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GayBusinessWorld - Gay Small Business - Lesbian Small Business - gay & lesbian business web site (gay & lesbian small business and entrepreneurs)
www.gaybusinessworld.com, 22 Jan 2006 [cached]
According to Elliott Bronstein, Public Information Coordinator for the Seattle Office for Civil Rights, it is illegal in Seattle for a business to discriminate based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
"Sexual orientation and gender identity are two of the protected classes listed under Seattle's anti-discrimination ordinance," he
Health Information from Natural Solutions Radio --
www.naturalsolutionsradio.com, 1 May 2004 [cached]
Elliott Bronstein, spokesperson for the Seattle Office for Civil Rights, says sexual orientation was included among a longer list of protected classes when the city first adopted an ordinance in October 1973.
Hear from Elliot Bronstein, ...
jew-ish.com, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Hear from Elliot Bronstein, spokesman for the city's Office of Civil Rights about how you can increase equity within your community, as well as information about the city's dedicated initiative to increase equality, promote tolerance, and train city employees and contractors on how to avoid the pitfalls of prejudice.
The Seattle Times: Local News: Group cites rising violence, harassment directed at Muslims
seattletimes.nwsource.com, 4 May 2004 [cached]
Elliot Bronstein, spokesman for the Seattle Office of Civil Rights, said he has not noticed "any particular upswing in the number of incidents, especially in the last year." He
said the city was involved in a number of outreach efforts immediately after the 9-11 attacks and worked with a number of Muslim community leaders in a show of solidarity.
"In some instances, however, employment remains a problem, particularly among those who wear traditional Muslim clothing," he
Elliott Bronstein, the white ...
www.ipandora.net, 14 June 2009 [cached]
Elliott Bronstein, the white spokesman for Seattle's Office of Civil Rights and on a task force "to end institutional racism within City government," said the column was "a galling insult to many parents with school-age children."
'They have endured a system run mostly by whites and on white terms,' he
wrote. 'And for them to be told, 'Oh, it's the District, they're obsessed with race over there.
They are driving us farther apart.'