HONOR PAC Statement on Supreme Court Announcement
HONOR PAC STATEMENT ON SUPREME COURT ANNOUNCEMENT
APRIL 22, 2019
Since the election of Donald Trump, the LGBTQ community has been patronized and discriminated to the utmost degree. His actions have gone against the ideals of our country's Founders by opposing our most basic rights to love, liberty, and pursuit of happiness as Americans and contributors. With the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh, our LGBT rights are hanging in the balance.
On Monday, April 22, 2019, the Supreme Court said that it will decide whether existing civil rights laws ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity, a question that has divided the nation's lower courts.
We hope that when our Nation’s highest court returns back into session in October, they uphold in their decision, already set laws in regards to anti-discrimination in the workplace on the basis of sex.
We must continue to use our collective voice and pressure our representatives to stand up for what is right - regardless of party.
We must continue to be resilient and show our strength at the ballot box in 2020.
We must bring others to be counted by participating in the 2020 US Census, to register to vote, and exercise the privilege to vote.
We must continue to resist and fight hate - even when it comes from the highest office in our country.
Each one of these actions create the momentum to an inclusive, participatory society. They create America.
Please join HONOR PAC in advancing our rights and fight for the dignity of all living in and making this country and this world even greater.
President, HONOR PAC