In this special Mo’ T segment,  we explore how Trans* latinx women are working to make their issues a part of the national conversation, one disruption event at a time. Jennicet Gutierrez, Bamby Salcedo and…

On this week’s Hot T segment, we take a look at a topic back in the public debate – the criminalization of HIV. In 33 states, laws allegedly enacted to prevent the reckless spread of…

  The cost of intersectional identity can be high, and new data from a coalition of organizations shows a major disparity in economic stability between white LGBTQ people and non-white LGBTQ people.   “They’re more…

Anger. Frustration. These are the words that come to mind for many of us of black identity, when we think of the death of Freddie Gray, and the many other black men killed unjustly by…

  To start our discussion of the events surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year old Baltimore resident who died while in police custody, we talked to QueerMinded regular and Baltimore resident, Sociology Professor…

  The death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore has united coalition partners to advocate for social justice. One of those partners, Equality Maryland, works not only to secure rights from the LGBTQ perspective, but also…