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About The Author

Surina Khan is Associate Analyst at Political Research Associates. Her research and writing has been published widely in periodicals, including Sojourner, The Boston Phoenix, The Worcester Phoenix, Gay Community News, Boston Magazine, The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review, and The Washington Blade, among others.

Acknowledgments

PRA, NGLTF, and EPF gratefully acknowledge the support of the funders who helped make possible the research, writing, and distribution of this report. They include: the Astraea National Lesbian Action Foundation, the Columbia Foundation, the Deer Creek Foundation, the Gill Foundation, the Joyce Mertz-Gilmore Foundation, the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, Division of the American Missionary Association, and several individual donors.

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