TLDEF Announces Initiative to Eliminate Transgender Health Care Discrimination

Great news from our client Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF)! TLDEF announces the launch of a new initiative designed to combat the systematic and pervasive health insurance discrimination facing transgender people across the nation…  “An overwhelming n
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Client TLDEF Quoted in Jezebel Article

Our client Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) spoke with Jezebel about today’s historic LGBTQ cases before the Supreme Court. The cases cases involve: Aimee Stephens who was fired from her job at a Michigan funeral home because she is transgender (R.G. &
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NPR Publishes Feature Story on Anna Lange’s Federal Health Care Discrimination Lawsuit

NPR reports on our client Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund’s federal health care discrimination lawsuit against Houston County, Georgia. The case stems from the county’s decision to exclude medically-necessary transgender-related health care from its employee healt
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Gratitude for 2018

We hope you’re enjoying this holiday season and reflecting positively on 2018. We spent the year promoting people and causes we believe in and marked our 6th year in business. We also navigated the challenge of Cindi’s breast cancer diagn
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Op-Ed Placement for TLDEF on Banning Trans and Gay “Panic” Defenses

On June 15, CreagerCole placed an op-ed in @am-New York by Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund Board Member Katherine Cooper. The commentary urged New York State lawmakers to pass legislation banning so-called “gay and trans panic” defenses which  “allow v
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Spotlighting Trans Legal’s 12th Annual Freedom Awards

On June 8, Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund gathered at Manhattan Penthouse with hundreds of community members for the 12th Annual Freedom Awards Benefit which raised vital funds for its programs. Hosted by trans trailblazer Janet Mock, TLDEF honored Governor Andrew Cuom
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South Carolina Mom Reflects on Gay Son’s Murder 10-Years Later

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 15, 2017 Contact: Cindi Creager, CreagerCole Communications (646) 279-4559, cindi@creagercole.com South Carolina Mom Reflects on Gay Son’s Murder 10-Years Later; Continues to Speak Out Against Anti-LGBTQ Violence Greenville, South Carolina- On Tuesday, May 16
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Patrick Dati Teams Up With Denise Brown to Address Domestic Abuse Impacting Men and LGBTQ People

Chicago author, motivational speaker and advocate Patrick Dati has joined forces with domestic violence survivors champion Denise Brown, eldest sister of the late Nicole Brown Simpson. Dati has signed with Brown’s “The Elite Speakers Bureau” as its first gay male sur
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CreagerCole Promotes Brooklyn-Based Americana Band “The Sometime Boys”

We are thrilled to be promoting the Brooklyn-based Americana band, THE SOMETIME BOYS. They are truly special and CreagerCole Commuications is doing our very best to share their phenomenal talent with the world. THE SOMETIME BOYS are gearing up to release their third studio album, R
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