LGBT Pride Month Timeline and Facts & Figures

June is LGBT Pride Month, so we’re offering youcultural-competence resources that provideinsight into evolving workplace diversity. We’ve included a downloadable timeline of important LGBT rights events as well asrelevant demographic facts you need to know.


Click the images below to download a PDF, or click these links to expand:LGBT Pride Timeline, which shows barriers that have been broken, major legislation and legal decisions, protests and landmark events impacting LGBT people and their allies; and LGBT Fact & Figureson demographics of open LGBT people; income/buying power/customer loyalty; and major LGBT people in business, sports, entertainment and politics.

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