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“Here’s What the Recent Anti-LGBTQ Legislation Means for Progress” News @ Northeastern

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Two members of WGSS faculty, K.J. Rawson, Professor of English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and Libby Adler, Professor of Law and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies weigh in on the host of new anti-LGBTQ legislation that have been introduced across the United States.

“That is where we see the challenge and the cost of progress, the burden of those costs are not equally shared by all,” says Professor K.J. Rawson. 

Read more about what Professors Rawson and Adler have to say here.

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