Report: Increased Murders in 2011 of LGBTQ and HIV+ People
At least thirty people were killed last year in the United States either because of their gender identity or H-I-V status according to a report released yesterday.
The report’s authors found an eleven percent increase in murders of Queer-identified and H-I-V positive individuals over the previous year.
KBOO reporter Ross Freeman Levin spoke with Chai Jindasurat from the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs, who co-authored the report.
- Title: New Report Details Record Number of Murders in 2011 Due to LGBTQ and HIV Status
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