CREEC signed on as a partner in the Equity for All of Me. All the Time. campaign earlier this fall.

A national public education campaign Equity for All of Me. All the Time. was launched by the National LGBTQ Task Force and the National Black Justice Coalition on April 4th in honoGroup of protesters at a rally holding signs that read "Protect All of Me All the Time" and, "Don't Roll Back Our Rights"r of  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights legacy. The campaign seeks to educate federal policymakers about the need for non-discrimination protections to ensure the whole person is protected at all times no matter where they are.

Victoria Kim (pronouns: she, her, hers), field organizer at the National LGBTQ Task Force, explains why this is personal for her by saying, “As a femme identifying woman of color, my womanness and my Asianness are protected under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 from discrimination based on race and sex, but because I’m queer, I, as a whole person, am not currently protected under federal law and am still at risk for discrimination in multiple ways. As we know, this leaves room for people to use that as a loophole to discriminate against folks in housing, employment, public accommodations, and more.”

group of protesters at a rally. Woman in foreground is talking into a megaphone and holding a sign that reads, "Protect All of Me All the Tim". Women in the background are holding signs that say, "My Failth Does Not Discriminate."


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