What are the effects of discrimination?
There is growing recognition that social prejudice and discrimination against lesbians and gay men take a cumulative toll on their well-being. Within lesbian and gay populations, those who more frequently feel stigmatized or discriminated against because of their sexual orientation, who feel compelled to conceal their homosexuality, or who are prevented from affiliating with other lesbian or gay individuals tend to report more frequent stress and other mental health concerns.
- Do Department of Justice (DOJ) Title VI implementing regulations prohibit both intentional discrimination and practices that have a discriminatory impact?
- Do other federal agencies have Title VI regulations that prohibit both intentional discrimination and practices that have a discriminatory impact?
- Why are LEP individuals protected from national origin discrimination under Title VI?