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|Friday, December 12, 2008 at 11:43 AM|
GLAAD’s ongoing ‘Be an Ally & a Friend’ (www.glaad.org/ally) program, the largest nationally-televised LGBT equality public education campaign, will officially roll out a series of new PSAs in 2009, but viewers of MTV’s The N network are getting a sneak peek right now. A message of support featuring stars from The N — "Degrassi"'s Lauren Collins and Adamo Rugggiero and "South of Nowhere"'s Gabrielle Christian and Maeve Quinlan —premiered during the series finale of "South of Nowhere" and is now more...
|Monday, March 3, 2008 at 4:28 PM|
To commemorate Women's History Month, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is releasing a public service announcement (PSA) featuring six ABC actresses as part of its ongoing "Be an Ally & a Friend" campaign. In the 20-second spot, the women urge viewers to accept and support their gay friends and family members. The ABC stars appearing in the PSA are as follows (listed in order of appearance): Rebecca Romijn (Ugly Betty), Rachel Griffiths (Brothers & Sisters), Oscar-winner Marlee more...
|Sunday, February 24, 2008 at 10:24 AM|
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) will release on Tuesday a public service announcement (PSA) featuring "Grey's Anatomy" star Sara Ramírez as part of its "Be an Ally & a Friend" campaign. The 30-second Spanish-language spot is premiering on Terra.com, the largest Internet access provider in Spain and Latin America.
In the PSA, the Tony Award-winning, Mazatlan-born actress encourages viewers to treat others with dignity and respect regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity more...
|Wednesday, February 6, 2008 at 10:11 AM|
To commemorate Black History Month, GLAAD released today a public service announcement from "Access Hollywood" co-anchor Shaun Robinson as part of its “Be an Ally & a Friend” campaign. The 30-second spot is scheduled to make its television premiere tonight on "Access Hollywood" and features Robinson denouncing the use of anti-gay words and homophobic jokes, while encouraging viewers to treat others with dignity and respect. The new PSA has also been made available to all NBC-owned affiliates for more...
|Tuesday, January 22, 2008 at 10:59 PM|
To commemorate the upcoming Lunar New Year on February 7, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) premiered a public service announcement (PSA) featuring actor Rex Lee (Entourage). This latest installment in GLAAD's ongoing public education campaign "Be an Ally & a Friend" encourages viewers to treat others with dignity and respect regardless of gender identity/expression or sexual orientation.
The PSA will make its broadcast television debut on Thursday, February 7, on ImaginAsian more...