2nd Vote brings you the main sponsors of Human Rights Campaign’s Atlanta Gala Dinner.
The Human Rights Campaign is holding its Atlanta Gala Dinner this Saturday, May 3. HRC is the largest organization working on behalf of the LGBT community and is a powerful voice in the fight against traditional marriage. For example, HRC was in large part behind Facebook’s decision to expand gender options. You don’t have to be just male or female on Facebook anymore; there’s now a customizable option with more than 50 different terms people can use to identify their gender as well as three preferred pronoun choices: him, her or them. The move was bolstered by an HRC report on gender-expansive youth.
HRC has recently announced a new push into the South with an $8.5 million campaign to promote LGBT initiatives and legal policies.
Several major companies that you spend your money with every day support HRC, and here is the list of main sponsors for tomorrow’s event. If you shop with these companies, make sure to let them know you don’t support your money going to radical left-wing groups like HRC.
Turner: A TimeWarner Company
Delta Air Lines – 1.5 2nd Vote Score
The Coca-Cola Company – 1.5 2nd Vote Score
Wells Fargo – 1.5 2nd Vote Score
The Home Depot – 1.8 2nd Vote Score
Alston + Bird LLP
NBC Universal – 1.5 2nd Vote Score