"Planting Peace will not stop fighting for LGBT rights until all sexual and gender minorities experience full, fundamental rights in every corner of the world."
"Things can change very fast. There’s no sitting around a board room. We just go for it."
The teen, who had seen the Equality House on Facebook, brought balloons that read "Happy Birthday" for their mother who had
Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter | Contact The Author The allegations of abuse surfaced in December 2012, when
One year ago today, March 19, Planting Peace, a non-profit organization, launched an incredible initiative that sought to
On the one-year anniversary of the Equality House, we take a short look back at the day Planting Peace stood up for the community of Topeka and equality everywhere.
Over the past year, the Equality House has hosted a number of pro-LGBT events within the immediate vicinity of the virulently
"We wanted to help play a role in bringing light to this critical issue," Jackson told HuffPost by phone. "None of us know
A group of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) residents and allies in Topeka, Kansas, recently took to the streets
Ever since Aaron Jackson hired a painting company to emblazon the house across the street from Westboro Baptist Church with
The man contracted to paint Planting Peace's Equality House across the street from Westboro Baptist Church tells HuffPost how it's going.
A house across the street from Westboro Baptist Church is painted in Pride colors. The makeover is part of a new initiative by Planting Peace, founded by Aaron Jackson.
"It's the craziest thing -- and it really throws you off -- because she's the type of woman who calls you "hun" and "darling