Tag Archives: Human Rights Campaign

Why It Gets Better: Southern Companies Evolving on Equality

Huffington Post is reporting on some marked improvement for traditionally conservative companies in the area of equality: In the early 90s, Southern restaurant chain Cracker Barrel drew criticism from gay-rights activists for firing openly gay employees under a policy that … Continue reading

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HRC Study Finds That SOME of the Kids Are Alright

Instinct Magazine is reporting that The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has released The National Coming Out Day Report, which surveyed over 10,000 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender youth. The results show some positive news. HRC President Chad Griffin says, “The good news … Continue reading

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Newark, N.J. Mayor Cory Booker ‘Marriage Equality’ Declaration Among Highlights of Human Rights Campaign Dinner

The Washington Blade gives us a rundown of the highlights from the annual Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Dinner. Newark, N.J. Mayor Cory Booker made a strong, supportive declaration about what he’d do with the current N.J. marriage equality, which was … Continue reading

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African-Americans in SUPPORT of Marriage Equality: Mo’Nique

While anti-equality forces like to make hay out of the support they get from African-Americans and Latinos–which I think is just another way to exploit them–we all know that monolithic thinking isn’t the way any group, minority or majority thinks. And Baltimore-born, … Continue reading

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