The Gay Agenda 2016: All Fronts

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Juan Ahonen-Jover, Ph.D., is an entrepreneur who did well and is now doing good. He is an innovator and avid advocate for LGBT rights. He has dedicated the last decade to pursuing the greater good and works diligently with numerous groups and organizations to achieve these ends. He is creator and cofounder of eQualityGiving, ActOnPrinciples, eQualityThinking, Loving Everywhere, and the convener of the Omnibus Bill and the Dallas Principles. He continues to look for new and effective ways to promote the fundamental principle that everyone should be treated equally under the law.

Ahonen-Jover was awarded a Fulbright fellowship and obtained his education in supercomputers and business at Stanford University. He holds four advanced degrees, is fluent in four languages, and is author of a book on computers, as well as multiple titles in his growing Gay Agenda series.

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The Gay Agenda 2016: All Fronts

Authored by Juan Ahonen-Jover Ph.D.

The Gay Agenda 2016: All Fronts takes a close look at the current state of affairs in our nation to determine, and detail, what needs to be done in 2016 to advance the LGBT equality movement after the marriage victory. Now in its fifth year, the most recent edition in an ever-evolving series that's been stirring controversy and raising awareness emphasizes the progress made over the past few years, reminds readers that their job is not done yet, and calls advocates to action to continue the fight for full LGBT equality across the US. A highly informative and insightful text, The Gay Agenda 2016 is sure to appeal to a very broad audience. Both conservatives and liberals alike will appreciate its painstaking attention to detail, and those sensitive to the LGBT movement will find it a great source of inspiration and comfort. It will also prove an invaluable resource to LGBT individuals, their friends and families still struggling to understand and embrace their sexual orientation and identity.

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1533132291 / 9781533132291
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US Trade Paper
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6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Civil Rights

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