This take on equality flags features LGBTQIA+ folks and people of color equally. The two flags come together creating an equal sign that elebrates people in all walks of life, from various cultures and backgrounds who identify as or ally with LGBTQIA+ people. The fight for equality doesn’t stop at the end of one cause, and we are all part of various identity groups. This is a universal fight, until every human has equal representation and opportunity.
Artist: Zach Tolstoy
While economics are only one example, nearly a third of children raised in black same-sex families live in poverty compared to 13 percent raised by heterosexual black families and 7 percent in heterosexual white families. Studies now the same double-discrimination across other sociological categories. (National Black Justice Coalition)
Inequality comes in many forms, and often people are found at the intersection of multiple persecuted groups. For instance, someone who is both LGBTQIA+ and a person of color may find themselves doubly discriminated against. For this reason, The Human Rights Campaign has stated that LGBTQIA+ people will never achieve full equality until people of color are also granted it. (Human Rights Campaign)
Question: How has your cultural background and belief system influenced your access to or lack of equality?
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