New York, EU.- The singer Madonna will be recognized for her role as a LGBTQ community advocate, as announced on Tuesday GLAAD, one of the main platforms in the United States to help this group.
GLAAD donated to the singer on 4 May in New York, as part of her annual galaxy to provide the media and artists for a fair representation of the collection, which is celebrated on the 30th anniversary.
Madonna is the second and her first woman who gets this special prize as a promoter homosexual and overcrowded rights, after that former president of the United States Bill Clinton in 2013
Madonna has always been and always the largest partner of the LGBTQ community, "she said in a statement. President GLAAD, Sarah Kate Ellis, which emphasized its work on issues such as HIV or promotion.
His music and arts have been of great importance LGBTQ people for years and his words and actions have changed many hearts and minds, "said Ellis.
In addition, GLAAD demonstrates the work of the artist AIDS awareness and the identification of perpetual discrimination laws and practices.
Madonna had already participated in 2013 at an annual GLAAD disease, when she spent a prize decorated as a Boy Scout to protest on that group that refused to introduce homosexual members for years.
The pop star is also acclaimed in its position to awaken problems such as machismo in a & # 39; recording business and stimulating different causes.
Last year, who benefited her 60th birthday, launched her Facebook a cash-free initiative to raise money to help children Malawi, The A African country in which Madonna took four of her six children.
The ambition & # 39; aims to publish its fourth studio album last year, which is the first ever since 2015.
The album will be inspired by Portagail and Lisbon, the city that the singer moved to the end of the summer of 2017 for one of her children to play in her youth the Benfica football team.
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