Two words and a comma are (just about) all it would take to prohibit discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. But Bermuda has yet to make that simple amendment since the Human Rights Act first became law in 1981.

We are among the many Bermudians concerned about the fact that our country does not provide adequate protection under the law for all its citizens.

But if the history of the human rights movement is marked in part by failures on the part of our political leadership, it has also seen some remarkable successes driven by ordinary people taking the lead.

We are taking the lead through human rights education and, where necessary, political action.

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