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08/26/2014

Read: HRC tracks American pro-discrimination activists' international flights

by Jeremy Hooper

Over the past few years, as much attention has turned to the global LGBT rights fight and the often draconian threats that remain, a once little known group called the World Congress of Families has risen up as an odd little "all-star team" of American pro-discrimination activists eager to expand their reach. And unlike the U.S. Congress, this non-elected ban of self-appointed policy shapers is actually having a startling amount of success.

Which is why we need to pay attention. It's good to see the Human Rights Campaign keeping tabs:

HRC report on World Congress of Families


(h/t: Towleroad)

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