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Reports

Equality Federation produces reports about lessons learned in our groundbreaking research and hard-fought battles in the state-based movement for equality. Leaders use these resources to inform their issue campaigns and prioritize their work.

Power in Partnerships: Building Connections at the Intersections to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline
This groundbreaking report serves as a resource for LGBTQ and racial justice organizations interested in working together to address disparities in school discipline along lines of race, gender and sexual orientation. Read the report!

Talking About Nondiscrimination Protections for LGBTQ People
This resource, developed with our partners at the Movement Advancement Project,  provides conversation approaches to help build and sustain solid, lasting support for nondiscrimination laws, and also factually and effectively address concerns that might be raised when discussing the need for such laws. Read the report!

Building Momentum for Change
Equality Federation believes it is worthwhile to pass laws at the city, county, and state level to protect as many people as possible. This is a confidential report available to movement partners by request to andy@equaltiyfederation.org.

The Municipal Equality Index, produced in partnership with Human Rights Campaign, is the only nationwide rating system of LGBTQ inclusion in municipal law and policy.The 2016 MEI reveals that cities across the nation are not waiting for their states to extend vital protections to the LGBTQ community, nor are they intimidated by some state elected officials threatening to deny cities the ability to extend fully-inclusive protections to their residents and workers. Read the report!

Municipal Matters: lessons for Local Nondiscrimination Campaigns
Our report for movement leaders about lessons learned from municipal nondiscrimination campaigns in five cities. This is a confidential report available to movement partners by request to andy@equaltiyfederation.org.

Unjust: LGBTQ Youth Incarcerated in the Juvenile Justice System examines how LGBTQ youth who are incarcerated in juvenile detention and correctional facilities face bias in adjudication, and mistreatment and abuse in confinement facilities. LGBTQ youth also lack supportive services when leaving the criminal and juvenile justice systems, often forcing them back into negative interactions with law enforcement.

The State Equality Index (SEI), produced with Human Rights Campaign, is a comprehensive state-by-state report that provides a review of statewide laws and policies that affect LGBTQ people and their families. Read the report!

One Door at a Time: Retaining Support for Nondiscrimination
Our stories matter. This report shares the results of Equality Federation’s research that shows how one on one conversations help reduce prejudice against transgender people. This is a confidential report available to movement partners by request to andy@equaltiyfederation.org.

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