In the wake of a debate as to whether the state of Indiana needs to add sexual orientation and gender identity to its civil rights code, Indy Politics takes a look at how Indianapolis’ Human Rights Ordinance works after being on the books for nearly ten years.
Discrimination complaints involving sexual orientation or gender identity make up less than ten percent of the complaints received by the city’s Equal Opportunity Office. Despite that local LGBT activist Chris Douglas says such a measure is needed.
You can hear him, as well Maxine Russell, who runs the EO Office in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. Each segment runs less than 15 minutes.