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Voices of Georgia

Discrimination is wrong—period. That’s why across the state, Georgians are speaking out for comprehensive civil rights legislation that would protect LGBT people from discrimination. Business leaders, people of faith are joining with gay and transgender people and their families in agreeing that no one should be discriminated against simply because of who they are.

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New Dutch Consul in Atlanta is Making the Business Case for LGBTQ Inclusion Ard van der Vorst ~ Dutch Consul General of Atlanta
Transgender Fire Chief Hopes Visibility Will Send the Message: We Can Do The Job, And Deserve Protections Rachel Mosby ~ Byron, Georgia
Gay Couple in Georgia Denied Service By Landscaper: “I Always Turn Them Down” Colton Southworth • Sandy Springs, GA
Fatherhood is the “Most Rewarding, Fulfilling” Job, Even in The Face of Discrimination Richard Kalasky & Carlos Hill ~ Cherokee County
Fathers Say They Can’t Shy Away from Discussing Discrimination with Their Children Rob and Clay Calhoun
Atlanta Family: Parenting is Harder When You Can Legally Be Targeted for Discrimination Darryl Holloman & Glyn Williams ~ Atlanta
An LGBT-Inclusive Civil Rights Law Would Provide “Peace of Mind” for These Dads Derek & Donnie Broussard-Cormier ~ DeKalb County
Transgender Law Enforcement Officer Finds Community Acceptance, But Says That Can’t Replace Legal Protections Anna Lange ~ Central Georgia
For Transgender Day of Visibility, Max Wants Other Georgians to Know He is More than A Trans Man Max Nijssen ~ Morrow, GA
Feroza Syed is Ready to Start A Family—But Because She is Transgender, Discrimination May Stand in The Way Feroza Syed ~ Atlanta
Mother of a Transgender Child in Georgia: You Are As You Were Meant to Be Amanda Dewis & Family ~ Johns Creek
Chosen Family Is A Gift LGBT People Can Give Themselves This Holiday Season Rev. Kim Sorrells ~ Reconciling Ministries Network
Creating A Church Where Everyone is Welcome, Especially Around the Holidays Rev. Melanie Vaughn-West ~ Decatur, GA
Bisexual Woman in Georgia Talks Family Acceptance and Strengthening Southern Advocacy Efforts Beth Sherouse ~ Atlanta
Georgia Tech Director Says LGBTQ-Inclusion Critical for Business Recruitment Aby Parsons ~ Georgia Tech

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Happening now: #SCOTUS considers critical #LGBTQ nondiscrimination ⚖️ cases—1 featuring GA's own Gerald Bostock, who was fired because he is gay. Regardless of the ruling, Georgians *still* need statewide protections. Join our campaign: gaunites.org/late #GApol pic.twitter.com/IK9KVFNzbD

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