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domingo, 9 de marzo de 2014

Where is Mexico City's Gayborhood?

Where is Mexico City's Gayborhood?
 - The capital city has a notably large LGBT community, hosts the country's biggest Pride parade every June, and lately has seen a substantial civic ...

One Gay Man's Touching Plea for Equality in Utah

One Gay Man's Touching Plea for Equality in Utah
 - Late last month, a historic moment in Utah's LGBT history took place when more than 20 state officials and legislators met with LGBT people who ...

The whole world is watching

The whole world is watching
 - Today, anti-LGBT laws in Russia, Africa and Asia are also a focus of their work. ... It nurtures LGBT advocacy groups in countries where education and ...

Sex Workers' Rights are Trans Rights

Sex Workers' Rights are Trans Rights
 - author of Dean Johnson's Reading for Filth; and Ryan Thoreson, a JD candidate at Yale Law School with extensive experience with LGBT NGOs) to ...

Dalai Lama softens view on same-sex relations

Dalai Lama softens view on same-sex relations
 - Since a 1994 OUT Magazine interview — though the Dalai Lama has consistently called for respect and dignity for LGBT people — the Tibetan leader ...

Jackson reaches out to Latino community in mayoral bid

Jackson reaches out to Latino community in mayoral bid
 - Members of the Latino and Afroamerican community were present in a meeting that took place Friday night in the South Ward of Trenton where they ...

Fast-Changing Districts Could Impact November Elections As GOP Works To Neutralize ...

Fast-Changing Districts Could Impact November Elections As GOP Works To Neutralize ...
 - After seeing fast-growing Hispanic and Asian populations overwhelmingly back Democrats in 2012, Coffman embraced citizenship for people brought ...

Lent: Do young Latino Catholics care?

Lent: Do young Latino Catholics care?
 - Earlier this week, as I waited in line to renew my passport I saw people with ... I studied the Latinos in the crowd with the black ashy crosses on their ...

Lent begins and Latino Pope urges welcoming of immigrants, will we?

Lent begins and Latino Pope urges welcoming of immigrants, will we?
 - These people are, for some, villains. They are Latino, just like the new spiritual leader of their church, Pope Francis, who has called on everyone to ...

Health insurance deadline looms: Why Obama pitches Latinos

Health insurance deadline looms: Why Obama pitches Latinos
 - California's state-based exchange, which co-hosted Obama's event, has come under heavy criticism for lackluster efforts to sign up Latinos. People in ...




Calle 13 Dish On New Video Featuring Willie Mays, Combating Youth Violence In Puerto Rico

Calle 13 Dish On New Video Featuring Willie Mays, Combating Youth Violence In Puerto Rico
 - There's also a group of people making music just to confuse the people ... said Pérez, made before they connected with the people in Latin America.

Sen. Menendez: If Venezuela Collapses, It Will Have a Ripple Effect Throughout The Region

Sen. Menendez: If Venezuela Collapses, It Will Have a Ripple Effect Throughout The Region
 - J., spoke to Fox News Latino on Friday about some of the raging conflicts around the ... People say Putin is crazy – he's not crazy, he's crazy like a fox.

The silent minority

The silent minority
 - President Obama last week launched an ambitious program aimed at assisting young black and Latino men. The My Brothers Keeper initiative will ...

Latino unemployment stays stable in February

Latino unemployment stays stable in February
 - The rate rose because more people began seeking jobs but some didn't find them. That's still an encouraging sign: More job hunters suggest that ...

Nearly 80 percent of Latina high school grads go on to college

Nearly 80 percent of Latina high school grads go on to college
 - presence in education, Hector Sanchez, executive director of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement and chair of the National Hispanic ...