Press Room

Here in our press room you’ll find all of our public statements and press releases. If you’re interested in reading other sources where our work has been covered, you can find that over in the newsroom.

One Million Kids For Equality works to engage, educate, and empower LGBTQ youth and the children of LGBTQ parents to speak out about the issues that affect their daily lives. We work with a diverse group of partner organizations, youth and their allies around the world to share their stories and create change in legislatures, courts, and most importantly hearts and minds. To learn more about One Million Kids For Equality, visit About Us.

For press inquires and further information, contact:

Media Relations – press [at] – 206.429.5357

One Million Kids and The Personal Stories Project to Host 2nd Annual Garden Party and Mixer In Los Angeles

Do you like schmoozing on Saturday? Do you like parties with open bars and free food? Do you consider yourself an LGBTQ activist or ally? Do you like to travel or live in the greater Los Angeles area? If your answer to any of those questions is yes, then have we got the party for […]

LGBTQ Organizations Call on Big Business in North Carolina to Oppose Legislature’s Attempt to Repeal Charlotte LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Protections.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 23, 2016 Media Contact: Matt Hirschy, Equality North Carolina (919) 829-0343 Shane Windmeyer, Campus Pride (704) 277-6710 x1 Brad Delaney, One Million Kids for Equality (206) 429-5357 Charlotte, NC – A coalition of LGBTQ organizations led by Equality North Carolina, Campus Pride, and One Million Kids For Equality is calling […]

One Million Kids For Equality Joins National Youth Organizations For #OURTURNNOW Social Media Campaign To Support Marriage Equality

“We are proud to be a partner in the #OurTurnNow campaign,” said One Million Kids President Brad Delaney. “Youth voices are some of the most powerful across all avenues of advocacy. They were instrumental in the overturning of DOMA as well as Prop 8, they were instrumental in passing marriage at the ballot box in four states in 2012, and this campaign allows this generation of youth to raise their collective voices once more in public support of marriage equality.”