Fairness Fort Worth, the group formed in the wake of last summer’s raid on the Rainbow Lounge, is asking LGBT people in Tarrant County to participate in a survey designed to “gather basic data on the makeup of our community.”
It will be kind of like “our own census,” said FFW’s David Mack Henderson. “This is essential information when we reach out to work with policy makers.”
The survey is also intended to get the perspective of LGBT Tarrant County residents on what they see as the “needs and goals of our community going forward.”
Participation is entirely anonymous, Henderson said, adding, “Please share three minutes with us to make Tarrant County a richer place for GLBT people who live, work and contribute to this corner we all call home.”
Fairness Fort Worth hopes to get at least 1,000 participants by mid-June and results will be available shortly afterward, Henderson said.
Go HERE to take the survey.