· The State of the LGBTQ Community in 2020: A National Public Opinion Study: A comprehensive new study from the Center for American Progress found that more than 1 in 3 LGBTQ+ Americans faced discrimination of some kind in the past year, including more than 3 in 5 transgender Americans. Find other survey findings here.
· GLSEN released findings from its biennial 2019 National School Climate Survey, examining the school experiences of LGBTQ+ students nationally, and offers a broad understanding of policies, practices, and conditions that make LGBTQ+ students more vulnerable to discrimination and victimization at school.
· The Trevor Project’s Report, “All Black Lives Matter: Mental Health of Black LGBTQ Youth,” utilizes an intersectional lens to contribute to our understanding of the Black LGBTQ+ youth experience among a national sample of over 2,500 Black LGBTQ youth.
· Stronger Together: Building an Inclusive System of Supports for Immigrant Families During the Pandemic, and Always: The COVID-19 pandemic demands federal action that includes protecting and promoting the well-being of all families now and into the future—especially immigrant families. This brief from the Center for the Study of Social Policy explores how policymakers can begin to build a comprehensive and inclusive system of supports to protect immigrant families. Read more here.