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Equality PA Thanks the Obama Admin. For Statement in Support of Transgender Students

Today the Obama Administration’s Department of Education (DOE) and Department of Justice (DOJ) signed a groundbreaking letter that was sent to public schools directing them to embrace transgender students by allowing them to participate fully and use the facilities that match the gender they live every day. Accompanying the letter is a 25-page guide of best practices to ensure all students, including transgender students, have a fair opportunity to succeed in school. Continue reading.

Equality PA: Government services should be equal for all people

Equality PA Responds to Montgomery County Register of Wills Candidate Claims to Refuse Marriage Licenses to Same Sex Couples Continue reading.

Celebrating Marriage Equality Across Pennsylvania

Take a look at pictures from celebrations around the state! Continue reading.

Philadelphia Community Leaders Continue the Celebration after Supreme Court Decision, Talk about Next Steps for LGBT Equality

Leaders gathered at Love Park for a Rally with hundreds of members of the LGBT community and allies Continue reading.

Love wins nationwide!

The Supreme Court just ruled that everyone in the United States has the freedom to marry! Continue reading.

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