‘L-G-B-T’ – James Corden Sings for Transgender Troops (July 2017)

‘L-G-B-T’ – James Corden Sings for Transgender Troops (July 2017)

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by The Late Late Show with James Corden James Corden responds to President Donald Trump’s decision to ban transgender people from the military with a parody of the classic song “L-O-V-E.” More Late Late Show: Subscribe: http://bit.ly/CordenYouTube Watch Full Episodes: http://bit.ly/1ENyPw4 Facebook: http://on.fb.me/19PIHLC Twitter: http://bit.ly/1Iv0q6k Instagram: http://bit.ly/latelategram Watch The Late Late Show with James Corden weeknights at 12:35 AM ET/11:35 PM CT. Only on CBS.

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LGBT 20:20 Vision Project by SexYOUality @syacambs

LGBT 20:20 Vision Project by SexYOUality @syacambs

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by Sexyouality LGBT 20:20 vision has uncovered the often hidden heritage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people, and their communities over the past 100 years. SexYOUality continues to tour the LGBT 20:20 vision project throughout Cambridgeshire in the form of workshops, raising awareness of the LGBT community as a whole, and its history. If you would like the project to visit your venue in Cambridge, contact us. http://syacambs.org

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‘Until We Could’ A Poem Celebrating #marriageequality (June 2015)

‘Until We Could’ A Poem Celebrating #marriageequality (June 2015)

Text and video from The Huffington Post   |  By Sarah Barness   “Until We Could” is a picture of the love shared in committed same-sex relationships. In the beautiful words, written by inaugural poet Richard Blanco and narrated by actors Robin Wright and Ben Foster, is the bond shared between couples who yearned to be legally married… You can read the full article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/27/until-we-could-richard-blanco_n_5890434.html

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President Obama Speaks on the Supreme Court’s Decision on #MarriageEquality (June 2015)

President Obama Speaks on the Supreme Court’s Decision on #MarriageEquality (June 2015)

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by The White House President Obama delivers remarks in the Rose Garden heralding the Supreme Court’s ruling that gay and lesbian couples have the right to marry in America. #LoveWins

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#ProudToLove – Celebrating #MarriageEquality and LGBT #Pride2015

#ProudToLove – Celebrating #MarriageEquality and LGBT #Pride2015

Video uploaded to YouTube by YouTube Spotlight

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In Peru, gay couples kiss to protest media censorship (June 2015)

In Peru, gay couples kiss to protest media censorship (June 2015)

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by AFP news agency Gay couples in Lima staged a protest kissing in front of a Peruvian TV channel which had warned its viewers about “sensitive content” before showing a gay kiss in a soap opera.

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Trans Women Stage Action at Creating Change (Feb 2015)

Trans Women Stage Action at Creating Change (Feb 2015)

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by Familia:TQLM Trans women of color interrupt opening plenary at Creating Change to demand inclusion and intentional investment of resources for the Trans community. Enough is enough!

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The Times of Harvey Milk Documentary (1984)

The Times of Harvey Milk Documentary (1984)

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by Wesley Delaney The Times of Harvey Milk documents the political career of Harvey Milk, who was San Francisco’s first openly gay supervisor. The film documents Milk’s rise from a neighborhood activist to a symbol of gay political achievement, through to his assassination in November 1978 at San Francisco’s city hall, and the Dan White trial and aftermath.

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Harvey Milk Speech “You Cannot Live On Hope Alone” (1978)

Harvey Milk Speech “You Cannot Live On Hope Alone” (1978)

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by Brandon Buck Harvey Milk was the first openly-gay man to be elected to public office in the US in 1977. His most recognized speech, “You Cannot Live On Hope Alone,” was given in 1978, shortly before he was assassinated. His words resonate particularly today as Californians debate a resolution to ban gay marriage. “Somewhere in Des Moines or San Antonio there is a young gay person who all the…

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Protest against Dolce and Gabbana (March 2015)

Protest against Dolce and Gabbana (March 2015)

Video and text uploaded to YouTube by newsroundblogchannel London Live report protest from outside Dolce and Gabbana in Old Bond Street on Thursday 19th March 2015. Peter Tatchell tells reporter Vanessa Baffoe that D&G should recant and apologise for their homophobia and remarks about synthetic IVF children.

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