In her New Hampshire concession speech on Tuesday, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton reiterated her support for LGBT rights.

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders crushed Clinton with a 20-point victory.

But supporters gathered to hear Clinton before she left the Granite State were buoyant and Clinton sounded optimistic about the next leg of her campaign.

“I want to begin by congratulating Senator Sanders on his victory tonight,” Clinton told the cheering crowd with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, and her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, by her side. “And I want to say, I still love New Hampshire, and I always will.”

Clinton talked about her plans for the economy, then added that ending discrimination was also a priority.

“We also have to break through the barriers of bigotry. African-American parents shouldn't have to worry that their children will be harassed, humiliated, even shot because of the color of their skin. Immigrant families shouldn't have to lie awake at night listening for a knock on the door. LGBT Americans shouldn't be fired from their jobs because of who they are or who they love. And let's finally deliver something long overdue, equal pay for women in this economy,” Clinton said to loud cheers.

Later in her speech, Clinton added that injustice demands action: “That is why I believe so strongly that we have to keep up with every fiber of our being the campaign for human rights. Human rights as women's rights. Human rights as gay rights. Human rights as worker rights. Human rights as voting rights. Human rights across the board for every single American.”