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LGBTQ 2019: Challenges, Cultural Competency and Awareness, Conflict, and Change

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Date Published

November 7, 2019


California Applicants' Attorneys Association




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Challenges: Challenges and discrimination faced by LGBTQ communities
• Cultural Competency and Awareness: Understanding appropriate vocabulary and accommodations in the workplace for LGBTQ inclusion and safety

• Conflict: Current state of CA law and Fed law protecting LGBTQ workers and workers with HIV-AIDS

• Change: Practice tips and considerations when advising and advocating for LGBTQ workers or workers with HIV-AIDS

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Laura Chiyono Rosenthal

Javier Rivera-Rosales

Tara Clark Newberry, Esq.

Nancy Hill, Esq.

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

LGBTQ 2019 - Video
LGBTQ 2019 - Paper
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