We believe in equal rights for all human beings.  A world with equal opportunities is the one most likely to produce the best results for everyone.  Equality requires freedom, and we must offer others the same freedom we desire for ourselves.  As we seek to build a better world we should hold each other to equitable standards that consider individual context.  Equality is a principle of fairness and of offering as many people as possible the keys for success.  Naturally, we oppose biases based on factors like race, gender, sexuality, or anything else clearly irrelevant to the issues at hand.  Equality is not the measure by which we bring some down, but the measure by which we try to bring all up.

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