by Patrick Appel

Pam Spaulding summarizes a new HRC report on race, sexuality, and gender:

LGBT people of color view the world first from the point of view of race and gender. Most feel there is as much racism and sexism among LGBT people as there is among non-LGBT people, and racially motivated violence and discrimination are more prevalent than violence or prejudice based on sexual orientation.

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