Over the past year, MAP and a number of its colleague lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) organizations have produced videos and TV ads that incorporate key approaches for talking effectively about nondiscrimination protections, what it means to be transgender, the harms of anti-transgender bathroom ban laws, and much more.
Below are links to a selection of those videos developed by, among others, MAP, the Equality Texas Foundation, Freedom for All Americans, American Unity Fund, Equality North Carolina, and the Transform California campaign. Additional videos will be posted here over the coming months.
Movement Advancement Project is pleased to have organizations or individuals share videos and other materials produced by Movement Advancement Project with others, provided that such use is for non-commercial purposes and that Movement Advancement Project is given credit for such work.
March 2018 - To mark the 50th anniversary of the Piggie Park decision, the Open to All campaign, MAP, and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights released an ad, “Will We Go Back?,” that looks at how the Masterpiececase before the Supreme Court threatens this historic Civil Rights Ruling ruling.
March 2018 - "Open to All" is the latest in a series of ads produced by MAP as part of the Open to All public education campaign. The video features Christian small business owners—Howard and Pat—speaking about how nobody should be turned away from a business simply because of who they are.
February 2018 - Inspired by a real legal case, Funeral Home, the latest in a series of ads produced by MAP as part of the Open to All campaign, depicts a grieving widow who has just lost her spouse, and she and her family are turned away from a funeral home and refused burial services for her wife. The ad is meant to show how a loss in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case would open the door to much wider ranging forms of discrimination—including what the grieving widow in the ad faced.
January 2018 -MAP’s latest ad, launched alongside the new LGBT Policy Spotlight: Public Accommodations Nondiscrimination Laws report, depicts how transgender people can experience discrimination, harassment and denial of equal treatment in places of public accommodation.
November 2017 - This video ad illustrates how Masterpiece could lead to a wider array of people—including LGBT people and families of color—facing discrimination, while helping other viewers imagine how they would feel if they faced similar discrimination. The ad was produced by MAP as part of the Open to All campaign. Learn more at www.OpentoAll.com.
November 2017 - This video ad depicts ways in which a decision in favor of the bakery in this case could be used by those who seek to discriminate against LGBT people and others. The ad was produced by MAP as part of the Open to All campaign. Learn more at www.OpentoAll.com.
September 2017 - When states allow child services decisions to be based on religious beliefs and not the best interests of kids, it’s kids who pay the price. Learn more in this powerful new ad from MAP that FOX News Channel refused to air. For more on the campaign, visit KidsPayThePrice.org.
July 2016 - Debuting July 21, 2016 on FOX News Channel, this groundbreaking TV ad created by MAP depicts the challenges transgender people face in accessing public restrooms when our laws don’t protect them from discrimination. For more on the campaign, visit FairnessUSA.org.
July 2016 - Hear about one family’s journey toward understanding what it means to be transgender, their hopes and dreams for their transgender son, and why they support updating our laws to protect transgender people from discrimination in this video from MAP.
April 2016 - Zeke Christopoulos – a transgender man who lives in Asheville, N.C. – and two of his professional colleagues discuss their concerns about North Carolina’s harmful bathroom ban law in this video from Freedom for All Americans, American Unity Fund, and Equality North Carolina.
July 2016 - In this video from MAP, the McHenry Family of Arizona talks about the importance of family, their journeys toward acceptance, and why they support updating nondiscrimination laws to ensure that everyone has a fair chance to work hard and provide for their families.
September 2015 - Dylan and Steven, two construction co-workers in Houston, Texas—one of whom is transgender—talk about the importance of shared values and the need to protect all hardworking people from discrimination in this video from the Equality Texas Foundation.
April 2016 - Dana Hargrave, a 28-year Navy veteran who is transgender, talks with her aerospace industry coworkers in this video from the Transgender Law Center, Equality California, and the Transform California campaign.