There are moments in time that show the impact of Out & Equal and the community of individuals and organizations that are our partners in the Business of Belonging.
Here are a few of those Moments that Matter!
Deena Fidas, Out & Equal’s Managing Director and Chief Program and Partnerships Officer, reacts to the Supreme Court Title VII ruling and discusses how our work continues. “This is a piece of the civil rights puzzle, but it is not the sum total. We have so much more to accomplish.” – Deena Fidas
The below State of Pride address is from Out & Equal’s Pride Kickoff Town Hall on June 1, 2020. Please find the recording of Erin’s speech and the entire session here. Erin Uritus, O&E CEO, Pride 2020 Thank you all for being here. Before we talk about Pride, I want to talk about the moment we […]
The following is a letter from Aimee Stephens. After notifying her employer of her intention to transition, Aimee was fired from her job as a funeral director. Any day now, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether her boss broke the law when he fired her. Aimee’s case is being heard together with two other […]
Origin of Brazil’s Trans Day of Visibility By Pri Bertucci, CEO of [SSEX BBOX] & [DIVERSITY BBOX] On January 29, 2004, a group of transgender people went to Brasília, Brazil’s capital, to launch the “Travesti e Respeito” (Trans People and Respect) campaign to promote rights and respect for all people and to highlight the stark […]
Do you know why people love the Summit? It’s because of the feeling you get when you walk into a workshop about non-binary inclusion and are seen… It’s when you speak up at a People of Color panel and are validated… It is when you hear the stories coming from young, out, transgender heroes and […]
The U.S. Supreme Court is currently weighing a ruling on a trio of cases that will decide whether LGBTQ people are protected from discrimination under existing federal civil rights laws – laws that include workplace protections. Out & Equal CEO, Erin Uritus, spoke at a rally on the steps of the Supreme Court as the […]