Chris Johnson reports at the Washington Blade:
In recognition of Pride Month, U.S. Attorney General William Barr held a closed-door meeting with LGBT attorneys and law enforcement officials who work for the U.S. Justice Department and heard about ongoing anti-LGBT workplace concerns within the FBI and the Bureau of Prisons, sources familiar with the meeting told the Washington Blade exclusively.
At a time when the Supreme Court is set to determine whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 covers anti-LGBT discrimination, Barr also read a short statement prepared by the LGBT employees asserting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity is “anathema.” Barr’s meeting with LGBT employees stands out in the Trump administration, which is widely seen as hostile to LGBT rights.
Hit the link for much more about the meeting, which reportedly happened at Barr’s request. As far as I can tell, not one Trump administration agency has issued a formal recognition of Pride Month, which was routine during the Obama years.