Across the country, members of the LGBTQ community are increasingly facing discrimination, and nondiscrimination policies are being threatened by anti-LGBTQ efforts to establish a "license to discriminate." On December 5, the U.S. Supreme Court heard the case of a bakery that denied service to a same-sex couple because they are gay, and a decision is expected by June 2018. That's why small business leaders nationwide are taking a stand to affirm they are #OpenToAll – and we want you to join us.
Small Businesses for LGBTQ Non-Discrimination Pledge: Small business leaders know that being open to the public means being open to everyone. Inclusion and diversity are critical to a thriving economy and dynamic workforce. Small business leaders across the country affirm the need for comprehensive nondiscrimination that prohibits unequal treatment against LGBTQ people and oppose all efforts to undermine or exempt businesses from the inclusive policies that benefit our businesses and our communities.
Please fill out the form below and add your name to the list of small business owners who oppose discrimination and support being #OpenToAll. Your business name and city will be listed on Freedom for All Americans’ website along with hundreds of other small businesses and organizations who support inclusive nondiscrimination policies.