L GBT activists are not happy Apple views North Carolina as a possible site for e of its future campuses.
The state is currently boycotted by defense organizatis, businesses, and other governments. repeal a law that severely limits the civil rights of LGBT perss, Axios reported.
"North Carolina is e of the country's most hostile states to LGBTQ people, with no credible way to progress in the short term," said an activist Axios . "Under these cditis, it's hard to imagine that a company decides to take its operatis and thousands of employees there."
A bit of ctext: Governor Roy Cooper was partially elected promising to kill a limited law the rights of LGBT people. After being elected, Cooper signed a decree aimed at limiting discriminati, but this order maintained the ban cities from instituting their own regulatis protecting the LGBT community.
Last year, Aisha Moodie-Miles, CEO of the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, declared the Washingt Blade that the governor "threw the LGBT community under the bus . "
Apple has lg been a strg ally of the LGBT community. But activists worry that his decisi to build a campus in North Carolina could open "the floodgates for others who want to settle in states with anti-LGBT laws," according to Axios . the other hand, the press point pointed out that Apple will probably make the case that it can do more …