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Delgado 1 Alexander Delgado Professor Debra Briggs ENC 1102 04 November 2010 Annotated Bibliography Badash, David. The New Civil Rights Movement . David Badash, Web. 4 Nov 2010. <http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/>. In the blog “The New Civil Rights Movement,” David Badash explains his opinions and thoughts concerning several topics pertaining to the LGBT world. This source is not really credible but does have many links to legit websites that have credible information. Equality Florida . Equality Florida, 04 Nov 2010. Web. 4 Nov 2010. <http://eqfl.org/about/>. Equality Florida is a great resource to find out what the organization is doing to improve the LGBT community locally and statewide. These programs include ending the Florida Gay Adoption Ban, making schools safer for LGBT students, and Domestic Partnership Policies. They also show the effectiveness of each program and what the future may bring. "IGLHRC: Our Issues." IGLHRC: International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission . International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission, 04 Nov 2010. Web. 4 Nov 2010. <http://www.iglhrc.org/cgibin/iowa/content/globalissues/index.html>. The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission writes for an educated audience and effectively promotes its beliefs in having equal rights for Gays and Lesbians. This site is quite interesting due to the fact the organization is mainly concerned with global issues and not just the United States alone, like other Human
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