How Supreme Court Decisions on DOMA and Prop 8 Impact Individuals, Organizations and the Diversity Conversation

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The recent Supreme Court Decisions overturning DOMA and Prop 8 have far-reaching impact  diversity and inclusion in the workplace beyond providing federal and state benefits for same-sex married couples. These decisions also affect single LGBT and heterosexual people in those workplaces, along with LGBT  employees in states where same-sex marriage is not yet legal. In the past month, I’ve gotten…

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DOMA Down, Prop 8 Out the Gate, and Voter Suppression Legalized

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Earlier this week the Supreme Court struck down DOMA and said good by to Proposition 8. This was a plus for diversity and inclusion. For LGBT couples in states where same-sex marriage is legal it’s historic. They are now eligible for over 1,000 Federal benefits, including joint tax returns, and survivor spouse and child social security benefits. For lesbian and gay…

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Diversity and Inclusion Zeroes Fight Marvel Comics to Stop Gay Wedding!

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Diversity and Inclusion Zeroes  Fight Marvel Comics to Stop Gay Wedding! A group of people called The Million Moms has launched a campaign against Marvel Comics. The reason is Marvel comics announced that it 1st openly gay hero Northstar, will marry his male partner in the 1st same-sex wedding in the marvel universe, in the June issue of astonishing X…

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Why We Can't Afford to Ban Same-Sex Marriage

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>Why We Can’t Afford to Ban Same-Sex MarriageA Date To RememberOn November 4, Californians will vote on whether or not to ban same sex marriage, which has been legal for the last six months. It is now legal in Connecticut and Massachusetts. A Union of Economic InterestsWhile the US and the rest of the world are in the midst of…

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