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Though the gay rights movement in the United States has seen huge progress in the last century—especially the last two decades—a new report highlights a bleak reality: LGBTI people are more likely than their peers to live in poverty. The report from the LGBTQ Poverty Collaborative finds that the needs of low-income LGBTI communities are not being fully served by mainstream anti-poverty organizations or by LGBTI advocacy groups. The study shows how indicators of economic disparity including food insecurity, housing instability, low-wage earning potential, and unemployment and are all heightened for LGBTI identified people.

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