Peach State, We're Late!

Georgia is one of only a few states that have no civil rights law protecting people from discrimination in public spaces, in the workplace, or in housing. And because LGBTQ people aren’t protected under federal law, LGBTQ Georgians are especially vulnerable to discrimination. Enacting explicit nondiscrimination protections would make Georgia an even better place to live and raise a family—regardless of one’s faith, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or military status. Sign the pledge below to join our call for an LGBTQ-inclusive civil rights law and tell lawmakers: Peach State, We’re Late!

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How Georgia Lags Other States on Civil Rights Protections
No protections in public Georgia is one of five states with no law prohibiting racial and religious discrimination in businesses open to the public.
No protections at work Georgia is one of three states with no law prohibiting racial and religious discrimination among private employers.
No protections at home Georgia has no law that prevents refusing to rent or sell a home to someone based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Source: Liberty and Justice in Georgia: Protecting Our Heritage and Growing Our Competitive Future

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