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Human Rights Campaign

HRC hires chief foundation officer, who worked at CAP

“We have made so much progress in the past few years, but there is still more we must do to help LGBT people – whether it’s making it easier to start a family, ensuring everyone has access to high-quality healthcare, or taking steps to tackle bullying so LGBT youth feel safer in their communities."

Help shine a light on LGBT issues in the workplace

The Movement Advancement Project, the Human Rights Campaign and the Center for American Progress are co-authoring a policy report on LGBT Workers in the American Workforce, which is currently slated to launch in spring 2013.

Donors supporting marriage equality in 2012 overwhelmed those who opposed it

Pro-equality groups raised more than $34 million in the four states, mostly from small donors. Anti-marriage equality campaigns raised $12 million, of which nearly two-thirds ($8 million) came from just three sources: the National Organization for Marriage, the Catholic Church and its affiliate the Knights of Columbus.

FBI: Anti-gay hate crimes rise in latest figures

The latest statistics: Surpassing crimes committed on the basis on religion, the number of reported hate crimes committed against gay men and lesbians increased from 1,277 in 2010 to 1,293 in 2011.