In a mathematical approach to life, this is a universal sign of equality. It is a symbolic reminder of the importance of ensuring that we treat every member of our society as an equal, regardless of sexuality, gender, ethnicity, ability, or any other piece of who they are. As citizens of the world, on paper, we are all afforded equal human rights; and yet, marginalized groups continue to be disadvantaged and discriminated against on a daily basis.
Artist: Denny Herbert
Same-sex marriage continues to be illegal in 72 countries, and homosexuality is still punishable by death in eight nations around the world. In the past year, Taiwan, Ecuador and Austria joined the list of countries with legal same-sex marriage. While this does show progress, there are still over one hundred countries that have yet to come on board. (Pew Research)
Despite being one of the wealthiest countries in the world, pervasive inequality is embedded within American society. The biggest disparity is income inequality, with the richest 1% of households being in possession of 40% of the country's entire wealth. Whereas 38.1 million people are classed as living in poverty, including one in six of our children and young people. (Equitable Growth)
Question: Who is responsible for pushing nations to embrace total equality for all?
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