Author Archives: Christopher Taylor Edwards

Listen: The Post-DOMA Conference Call

If you woke up this morning and pinched yourself, I can confirm: yesterday wasn’t a dream. The answer is yes. Read more

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Guest Post: Homophobia and HIV, Where do we go from here? The Caribbean story

We are humbled by the community of HIV health and immigration activists that we have been blessed to work with since our founding. Together, they are working to end both HIV and the stigma attached to it. Today on World AIDS Day, we welcome Maurice Tomlinson, who explores the connection between homophobia and the spread of HIV. Read more

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20 Questions with Intern Cora Lively

Each season Immigration Equality offices welcome interns, legal fellows, and volunteers. Over the next few weeks, we will be introducing you to some of them with 20 questions. Today, we highlight communications intern Cora Lively. Read more

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20 Questions with Intern Olena Ripnick

Each season Immigration Equality offices welcome interns, legal fellows, and volunteers. Over the next few weeks, we will be introducing you to some of them with 20 questions. Read more

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20 Questions with Intern Patrick Tindana

Each season Immigration Equality offices welcome interns, legal fellows, and volunteers. Over the next few weeks, we will be introducing you to some of them with 20 questions. Read more

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