Continuing the Fight for LGBT Equality: A Conversation with Anastasia Khoo

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As a big player in the movement for LGBT equality, the Human Rights Campaign has used all the tools they have to stop the recent anti-LGBT bills introduced across the south. From organizing celebrities and business leaders, to leading marches in the street, HRC is on the frontline of this movement. We talked with Anastasia Khoo, chief marketing officer for HRC and the brain behind many of their famous social media campaigns about this fight and what HRC is doing to win.

frank Finds: What Happened This Week

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The latest news worth knowing for change makers and movement builders.

frank Finds: What Happened this Week

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The latest news worth knowing for change makers and movement builders.

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The world’s largest minority is speaking out. This is what they have to say.

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Since September 2015, Berlin has classified queer refugees as a social group in need of special treatment and protection with regards to housing, therapy, and so forth, akin to pregnant women, unaccompanied children, and the disabled.