How do we sustain this accelerated pace within the creative industry, and make equality and inclusion a sustainable part of creativity?
Argentina has become first country in South America to rollout identification cards for non-binary citizens, who don't wish to identify as male or female.
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In an Instagram video post, Las Vegas Raiders player, Carl Nassib announced that he is gay, making him the first ever active NFL player to come out.
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In Chicago and other cities, activists used LGBTQ+ urban social and professional networks established during the HIV/AIDS pandemic to tackle COVID-19.
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