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Breaking: A landmark Supreme Court ruling protecting both LGBTQ rights and human rights, outlawing discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity in the United States. The Supreme Court ruled that the language of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Read the coverage of this 6 to 3 vote ruling and the protections it provides here:
Adam Liptak for The New York Times on June 15, 2020:
Civil Rights Law Protects Gay and Transgender Workers, Supreme Court Rules
Tucker Higgins writing for CNBC:
Supreme Court Rules Workers Can’t Be Fired for Being Gay or Transgender

Coming days after Loving Day, the anniversary of the United States Supreme Court striking down all state laws against interracial marriage on June 13, 1967, today’s ruling is another acknowledgment that love knows no bounds.

All peace to each one of you. Dora

Photo of Tiffany Munroe waving a Pride flag during a rally to call attention to violence against transgender people of color in Brooklyn on Sunday taken Demetrius Freeman for The New York Times

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