Human Rights Campaign declares national state of emergency for LGBTQ+ people

The Human Rights Campaign declared a national state of emergency for LGBTQ+ people on June 6. This declaration came after several attacks and discriminatory laws targeting the community across the country. The LGBTQ+ community has experienced a rise in violence and discrimination, including several deaths due to hate crimes.

According to the Human Rights Campaign, the situation is dire, and urgent action is needed to protect the rights and safety of LGBTQ+ people. The group called on lawmakers and law enforcement to take immediate action to protect vulnerable members of the community.

The national state of emergency declaration highlights the urgent need for action to protect the LGBTQ+ community. The Human Rights Campaign urged people to contact their elected representatives and demand that they take action to protect vulnerable members of the community.

Several LGBTQ+ advocacy groups have joined the call for action, including GLAAD and the National LGBTQ Task Force. The groups are calling on all Americans to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community and to fight for their rights and safety.

The national state of emergency declaration serves as a warning to lawmakers and officials that the situation is urgent and that immediate action is needed to protect the lives of LGBTQ+ people. The Human Rights Campaign is urging everyone to take action and to speak up for the rights and safety of the LGBTQ+ community.