A. Team B’s compromise or alternative to existing solutions within the homosexual community (a) There are many issues that affect homosexuals, lesbians, and bisexuals. (b) Should civil rights laws protecting employees from discrimination also outlaw discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation? (c) In 34 states, it is still perfectly legal for lesbian and gay employees to be fired simply because their employers discover, and disapprove of, their sexual orientation. (d) Many states have outlawed discrimination in the workplace against homosexuals. (e) The Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) has been proposed several times since 1996, failing each time under the Republican-controlled Congress despite broad bipartisan support. Its chances in the new Democratic Congress are perhaps better than they have ever been in the past. (f) Making changes in national corporate policy may do little good for lesbian and gay employees who work for local or regional corporations in socially conservative states, and there is no indication that public opinion for workplace discrimination is likely to backlash against the ENDA.
B. Team B organization, order and approach to week five assignment (a) Courtney Adams will submit his research and information on the issues, challenges, and opportunities experienced by homosexuals in the labor force (b) How society has constructed an homosexual’s identity 1. Brittany Wiggins will submit research and submit information on the following points. (a) The legal framework relating to this issue of homosexuals. (b) A summary of existing or proposed solutions of differing groups. She will also consider the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, corporate human resource departments, state or federal laws and regulations, political strategies, government agencies, religious groups, and grass roots organizations. 2. Mary Archie will research and submit the information...
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