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Do Unto Others: A Blueprint For Religious Leaders On Global LGBTI Rights

On Friday, September 29th, the United States cast a vote against a UN Human Rights Council resolution to ban the death penalty against LGBTI people, effectively jeopardizing LGBTI people’s lives around the world to preserve the death penalty at all costs. Though the US joined Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates and China in voting against condemning the death penalty to punish blasphemy, adultery—and consensual same-sex relations, the ban thankfully passed.

It is no secret that since the Trump Administration’s rise to power, the US has seen a rise of anti-LGBTI legislation and cultural expression. Read more.

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