuring that transgender people are protected from discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations.
Three years ago Freedom for All Americans Education Fund recognized an opportunity in the Granite State to help coordinate a powerful statewide conversation around the lack of protections for transgender people. Since then the Freedom New Hampshire campaign has centered the voices of transgender people, who shared their stories and provided their neighbors and representatives a chance to get to know who transgender people are, often for the first time.
These are the conversations that improve lives. These are the conversations that helped ensure that no person in New Hampshire faces discrimination because of who they are.
We’re grateful for everyone who spoke out for #TransLawNH in New Hampshire. Meet just a few of them and read their full stories below: