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Largest LGBTQ advocacy group and political lobbying organization in the United States. Wikipedia

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    Right-wing United States-based advocacy group, founded in 1997, in order to affect policy debate at the United Nations and other international institutions. Formerly known as the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute. Wikipedia


Sentences forHuman Rights Campaign

  • In June 2020, the label partnered with the Human Rights Campaign to present the 2020 Pride Benfit Concert, a livestream supporting LGBTQ equality in June.RCA Records-Wikipedia
  • That September, she was awarded the Ally for Equality award presented by the Human Rights Campaign, for her support of the LGBT community.Jennifer Lopez-Wikipedia
  • On July 30, 2015, the White House Office of National AIDS Policy revised its strategy for addressing the disease, which included widespread testing and linkage to healthcare, which was celebrated by the Human Rights Campaign.Barack Obama-Wikipedia
  • Advocacy for these issues, paired with the politically unpopular nature of the gay rights movement at the time, led to enthusiastic support for Clinton's election and reelection by the Human Rights Campaign.Bill Clinton-Wikipedia
  • Later that month, Gaga appeared in Human Rights Campaign's tribute video to the victims of the attack.Lady Gaga-Wikipedia
  • In the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) 2002 Corporate Equality Index, a measure of how companies treat LGBT employees and customers, gave Wal-Mart Stores Inc. a score of 14%.Walmart-Wikipedia

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