U.S. Cities Becoming Friendlier to Gays

It’s not just N.Y. and L.A.: A new human rights study gives several small cities top marks.  Mississippi cities were among the lowest on the list, with no city scoring higher than 16 points, and one city — Southaven — earning a score of zero. Alabama was close behind, with a high score of just 21 points and a zero for the city of Auburn.”

Source: www.usnews.com

The HRC is tracking the pace at which local laws and policies across the nation are changing to become more supportive and welcoming of LGBT citizens.  It’s great to see such substantial progress being made across the country with cities as diverse as Detroit, Dallas, and Louisville landing top scores of 100 points.

Dec, 18, 2015