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Taking a Stand: American Advocates for LGBTQ Rights and Hate


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FORT WORTH, Texas, April 19, 2021 /3BL Media/ — American joined with dozens of other Texas-based companies today in an open letter to state lawmakers, making clear the airline supports the inclusion of LGBTQ people in nondiscrimination laws and opposes any effort to exclude the LGBTQ community from full civil rights protections under the law. The effort was led by Texas Competes, a coalition of businesses aligned on ensuring a fair and welcoming Texas for LGBTQ people.
“Discrimination of any kind runs counter to American’s mission of taking care of people on life’s journey. Equity and inclusion are core values critical to the success of our company, and laws that create unequal treatment are not only bad policy, but are also bad for business,” said Molly Wilkinson, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and PRIDE EBRG Executive Sponsor. “For decades, American has proudly stood with the LGBTQ community and will continue to advocate for full inclusion, equity and protection under the law, because all of our team members and customers deserve to feel welcome and safe.”

Pope's Disappointment On Same-Sex Marriage | Falls Church News-Press Online

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March 18, 2021 8:30 AM
by Nicholas F. Benton
Comfort, my people. Here’s more from Walt Whitman:
“This is what you shall do; Love the earth and sun and the animals, despise riches, give alms to everyone that asks, stand up for the stupid and crazy, devote your income and labor to others, hate tyrants, argue not concerning God, have patience and indulgence toward the people, take off your hat to nothing known or unknown or to any man or number of men, go freely with powerful uneducated persons and with the young and the mothers of families, read these leaves* in the open air every season of every year of your life, re-examine all you have been told at school or church or in any book, dismiss whatever insults your own soul, and your very flesh shall be a great poem and have the richest fluency not only in its words but in the silent lines of its lips and face and between the lashes of your eyes and in every motion and joint of your body.”

George Kerevan: Alba shows that something needs to change in our push for indy

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Alba have one thing going for them: the potential to disrupt the frozen sterility of contemporary party politics in Scotland
FOR a long while I was of the opinion that nothing very much would be changed by this Holyrood election. The SNP (in company with the Greens) were likely to command another majority. Nicola Sturgeon would go on as First Minister; probably clock up a decade in office in 2024; then retire into global NGO heaven. Westminster would continue to resist a Section 30 order and 2026 would eventually loom as another election year with the constitutional status quo frozen in aspic.

HR Magazine - What's in a name? How employees change their names to fit in


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19 Apr 2021
This month, Thandiwe Newton announced she was changing the spelling of her name back to its original after a misspelling in the credits of a movie resulted in it being anglicised for three decades.
For Thandiwe her name, meaning ‘beloved’, is representative of her maternal Zimbabwean heritage. 
Our name is part of our identity and often symbolic of our culture and historical or familial connections. Indonesia, Nigeria, Ireland, Greece and India are just a few countries with naming traditions that many still choose to honour, and baby naming ceremonies are found in almost every religious affiliation.
Keen to understand the current scale of the apparent disregard society has for names we ran a Twitter poll this week.

Ken Starr on Religious Liberty: 'The Next Crisis Is Coming'

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04/19/2021 at 1:37 AM
Posted by Kevin Edward White
In light of what Starr describes as the “steady erosion of our nation’s commitment to first freedoms,” what can religious Americans do? Starr offers three important suggestions.
By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer, National catholic Register, April 12, 2021
Ken Starr has written a new book, and it is really good.
Religious Liberty in Crisis: Exercising Your Faith in an Age of Uncertainty is a handy primer on the special protection afforded religion under the law and a plan for how religious people in the U.S. can weather these most uncertain times.
Most Americans don’t know that Starr, a former judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and Solicitor General, is one of the country’s top constitutional law experts. He is also a devout Christian. That said, Starr has skin in the game, so to speak, when it comes to the guarantee of religious liberty in the United States. In the opening chapter of his book, Starr explains its purpose:

Human Rights Campaign President Calls on Corporate Leaders to Rise Up and Fight Wave of Anti-Trans and Voter Suppression Bills in State Legislatures in Open Letter

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Human Rights Campaign President Calls on Corporate Leaders to Rise Up and Fight Wave of Anti-Trans and Voter Suppression Bills in State Legislatures in Open Letter
— Appearing As Full-Page Ad in Today’s New York Times — Asserts “Companies Cannot Rise Up and Speak Out Against Hate in the Streets but Remain Silent When They See Hate Being Indoctrinated in Our Laws”
WASHINGTON – Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) – America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) people – is calling on the leaders of Corporate America to take an active role in speaking out and condemning the unprecedented wave of anti-transgender and voter suppression bills moving through state legislatures across the country. These bills are attempting to erase transgender people, make LGBTQ people second class citizens, and deny marginalized communities the right to vote.

Republican Attorneys General Plan to Fight 'Insane' Court-Packing Battle

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19 Apr 2021
Republican attorneys general (AGs) across the country are prepared to fight the recently introduced court-packing legislation, as indicated by their vocal statements of opposition to it, endorsements of the Keep Nine amendment, and vows to explore legal routes to challenge the legislation.
In interviews with Breitbart News, several AGs expressed they were firmly against the court-packing bill, unveiled Thursday as the Judiciary Act of 2021 by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA), and other Democrats.
“This is an effort for the Democrats to try to add numbers to the Court to be able to validate the most liberal agenda that we’ve seen out of Congress in clearly my lifetime,” Alabama AG Steve Marshall told Breitbart News. Missouri AG Eric Schmitt called it “a total affront to our Republic” and “counterintuitive to the Founders’ vision.”

Historic Turkish baths in Harrogate is set to ban nude bathing to 'promote inclusivity'


Harrogate's Victorian spa offered swimwear-free options at single-sex sessions
However, plans suggest swimwear will become mandatory for men and women
Management say move will 'promote inclusivity' as there was 'a concern' over access to the bath's single-sex sessions by 'those of varying gender categories'
It also has had to reverse plans to ban single-sex sessions in favour of mixed gender sessions only after customers said changes would stop people coming

lgbtq rights – NBC 7 San Diego


As president-elect, Biden is making sweeping promises to LGBTQ activists, proposing to carry out virtually every major proposal on their wish lists. Among them: Lifting the Trump administration’s near-total ban on military service for transgender people, barring federal contractors from anti-LGBTQ job discrimination, and creating high-level LGBTQ-rights positions at the State Department, the National Security Council and other federal...
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Nov 25, 2020
Daniela, a transgender woman who was the victim of a brutal attack in MacArthur Park in October, says she is “alive” and “fighting.” The brutal attack adds to the list of hate crimes that, according to the FBI, continues to grow.

Marjorie Taylor Greene forced to abandon America First Caucus after Republican outrage


Marjorie Taylor Greene forced to abandon America First Caucus after Republican outrage
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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., conducts a news conference with members of the House Freedom Caucus outside the Capitol to oppose the Equality Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation, on Thursday February 25, 2021. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images
White pride might not remain as alive and well in the Republican Party as it appeared just one day ago, as Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., was forced to walk back plans for a new House caucus meant to promote "uniquely Anglo-Saxon political traditions" after Greene's fellow Republicans hit her with swift criticism. 

Leicestershire drivers could dodge parking fines with these 8 tips by Citizen's Advice experts

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Leicestershire drivers could dodge parking fines with these 8 tips by Citizen's Advice experts
Experts have put out significant information including 'grace period' argument you've never heard of
Leicestershire drivers could avoid paying park fine with these tips
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Let's face it, there's nothing worse than coming back to your car and discovering a parking ticket.

LGBTQ Students Sue Department of Education Over Alleged 'Discriminatory Practices' at Christian Universities

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By Emma Riley
| April 13, 2021 | 2:22pm EDT
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(CNS News) -- LGBTQ students are suing the U.S. Department of Education because of  alleged “discriminatory practices” at Christian universities that receive federal funding and yet impose traditional, Bible-based morals’ rules on their students.
Christian or religious schools that receive federal funding currently are allowed under Title IX to obtain a “religious exemption,” which permits them to discriminate against students or actions that violate the institutions' religious beliefs. E.g., single-sex dormitories, no condom dispensers on campus, no pornography on campus, no same-sex dating, etc.
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The Religious Exemption Accountability Project (REAP) filed the lawsuit on March 29 on behalf of 33 plaintiffs in the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon, Eugene Division.

Asian Americans in Colorado suffer pandemic-related assaults

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Xiting Liu, 8, holds a candle as she joins hundreds of members of Denver’s Asian-American and Pacific Islander community and their supporters at a candlelight vigil to honor the victims of the Atlanta Spa shootings on Saturday, March 20, 2021 in Denver. The vigil was held outside of Coors Field, which at one time was the heart of Denver’s Chinatown until a racist and violent mob destroyed the community in 1880. (Michael Ciaglo/Special to The Denver Gazette)
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Sex worker trying to change law after being denied Covid loan

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Sex worker trying to change law after being denied Covid loan
Charlotte was left unable to work during the pandemic and had to rely on Universal Credit
Sex worker trying to change law after being denied Covid loan
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A sex worker has called for a change in the law after initially being denied a Covid Bounce Back Loan despite being unable to work during lockdown.

Covid-19, a year on: A breakdown of trust between the police and the public

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Sascha O’Sullivan’s article (
Covid-19, a year on: A breakdown of trust between the police and the public) shows exactly why police forces can only operate effectively if they have public support.
Respect for equality, diversity and human rights are all essential to maintaining trust in our officers.
That’s why we have agreed plans to work with the City of London Police to ensure it is representative of the community it serves.
We’ll challenge the force to recruit at least 40% BAME officers, address gender imbalances and have representation of all protected characteristics.
And we’ll ensure that the recruitment process for the next City of London Police Commissioner will apply the Equality Act 2010 when shortlisting candidates, to encourage applicants with protected characteristics who are underrepresented to apply.

Catholic priests back bill targeting Christian adoption agencies

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Children and adoptive parents in this undated file photo. | Reuters/Lucy Nicholson
A group of Catholic priests has come out in support of a bill that would require all adoption agencies that receive federal funding to place children with same-sex couples.
The Association of U.S. Catholic Priests, which describes itself as “a pastoral voice of compassion, hope and joy in our pilgrim church and world,” has expressed support for the "Every Child Deserves a Family Act."
According to the Lepanto Institute, a research and education organization dedicated to preserving the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church, the bill “would effectively shut down the adoption services of Catholic Charities by mandating homosexual adoptions as well as potentially adopting children to couples of any belief system, including active satanists.”

New poll shows Americans overwhelmingly oppose anti-transgender laws

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Apr 16, 2021 5:00 AM EDT
The rights of transgender Americans has been a growing topic of debate on sports fields, in state capitols and in Congress. The Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ advocacy organization, says more than 30 state legislatures have proposed more than 115 bills that would limit transgender rights, from participation on sports teams to access to medical care. 
But two-thirds of Americans are against laws that would limit transgender rights, a new PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll found. That opposition includes majorities of every political ideology from liberal to conservative and every age group. 
These proposed bills have emerged as a new culture war, with Republican state legislators introducing and voting for them amid Democratic opposition, while a majority of Americans who identify as Republicans are against such laws, according to the poll. 

Republicans And Democrats Largely Oppose Transgender Sports Legislation, Poll Shows


Republicans And Democrats Largely Oppose Transgender Sports Legislation, Poll Shows
Friday, April 16, 2021
Sydney Duncan holds a sign during a rally at the Alabama State House to draw attention to legislation introduced in Alabama that's aimed at restricting transgender people's access to medical care.
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In at least 30 states nationwide, lawmakers have introduced bills aiming to keep transgender girls and women from participating on girls' and women's sports teams. These type of restrictions have become a major culture war battle, with Republican lawmakers being the loudest proponents of such bills, while Democrats often oppose them.
But a new NPR/

Dems pave a gavel road to court-packing

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Dems pave a gavel road to court-packing
Friday, April 16, 2021
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Tony Perkins - Guest Columnist
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Thanks to the Left's overreach in Georgia, the border crisis, the trillions of dollars in spending, and corporate woke-ism, the Republican base is already motivated. Threatening to expand the Supreme Court is like adding dynamite to an inferno.
Now we've heard it all. Democrats, who were already the butt of jokes for calling childcare "infrastructure," have done us one better. According to House liberals, court-packing is too! In a tweet, Congressman Mondaire Jones, a New York liberal declared: "Supreme Court expansion is infrastructure." Like a lot of people, Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) couldn't believe their eyes. "You just can't make this stuff up," she shook her head. And unfortunately, Democrats aren't. They're on the march to expand the court -- no matter what they call it.

Tony Perkins: Dems Pave a Gavel Road to Court-Packing — The Patriot Post

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Now we’ve heard it all. Democrats, who were already the butt of jokes for calling childcare “infrastructure,” have done us one better. According to House liberals, court-packing is too! In a tweet, Congressman Mondaire Jones, a New York liberal declared: “Supreme Court expansion is infrastructure.” Like a lot of people, Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) couldn’t believe their eyes. “You just can’t make this stuff up,” she shook her head. And unfortunately, Democrats aren’t. They’re on the march to expand the court — no matter what they call it.
Apparently, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) isn’t interested in whatever conclusions the president’s phony commission on the courts comes to. Her party is ready to pack the court — and pack it now. In a bombshell new bill, radical Democrats in both chambers are demanding that we increase the number of Supreme Court justices to 13, a move that’s designed to blunt the impact of Donald Trump’s appointments. Led by Jones, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) and Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) in the House and Senator Ed Markey (D-Mass.), the effort is an obvious payback to far-Left groups who think activist judges are the only ones who can do all their radical bidding.

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