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2757UrbanSocialites African American LGBT Community Survey http://survey.communitymarketinginc.com/se.ashx?s=359D342B1FE0DDD5&CMID=14

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  • Chris Frederson
    Feb 8, 2014
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    http://meakproductions.com/news09/images/UrbanSocialitesSponsorFlyer2009-Finalweb.pngWe would like to invite you to take the African American LGBT Community Survey. Participating in this study helps open minds and doors around the world, influences positive changes for our community, and will help provide valuable insights for Black Pride organizations and LGBT media around the U.S.
     
    Click here to start the survey, or paste the following into your browser:
     
     
    Everyone who completes the survey by March 8th 2014 may opt to be entered into a drawing to win one of five US $100 cash prizes, or if you win, you can designate a charity to receive the $100.
     
    Please forward this message to LGBT friends around the world who may be interested in participating. And please post it to your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn accounts!
     
    “Public Opinion and Discourse on the Intersection of LGBT Issues and Race,” shows that there remains a tension in the black and Latino communities between support for LGBT equality and a belief that it violates moral and religious principles. Just 36 percent of the country believes that being gay is a choice, but the report found that 47 percent of Black Americans believe homosexuality to be a choice. More Latinos believed that people are born gay than the total sample, the report said, with 52 percent of Latinos believing people are born gay, compared with 42 percent overall. One of the more interesting findings in the report is that most African Americans do not associate the community’s struggles for civil rights with the battle for LGBT rights.
     
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