The politics of pride month

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Jun 17 · 4 min read
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These persistent inequalities are, in many ways, the consequence of feelings of social group membership and the tendency by dominant groups to prefer their own in-groups at the expense of perceived out-groups.

Federal law provides no protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity for non-federal employees.


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Excerpts and articles from Oxford University Press delving into the heart of modern politics, international relations, and political history.