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Public Opinion and Discourse on the Intersection of LGBT Issues and Race

Public Opinion and Discourse on the Intersection of LGBT Issues and Race

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The full report takes a close look at current public opinion and the role of ethnic and new media in both perpetuating and challenging myths and biases about LGBT people.
The full report takes a close look at current public opinion and the role of ethnic and new media in both perpetuating and challenging myths and biases about LGBT people.

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Published by: opportunityagenda on Mar 15, 2012
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Opinion Research &Media Content Analysis
Public Opinion and Discourseon the Intersection of LGBT Issues and Race
 
The
Opportunity
Agenda
Acknowledgments
This research was conducted by Loren Siegel (
Executive Summary
,
What Americans Think about LGBT People, Rights and Issues: A Meta-Analysis of Recent Public Opinion
, and
Coverage of LGBT Issues in African American Print and Online News Media: An Analysis of Media Content 
); ElenaShore, Editor/Latino Media Monitor of New America Media (
Coverage of LGBT Issues in LatinoPrint and Online News Media: An Analysis of Media Content 
); and Cheryl Contee, Austen Levihn-Coon, Kelly Rand, Adriana Dakin, and Catherine Saddlemire of Fission Strategy (
Online Discourseabout LGBT Issues in African American and Latino Communities: An Analysis of Web 2.0 Content 
).Loren Siegel acted as Editor-at-Large of the report, with assistance from staff of The OpportunityAgenda. Christopher Moore designed the report.The Opportunity Agenda’s research on the intersection of LGBT rights and racial justice is fundedby the Arcus Foundation. The statements made and views expressed are those of The OpportunityAgenda.Special thanks to those who contributed to this project, including Sharda Sekaran, Shareeza Bhola,Rashad Robinson, Kenyon Farrow, Juan Battle, Sharon Lettman, Donna Payne, and Urvashi Vaid.
About
The Opportunity Agenda
The Opportunity Agenda was founded in 2004 with the mission of building the national willto expand opportunity in America. Focused on moving hearts, minds, and policy over time, theorganization works with social justice groups, leaders, and movements to advance solutions thatexpand opportunity for everyone. Through active partnerships, The Opportunity Agenda synthesizesand translates research on barriers to opportunity and corresponding solutions; uses communicationsand media to understand and inuence public opinion; and identies and advocates for policies thatimprove people’s lives. To learn more about The Opportunity Agenda, go to our website atwww.opportunityagenda.org.The Opportunity Agenda is a project of Tides Center.
FEBRUARY 2012
 
The
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Table of Contents
Executive Summary1
Summary of Findings3
Introduction
 
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Executive Summary
 
12Introduction
 
15
Methodology
 
16Findings
 
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30
Executive Summary
 
30
Major Findings
 
30
Introduction
 
32Methodology
 
37African-AmericanCommunity Newspapers Analysis
 
39
Overview
 
39Storylines
 
39Spokespeople
 
50
African-American Magazines Analysis
 
55
 Overview
 
55Storylines
 
55Spokespeople
 
61
African-American Online News Media
 
65
Overview
 
65Storylines
 
65Spokespeople
 
74
Dominant Narratives
 
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