Earlier this year, you might recall, we made a big fuss about how the APA refuses to honor its non-discrimination policy, which clearly bans the use of sexual orientation in decisions concerning hiring and retention, among other things. There was a motion presented at the Pacific Division business meeting to ask the Board of Officers and National Office to enforce its policy as it currently stands or revise its policy to reflect its actual refusal to protect gay and lesbian philosophers from discriminatory hiring practices.
Looking at the minutes of the APA's most recent national board meeting, though, I don't see this issue mentioned anywhere. Anybody know what the status of this thing is? Should we be planning to present another motion at the E-APA in December?