May 15, 2024
ACLU Files Title IX Complaint Against Harrison County School District for Dress Code Discrimination
District’s Sex-Based Dress Code Perpetuates Harmful Stereotypes and Creates a Hostile Environment for Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Students
May 08, 2024
Fourth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Gay Teacher from North Carolina Catholic School
RICHMOND – The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a discrimination claim brought by a teacher at a North Carolina Catholic school who was fired shortly after announcing...
May 06, 2024
National Women’s Law Center Intervenes In Defense of Transgender College Athletes
ATLANTA – As part of its 50-year mission defending the rights of women and girls under Title IX, the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) filed a motion in federal court today se...
Apr 30, 2024
New Report Finds Harassment & Mistreatment Fuels Mistrust Among LGBTQ People Towards Police
NEW YORK – Widespread mistreatment and harassment by law enforcement continues to sow doubt and mistrust of police among LGBTQ+ people, according to a new analysis, despite LGBTQ...
Apr 19, 2024
ACLU Comment on U.S. Department of Education’s Final Title IX Rule
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Education issued a final rule today governing schools’ obligations to guarantee that all students, including survivors of sexual harassment,...
Apr 18, 2024
New Class-Action Lawsuit Challenges Montana’s Refusal to Update Transgender People’s Birth Certificates & Driver’s Licenses
HELENA, Mont. – Today two transgender women filed a class-action lawsuit against the State of Montana and various state agencies challenging a 2022 policy that categorically bars...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
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