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    • Chandni Patel Block B 11/15/11
      • Definition: Crimes against people identifying themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender experienced abusive attitudes
      • Quote: “The ongoing homophobia is hidden because of increased visibility of support for LGBT community.”
      • Statistic: Violent crimes against LGBT increased 61% last year
      • It is a name to describe the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender movement of the late 1960s
      • The liberation movement slowly opened doors to giving LGBT more rights
      • President Barack Obama signed the Matthew Shepard Act into law in 2009
      • This law adds acts of violence to people who are abusive to the LGBT
      • Texas upheld the privacy rights of people in homosexual relationship.
      • Advocates argue that everyone deserves the same rights
      • Many gays were discharged from their jobs
      • About 13,000 LGBT have been discharged from the military
      • These events are not just happening in U.S., but many other countries.
      • It is an adoption by lesbians and gays
      • Vermont and Massachusetts were the first two states to allow this
      • Florida, Utah, and Mississippi ban gays and lesbians to adopt
      • Advocates argue that there are many children waiting to be adopted
      • Same-sex couples are able to provide the children with stable homes and families
      • Historically, the U.S. is discharging gays from military
      • On December 22, 2010, after a long fight in Congress, president Obama signed the “Don’t Ask” and “Don’t Tell” policy
      • This policy gives LGBT more rights to serve their country without hiding their sexual orientation
      • Proponents argue that people should be judged on ability, not on sexual orientation
      • A marriage between the same biological sex or social gender
      • The first gay pride marches took place in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York.
      • Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, and Washington D.C. allow same-sex marriages.
      • One of the gay couples “… as more and more heterosexuals joins us, we all began to finally see that this was not really about being gay. It was about being human.” -Andrew Sullivan
      • An advisor lawyer counsels their clients about their legal rights and obligations
        • Beginning salary- 57,000 yearly
        • Average salary- 104,300 yearly
        • Potential salary- 166,400 yearly
        • Trends- increasing 13%
        • The potential advancement is about fast as the average
        • Related careers- judge, legal assistant, and law clerk
      • I went to River Hill High School
      • I researched Emergency Medical Technician/ Paramedic Academy
      • I chose this academy because it prepared students to have emergency skills
      • This academy could help me with my other career pathways
      • It is located at College Park
      • The yearly tuition is 22,433
      • The program requirements is a 21 or 15 credit certificate in LGBT studies
      • GPA of 3.25
      • Courses focused on literature and on personal, social, or political aspects
      • It’s mascot is terrapin
      • The number of students that attend University of Maryland is more than 37,000
      • The community service that I did was senior citizen service
      • I did senior citizen community service because I like helping the seniors and they really appreciate what everyone does for them. I also like it because I really enjoy spending some time with them.
      • Experienced at/worked at:
        • Babysitting
        • Dunkin Donuts
        • Giant as cashier
        • Kumon Center as a teacher
        • Accomplishments/awards:
        • Trained in First Aid
        • Fluent in French
      • University of Maryland
      • Everything about advisor lawyer
      • The graph of discharged gays