Will We See A Spike In Anti-Discrimination Lawsuits?

Will We See A Spike In Anti-Discrimination Lawsuits?

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In the United States, we don’t have any Federal-level anti-discrimination laws for our LGBTQ citizens. Nevertheless, law firms across the country are preparing for a spike in anti-discrimination lawsuits. Why? Because as hard as it is for people to find work, it’s even harder if you’re queer. (This probably isn’t a surprise.) This news and more in our look at how cultures around the world are intersecting with being LGBTQ.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This coverage promotes sexual and gender equality while highlighting issues of health, violence, culture, and legal and human rights. Equal Eyes provides advocates and allies a common frame of reference for the realities of global LGBTI communities. Through followup reporting and disseminating this coverage, our effort is to ensure we have a representation of the global stories that matter most or may have under-reporting.

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