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One of the most important communities regarding the fight for LGBTQ non-discrimination protections is the business community. Through their economic influence, they have the ability to sway and start discussions regarding the need for comprehensive non-discrimination laws. Here, a selection of businesses who have gone on record as supportive of the effort to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination.
Amazon Narrows Its Search For New World Headquarters, Highlighting Importance of LGBTQ Non-Discrimination ProtectionsBy Shane Stahl • January 18, 2018, 4:11 pm Today, Amazon revealed the much-anticipated list of 20 cities it is considering as finalists for its second world headquarters, informally known as HQ2.
Montel Williams Narrates New Video About LGBTQ Supreme Court Case in #OpenToAll CampaignBy Adam Polaski • December 1, 2017, 11:41 am "As a conservative, I believe in personal freedom and limited government. As a black American, I know how it feels to face discrimination because of who you are."
Across the Country, 500+ Small Businesses Support LGBTQ Non-Discrimination ProtectionsBy Adam Polaski • November 30, 2017, 11:32 am Days before the United States Supreme Court argument in 'Masterpiece Cakeshop,' 500+ small businesses are uniting to show their support for LGBTQ nondiscrimination.
Report: Small Businesses Oppose Anti-LGBTQ DiscriminationBy Shane Stahl • November 18, 2017, 8:56 am On Thursday, November 16, the Small Business Majority released a report detailing polling it had conducted in five different states: North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, and Michigan. Overall, the report definitively states that small business believe discriminatory practices against LGBTQ customers is bad for business, and should not be allowed by law.
Small Business Leaders Defend LGBTQ Non-Discrimination & Equal Treatment for AllNovember 10, 2017, 10:25 am
Across the country, small business leaders are speaking out about the need for LGBTQ-inclusive non-discrimination law. An upcoming Supreme Court case has shined the spotlight now more than ever on the need to treat all customers equally and with respect – and small business owners know that businesses open to the public must be open to everyone.