Tuesday, 6 July 2010

U.S. Department of State annual Human Rights Report - request for stories

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By Antoine Craigwell

The U.S. Department of State is in the process of collecting narratives/stories of incidences of members of the LGBT community who have suffered religious, cultural, and sexual discrimination and persecution, for their annual Human Rights Report, which provides information to the global community on the state of human rights, especially LGBT rights, in countries and to which companies, corporations, NGOs and others look for guidance on investment, tourism, and funding.

At the request of a member of the U.S. State Department, I am collecting accounts/narratives/stories. If you know of anyone who has suffered any form of discrimination, please send a short account of the circumstances of the action against you in a narrative/story to me:

Antoine Craigwell - antoineb25720@gmail.com

These stories help to inform the world about issues of discrimination, abuse, persecution, bigotry and hatred, especially if motivated by religious zealots, fanatics, devotees, practitioners, followers, pastors and reverends against any member of the LGBT community or anyone who works for or in the LGBT community.


Antoine B.
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