This Pride, we want all members of the LGBTQ community to know #YouBelong.Read More
In a rare move earlier this month, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rolled back of years of legal precedent by personally reversing an immigration court case—a decision that will disproportionately hurt LGBTQ and women asylum seekers.Read More
"No group is ultimately safe from prejudice, bigotry, and harassment so long as any group is subject to special negative treatment."
Did you know an openly gay black man was the chief organizer of the 1963 March on Washington and Dr. King's mentor?Read More
Forced into exile after becoming engaged to an American man, Michael Namelum courageously shares his history of violence, fear, discrimination, and finally, hope.Read More
For LGBTQ Koreans, even in this highly charged sociopolitical context, the U.S. continues to represent safety, freedom, and a rare chance for authenticity.Read More
LGBTQ Pride month is a time to celebrate progress, but it should also be a time to galvanize and unite against persecution faced by our LGBTQ brothers and sisters.Read More
AsylumConnect fully condemns the bigoted rhetoric of the Trump campaign.Read More