LGBT Leaders Join Coalition Against ‘Stop And Frisk’ Racial Profiling

LGBT activists are joining with civil rights leaders and the labor movement to oppose New York City’s “Stop and Frisk” law, which enables racial profiling and harassment at obscene rates. This Sunday, LGBT groups will join the End Stop and Frisk silent march to stand in solidarity with civil rights allies and in recognition of the those with intersecting identities of race, sexuality, and gender, who are particularly susceptible to mistreatment. GLAAD has compiled videos of many leaders speaking together against the problematic law in front of the historic Stonewall Inn, where LGBT activists once rioted against police harassment. Watch them: