Standing Against Discrimination: A Fairer World’s Response to Archbishop Porteous’s Letter

Recently, a letter from Archbishop Julian Porteous of Hobart has sparked significant controversy and criticism. The letter, titled “We are Salt to the Earth,” has been circulated to Catholic school students across Tasmania and has been labelled as transphobic, homophobic, and draconian.

At A Fairer World, we are committed to building inclusivity, diversity, and respect for all individuals, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, or personal beliefs. The sentiments expressed in Archbishop Porteous’s letter are fundamentally at odds with our mission and values. We believe it is crucial to stand against discrimination.

At A Fairer World, we remain steadfast in our commitment to creating an equitable and supportive environment for all. Discrimination in any form is unacceptable.

We encourage our community and partners to join us in standing against discrimination and promoting inclusivity. Together, we can create a world where everyone feels valued and respected, regardless of their identity or beliefs.

Thank you for your continued support and dedication to making a fairer world for all.

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