Despite the infamy of the crime, Wyoming is among just five states that have not passed laws focused on crimes motivated by the victim's identity, such as their sexual orientation.
How Anunnaki Ray Marquez Fought For Their Intersex Birth Certificate, And Why Others May Not Have To In The Future
Anunnaki Ray Marquez was born in Colorado and now lives in Florida. They dedicated around $5,000 and 15 months to the process.
Anunnaki Ray Marquez, now a Florida resident, wrote in their blog that they were the person who applied for and received the revised certificate.
The U.S. State Department’s varied explanations for rejecting the passport application weren’t reasonable, U.S. District Judge R. Brooke Jackson said in his ruling.
Experts from Children's Hospital Colorado, Second Wind Fun and Rainbow Alley weigh in on their experiences.
Activists shared the Denver Principles on AIDS healthcare at a conference in Colorado 35 years ago.
The play runs from Sept. 1 through Oct. 13 at the downtown Denver, social justice-focused theater.
Fourth-grader Jamel Myles was bullied in school and had recently come out as gay.
Read the full letter to the DPS community from Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg.
As LGBTQ students increasingly identify as transgender or non-binary, Colorado teachers were looking for a refresh on creating supportive classrooms.