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domingo, 23 de febrero de 2014

As the Olympic flame is extinguished in Sochi, homophobia is still burning bright

As the Olympic flame is extinguished in Sochi, homophobia is still burning bright
 - The world's gaze over the past two weeks, and in the run up to the Games, has thrown a blinding light on how LGBT people in Russia are hunted and ...

Discredited Regenerus Study Was Funded by the Heritage Foundation

Discredited Regenerus Study Was Funded by the Heritage Foundation
 - The "Regenerus Study" that right wing groups are using to beat up LGBT groups and marriage equality legislation around the country was planned ...

LGBT Youth Face Higher Cancer Risk

LGBT Youth Face Higher Cancer Risk
 - LGBT youth may be facing a higher cancer risk than their heterosexual peers, according to a recent report from City College of New York psychologist ...

Gay Travel: Will Myanmar Become a Romantic LGBT Destination?

Gay Travel: Will Myanmar Become a Romantic LGBT Destination?
 - Myanmar tolerates its first public gay marriage in the country, even though officially its not allowed . Myanmar may be developing to another romantic ...

Sochi Will Be Remembered as Gay Olympics

Sochi Will Be Remembered as Gay Olympics
 - It began last year in a shot heard round the world at members of the LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender) community, with passage of a statute ...




Venezuela tops Latin America in car accident fatalities

Venezuela tops Latin America in car accident fatalities
 - Venezuela ranked first in the number of car accident fatalities among Latin American countries, according to a study by the University of Michigan (UM) ...

More African Americans need to participate in clinical trials

More African Americans need to participate in clinical trials
 - David Satcher is honorary chairman of the African American Network Against Alzheimer's and a former surgeon general of the United States.

2014 Character Education

2014 Character Education
 - The Afro-American Newspapers' Character Education program is designed to promote positive character traits in our public school students.

Hispanic ministries reaching out to LGBT communities

Hispanic ministries reaching out to LGBT communities
 - Hispanic ministries reaching out to L.G.B.T communities ... Members of the lesbian, bisexual, gay and transsexual community combine with Houston's ...

Pope appoints new cardinals from 'places of poverty'

Pope appoints new cardinals from 'places of poverty'
 - Some are drawn from places of real poverty: Burkina Faso, Haiti and the Philippines. The voice of those who live among and care for the poor is a ...




Global leaders call on Haiti's feuding factions to salvage talks, elections

Global leaders call on Haiti's feuding factions to salvage talks, elections
 - said the ongoing disagreement between Martelly and the opposition is leaving social problems unattended, and puts a poverty-stricken Haiti at risk ...

Venezuelan violence has roots in obscure incident

Venezuelan violence has roots in obscure incident
 - Major Venezuelan cities have been roiled by violent protests in recent days but the unrest actually began far from ...

Santiago third best city in South America for foreign professionals

Santiago third best city in South America for foreign professionals
 - Perhaps within Latin America [education standards] can be considered as pretty competitive, but at an international level even the private and ...

Cuba to Host Events Dedicated to Special Education

Cuba to Host Events Dedicated to Special Education
 - Cuba will host several international events linked to special education, ... Director of the Center of Latin American Reference for Special Education...

Southern Poverty Law Center Alleges North Carolina Schools are Discriminating Against Immigrants

Southern Poverty Law Center Alleges North Carolina Schools are Discriminating Against Immigrants
 - Using only initials for identification, the SPLC detailed attempts by two Latin American immigrants to enroll in school, only to be turned down for ...