Equal Protections For All

equal protections for all
The ACLU of Arizona is collecting stories from LGBTQ Arizonans who have experienced discrimination. These stories will help educate Arizonans about discrimination against gay and transgender people.

We also want to hear from allies who believe in the values of hard work, freedom, and opportunity, and agree it’s time to end discrimination against LGBTQ people across the state. Whether you identify as LGBTQ or as an ally, your voice matters. 

Have you been discriminated against at work for being LGBTQ? Have you ever been denied housing because of your sexual orientation or gender identity? Have you been refused service in a restaurant or other public business because of who you are? Stories of discrimination help us make clear that the lack of legal protections impacts LGBTQ people every day.

Share your story today

Jonathan Clark

Jonathan knows the importance of equality in the workplace, school, and the community and how essential safe places are in every aspect of our lives.

September 14, 2017

Dora Mejia

As a mother, Dora has become involved in fighting for the equal treatment of all people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

September 20, 2017

The Pratt Family

The Pratt family projects support and love to each other in all of their diversity. They believe in protection for all people to live their lives free from discrimination of sex, religion, and color.

September 22, 2017

Daniel Sanchez

Growing up, Daniel always felt like his external appearance did not reflect how he felt on the inside.

September 25, 2017

James Avery Fuchs

An educator on transgender rights, James discovered that being himself is the best way to make a difference in the transgender community.

October 10, 2017

Viri Hernandez

Hernandez knows how vital diversity and inclusion is, and it is important to her that her staff be comprised of different people with various backgrounds.

October 12, 2017