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martes, 8 de octubre de 2013

11 Rappers Who Support LGBT Rights

11 Rappers Who Support LGBT Rights - October happens to be LGBT History Month in the United States. It is a month-long observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history and the ...

LGBT History Month profile: Activist and author Joseph Beam

LGBT History Month profile: Activist and author Joseph Beam - Joseph Beam was a gay rights activist who helped build a black LGBT community in the 1980s. He was the editor of “In the Life,” the first collection of nonfiction ...

WATCH: 'Un-American' Rainbow Flag at Tenn. College Raises ...

WATCH: 'Un-American' Rainbow Flag at Tenn. College Raises ... - An LGBT student group at Middle Tennessee State University is standing by its history exhibit inside a campus library, where the group hung a flag modeled ...

USA: Supreme Court May Take On More LGBT Rights Cases This ...

USA: Supreme Court May Take On More LGBT Rights Cases This ... - Is the US Supreme Court set to make more history this session on LGBT rights? ... right to discriminate against LGBT people by designating that discrimination as ...

Ole Miss "Laramie Project" student actor responds to hecklers

Ole Miss "Laramie Project" student actor responds to hecklers - LGBT rights and equality are the new hurdle America is battling to overcome, and the student body's reaction to our show serve as a reminder of the work that ...

S.F. tackles dual challenge - being homeless and gay

S.F. tackles dual challenge - being homeless and gay - That was the consensus among hundreds of folks who streamed into the all-day event at the LGBT Community Center on Market Street, as well as the hundreds ...

How Being on Trial for Crimes Against Humanity Leads to a ...

How Being on Trial for Crimes Against Humanity Leads to a ... - Scott Lively, the man who inspired the Uganda “Kill the Gays” bill and who is now on trial for crimes against humanity, has announced via a statement on his ...

Primary Care Organization Seeks Public's Help in Reforming ...

Primary Care Organization Seeks Public's Help in Reforming ... - Tens of millions of uninsured Americans will gain needed coverage under the ... attention to the need to reform primary care education at institutions that train ...

US adults score below average on worldwide test

US adults score below average on worldwide test - WASHINGTON -- It's long been known that America's school kids haven't ... more than 60 percent of adults took part is either job training or continuing education.

American adults score below international average on global test

American adults score below international average on global test - WASHINGTON (AP) - It's long been known that America's school kids haven't ... The Education Department's Center for Education Statistics participated.

Costa Rica ranks third in Latin America in country brand evaluation

Costa Rica ranks third in Latin America in country brand evaluation - Costa Rica ranked first in three categories – Natural Beauty, Environmental Friendliness and Hotels and Resorts – although the company that performed the ...

The best and worst countries for older people

The best and worst countries for older people - Older people are faring the best in Nordic, Western European, North American and some East Asian and Latin American countries. Sweden is the best place for ...

Latin America Hotel Supply to Grow by 65 Percent

Latin America Hotel Supply to Grow by 65 Percent - The Latin American hotel industry will increase its room supply by 65 percent over ... supply may not meet the rapid expansion in these countries, the firm said.

Coca-Cola opens up its own stores in developing countries

Coca-Cola opens up its own stores in developing countries - The soft drink company is opening up what it is calling Ekocenters in developing countries such as Africa, Asia, and even North America and Latin America.

Mexico swoons and Brazil rallies in response to US shutdown

Mexico swoons and Brazil rallies in response to US shutdown - The US government shutdown is rippling across Latin America, seesawing ... A case in point: Tourism to some Latin American countries may actually get a boost ...

There may now be more billionaires in Africa than in Latin America

There may now be more billionaires in Africa than in Latin America - There may now be more billionaires in Africa than in Latin America ... its most successful asset is Dangote Cement, which operates in 14 countries and has a ...

Latin American Steel Industry leaders express concerns

Latin American Steel Industry leaders express concerns - André Gerdau specifically referred to the challenges of Brazil, host country of the meeting and the largest steel producer of Latin America. Among these ...

Is the US Latino Museum in trouble?

Is the US Latino Museum in trouble? - Some Latinos fear that a stronger selling point in Congress for the National Museum of the American People is that it would be built and operated strictly with ...

Preschool diversity lessons hope to cut down future prejudice ...

Preschool diversity lessons hope to cut down future prejudice ... - From an extreme standpoint, it can cut down on violence.” ... student body is diverse, represented by black, Asian, Hispanic, Armenian and multiethnic students.

Grassroots group HOLA pushes for reform during National Hispanic ...

Grassroots group HOLA pushes for reform during National Hispanic ... - ì(People who are not Latino) can learn about their own history and their country through knowing the Latin American immigrants, theyíre living that immigrant ...

Meet LGBT History Month icons Djuna Barnes and Joseph Beam ...

Meet LGBT History Month icons Djuna Barnes and Joseph Beam ... - Meet LGBT History Month icons Djuna Barnes and Joseph Beam | VIDEOS ... Discouraged by the lack of community for black gay men and lesbians, Beam ...

Ready for Hillary Names Quentin James as Black Americans Director

Ready for Hillary Names Quentin James as Black Americans Director - Ready for Hillary Names Quentin James as Black Americans Director ... Quentin joins a growing constituency team that includes LGBT Americans Director Lisa ...

Jimmy Carter: today's middle class resembles those who lived in ...

Jimmy Carter: today's middle class resembles those who lived in ... - Jimmy Carter: today's middle class resembles those who lived in poverty during his .... “The disparity between rich people and poor people in America has ...

Shutdown, Sequestered and Days of Awe

Shutdown, Sequestered and Days of Awe - Awe… that more than 1 in 5 children lives in poverty, including more than 42 percent of African American children under age 5, and 37 percent of Latino children ...

Ending Poverty Through Health Care

Ending Poverty Through Health Care - This is the reality for millions of Americans living in poverty today. We at Heartland Alliance, the leading anti-poverty organization in the Midwest, where I work, ...