I just can’t stop saying “Hummel.”
It’s the name of the company.
The one I work for.
It’s an acronym for “Heavenly Handmade.”
But I’m not a big fan of the brand name, especially when I don’t even own a phone or a computer.
So I started searching for the brand.
That’s when I saw a quote on Facebook from a woman named Taryn Hill, who is the CEO of Hollaback, an organization that aims to combat discrimination against LGBTQ people in the United States.
“I just couldn’t resist,” Hill wrote in an email to me.
“It’s my favorite.”
Hill, a black woman who is also the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s LGBT Project, says she had been hearing a lot about the issue of LGBTQ discrimination in the US.
The LGBT community is underrepresented in the workforce, she said, and that’s often because of the stereotypes surrounding the LGBT community.
But Hill believes that the most recent presidential election was a turning point in the history of LGBTQ rights.
“The election of Donald Trump has given LGBTQ people a lot of hope,” Hill said.
“People in the LGBTQ community have been fighting for so long to be treated equally and to have equal rights.
It really did change things.”
Hill told me that the Trump administration has made strides in changing the law to protect LGBTQ people from discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, and public accommodations in schools.
She also says that LGBTQ people are no longer required to use a restroom that matches the gender on their birth certificate, as many states have done.
It was during this time that Hill started Hollabaket, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating awareness around the issue and advocating for a more inclusive workplace for LGBTQ people.
She says that she and her colleagues have been working for the past few months to raise awareness of this issue, including creating the Hollabachet campaign, a hashtag to use in social media posts that highlight the importance of LGBTQ equality.
“We’re very much in a time where there is a lot more visibility and a lot greater visibility of LGBTQ people,” Hill told us.
Hill believes the LGBTQ people have a long way to go to truly be equal to the rest of the population, and it’s important that people understand that we have a way to reach out and make sure that LGBTQ equality is not just an issue for the next election.
“As the next president, I hope that we are able to continue to see a greater number of LGBTQ voices speaking up,” she said.
Hill and her team are also hoping to educate the general public about the importance and the benefits of workplace diversity.
In a series of videos, Hollabacthet will highlight some of the positive benefits of being LGBTQ and highlight a few examples of how being LGBTQ can improve your life.
And in 2017, the company will launch a campaign called the HollaBachet Campaign, which will feature the hashtag #Heal the Planet, to inspire LGBTQ people to help save the planet.
I also recently had the pleasure of interviewing Hollabashut, Hollachet’s CEO, for the first time.
I was curious about how the company’s business and the company culture are changing, and I wanted to get a better understanding of the organization and what the future holds for it.
To that end, HollaBancheet, the non-profits first full-time employee, started working for Hollabacheet in early 2017.
Holla Bancheet is a small company that was founded in 2015.
In the company, Hollapack, the Hollachest, and Hollababaches mission is to help people change their lives for the better through their work and education.
I interviewed Hollabachut in October, and she told me about the challenges that Hollaba Banchet faces in getting people to talk about the LGBTQ issue in a productive way.
“There’s so much stigma in the industry right now,” Hollabechut said.
Hollabahts job is to educate people about the impact of the LGBTQ rights movement.
“In many ways, we’re trying to educate more people about this,” she added.
“Whether it’s about the rights of LGBTQ individuals or the rights for LGBTQ individuals, people are still not fully understanding how to talk to one another.”
The company’s mission, Hollack explained, is to provide an education platform that has a broad reach to anyone who needs it.
For example, she told us that Hollabancheet educates people about all aspects of the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, and class in the workplace.
The organization also educates employees about issues of race and gender and the impact they have on people’s lives.
“That’s one of the things we really want to do is provide people with the information that they need to be able to be successful in their