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Remembering Senator Dianne Feinstein

The loss of Senator Dianne Feinstein as an advocate and champion is immeasurable. Her deep roots in the queer community, forged as a city council member in San Francisco and shaped by her relationship with Harvey Milk, contributed to her unwavering support for LGBTQ people.
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The Stonewall Inn logo with a rainbow brush mark above it. "National LGBTQ Wall of Honor; Honoring our pioneers, trailblazers & heroes Sponsored by International Imperial Court (Est. 1965) and the National LGBTQ Task Force; June 22, 2023, 6:30 PM @ The Stonewall Inn
May 18, 2023

National LGBTQ Wall of Honor 2023 at the Historic Stonewall Inn

The International Imperial Court System and the National LGBTQ Task Force are honoring seven legends of the LGBTQ movement as 2023 National LGBTQ Wall of Honor inductees at the historic Stonewall Inn.
Movement Moments: The National LGBTQ Task Force at 50 National LGBTQ Task Force Logo in white; 1973 - 2023
March 31, 2023

National LGBTQ Task Force Debuts New Podcast Series Highlighting 50 Years of Advocacy, Organizing, and Intersectionality on International Transgender Day of Visibility

The National LGBTQ Task Force – the country’s oldest LGBTQ+ advocacy organization –  launched a new limited podcast series in honor of their 50th anniversary. Movement Moments: The National LGBTQ Task Force at 50 will span 6 episodes and feature deep discussions on topical issues facing the LGBTQ+ community today, including attacks on the trans community and the role of faith in the movement while also reflecting on key moments throughout National LGBTQ Task Force history.
Three people stand on a stage as the Leather Leadership Award is given at the Creating Change Conference.
December 15, 2022

From 1973 to 2023: National LGBTQ Task Force Celebrates 50 Years of Advocacy, Activism, and Organizing for the LGBTQ Community

50th Anniversary celebrations begin with flagship organizing conference Creating Change, including headlining speakers Angelica Ross & activist X Gonzalez.
Brittney Griner
December 8, 2022

Brittney Griner Freed From Russian Prison

National LGBTQ Task Force Executive Director, Kierra Johnson, responds to the release of Brittney Griner.
A person looking into the camera, holding a rainbow flag aloft behind them with both hands.
November 9, 2022

Reaction to the 2022 Midterms

Executive Director Kierra Johnson Responds to Preliminary Midterm Results
Ban the Repro Binary
November 1, 2022

National LGBTQ Task Force Launches “Ban the Repro Binary” Short Videos Aimed to Connect Queer Rights and Repro Rights

Prominent Male-Identified Advocates, Including Actor/Activist George Takei, Actor/Musician and Advocate Dyllon Burnside, Iowa State Senator Zach Wahls, Trans Advocate Aydian Dowling and Phluid Project CEO Rob Smith Urge Cis Men to Support Fight for Reproductive Justice
A person sings passionately into a microphone at the 2022 Task Force Gala.
October 28, 2022

Largest Ever National LGBTQ Task Force Gala Breaks Multiple Records

Sold-Out Event Raises Over $900K to Support National LGBTQ Task Force and Local Florida Organizations
A large group of people gathered at a rally. In the foreground someone is holding a protest sign that says "Keep your laws off my body".
June 24, 2022

Task Force Reaction to SCOTUS Decision Overturning Roe and Casey

“Today, the Supreme Court issued a devastating ruling in Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Dobbs — a huge setback to our long-standing fundamental right to bodily autonomy.”