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martes, 19 de noviembre de 2013

Why Transgender Health Care Needs Are Not A Laughing Matter

Why Transgender Health Care Needs Are Not A Laughing Matter - In a recent opinion piece for the New York Times, Lori Gottlieb – a self-confessed Obamacare skeptic – expresses her dismay about the Affordable Care Act by ...

8 New Jersey cities score well in LGBT equality

8 New Jersey cities score well in LGBT equality - Jersey City Gay Pride 2011 A new report on LGBT equality in America's cities was just released and New Jersey did well. But Jersey City was the only perfect ...

Homophobia Is Not a Muslim Teaching

Homophobia Is Not a Muslim Teaching - This is the second year when columnists at the Calgary Herald have raised alarm at the speakers invited by the Muslim Council of Calgary. Last year concerns ...

'Modern Family's' Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Tie The Knot announce ...

'Modern Family's' Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Tie The Knot announce ... - All proceeds from the sale of the bow ties will be donated to charities promoting marriage equality on behalf of the LGBT community. Each tie retails at $25, .




Fighting back against the global LGBT agenda: the resistance arises

Fighting back against the global LGBT agenda: the resistance arises - The LGBT movement scored enormous victories with the legalization of ... It no longer makes sense to speak of an LGBT “community” or “movement” but rather a ...

LGBT Investors Are More Optimistic About The Economy, Personal ...

LGBT Investors Are More Optimistic About The Economy, Personal ... - Investors from the LGBT community are more optimistic than others about the economy and their personal finances, a report by financial services firm UBS has ...

American Education Week celebrates with a call for national public ...

American Education Week celebrates with a call for national public ... - It's a challenge that is the focus every year during American Education Week, ... Every child in America to have access to quality public education, regardless of ...

Albany's racial injustice

Albany's racial injustice - The city resolves the case on one African-American man blocked from a job, but the ... again exposed: the glaring racial imbalance in Albany's firefighting ranks.

Oprah plays Obama race card

Oprah plays Obama race card - Today, Obama is getting kid glove treatment from the media that exposes true racism which is unfair to the President and all African Americans. Obama should ...

Is White Supremacy Making a Comeback?

Is White Supremacy Making a Comeback? - I appreciate where they're coming from, given this nation's racial history. Black Americans have long, painful memories. The rise of white nationalism is nothing ...

Majority White Sorority at Univ. of Alabama Elects Its First Black ...

Majority White Sorority at Univ. of Alabama Elects Its First Black ... - Following recent allegations of racial discrimination within the Greek system at the ... I guess I never really thought about, 'Oh, I'm the first African-American that ...

CBC Chairwoman: Race a Factor in Filibusters

CBC Chairwoman: Race a Factor in Filibusters - Fudge says she thinks race is a factor in Senate filibusters. ... Minutes after Senate Republicans blocked confirmation of an African-American judge to the D.C. ...

Redistribution goes to rich as often as poor

Redistribution goes to rich as often as poor - According to the United States Census Bureau, in 2012 there were 46.5 Americans living in poverty. The poverty rate, 15%, has fallen slightly from its peak but is ...

American basic income: An end to poverty?

American basic income: An end to poverty? - No, the imposition of a totalitarian regime. To effect this, government would need to "nationalize" or sieze every business in America, becomimg the de facto ...

New York Mayor Recognized for Poverty Fight

New York Mayor Recognized for Poverty Fight - I think it's fair to say that no American city has battled poverty more directly, or with more determination and innovation, than New York. And while poverty in our ...

Paul Ryan, GOP's budget architect, sets his sights on fighting ...

Paul Ryan, GOP's budget architect, sets his sights on fighting ... - Next year, for the 50th anniversary of that crusade, Ryan hopes to roll out an anti-poverty plan to rival his budgetary Roadmap for America's Future in scope and ...

The purpose behind an Education

The purpose behind an Education - The word 'education' comes from the Latin educatio which means 'a bringing up'. Right before the academic year begins, one sees long queues snaking down ...

Chicano professor asked to write a song for Univision

Chicano professor asked to write a song for Univision - The lyrics in the song call out every country in Latin American to say education is out there, and to go and get it and keep on knocking on the door until a goal is ...

Clifton elects first Latino to public office

Clifton elects first Latino to public office - In 2010 people of Hispanic background numbered over 25,000 and represented 30 percent of the city population, according to U.S. Census statistics.

World Diabetes Day: More Than 3 Million US Hispanics Affected By ...

World Diabetes Day: More Than 3 Million US Hispanics Affected By ... - “The battle to protect people from diabetes and its disabling, life-threatening ... 3.2 million Latino adults – 13 percent of the overall Hispanic population – is living ...

Are There No National Latino Leaders?

Are There No National Latino Leaders? - Besides, we don't know if these people are trying to represent us, anyway. There are two types of Latinos in America, "the 25-year-old said, spanning her arms ...

Chile's Bachelet will have tightrope to walk in new term

Chile's Bachelet will have tightrope to walk in new term - Her previous term running Latin America's economic standout was moderate and she navigated Chile through the 2008 crisis. However on education, tax and ...

US Secretary of State John Kerry addresses OAS

US Secretary of State John Kerry addresses OAS - Several countries recorded substantial declines in poverty and indigence and, for the first time, the number of people in poverty in Latin America is now equal to ...

Visit to Haiti renews charity's drive for aid

Visit to Haiti renews charity's drive for aid - And even as the two Ahwatukee residents realized the need to feed the hungry, it was all the more apparent in Haiti where poverty is exacerbated since the ...

Researchers: Blacks, Latinos, young people faced 'significantly ...

Researchers: Blacks, Latinos, young people faced 'significantly ... - Did you have to stand in line for hours to cast your vote in 2012? It seems if you are Black, Latino or a Millennial, you waited in line longer than anyone else.