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jueves, 1 de mayo de 2014

Hate the Gays, Hate the Capitalists

Hate the Gays, Hate the Capitalists
 - In particular, the right to discriminate, especially against LGBT people, is one they want protected. Others, however, do not have the reciprocal right to ...

LGBT community not welcome at Kentucky shop, but guns are

LGBT community not welcome at Kentucky shop, but guns are
 - A Kentucky shop plastered stickers on its front door, including one with a crossed out rainbow flag – a symbol of gay pride – suggesting it might refuse ...

After One Year Of Civil Unions, Colorado LGBT Still Look To Full Marriage

After One Year Of Civil Unions, Colorado LGBT Still Look To Full Marriage
 - However, LGBT advocates are still fighting for marriage equality in the state. Since becoming legal, Denver County has issued 859 civil union licenses ...

Biden gets out in front of Obama on LGBT discrimination

Biden gets out in front of Obama on LGBT discrimination
 - Vice President Joe Biden appeared to once more pull ahead of his boss on LGBT equality, this time telling the Huffington Post that he couldn't see any ...

What's Next In The Fight For LGBT Equality In Sports?

What's Next In The Fight For LGBT Equality In Sports?
 - It was the moment LGBT advocates and their allies in sports had been waiting for — the first openly gay man in any of the four major American team ...




Veteran Offers Up His Burial Plot So That A Lesbian Couple Can Rest In Peace

Veteran Offers Up His Burial Plot So That A Lesbian Couple Can Rest In Peace
 - I honestly couldn't care less if somebody is gay, or 'straight' for that matter, just as I couldn't care less about somebody's anti-LGBT views,” Johnson .

Columbus or Native American Day?

Columbus or Native American Day?
 - In 1989, South Dakota decided to change its name for the October holiday “Native American Day”, and keep it as a non-work day devoted to educating ...

Pentagon vows to untwist black hairstyle controversy

Pentagon vows to untwist black hairstyle controversy
 - The Pentagon will review its policies on hairstyles following backlash from African-American soldiers, who said the Army's ...

Trend Shows Star Athletes Finally Fighting for Social Rights, Again

Trend Shows Star Athletes Finally Fighting for Social Rights, Again
 - You'll notice the entire first page of information is filled with reports of Tommy Smith and Juan Carlos, two African-American track athletes famous for ...




Speaking your mind isn't all it's cracked up to be

Speaking your mind isn't all it's cracked up to be
 - He has a checkered history as a landlord who allegedly didn't want to rent to Hispanics or African-Americans. His comments suggest disrespect for his ...

Pan-Africanism, Socialism and African American History

Pan-Africanism, Socialism and African American History
 - The trip was a tour in honor of African American History Month and had a special focus on the role of Africans in the overall struggle against ...

Health Has to Be a Bigger Part of the Conversation

Health Has to Be a Bigger Part of the Conversation
 - Most people associate Latino culture with delicious food, vibrant music, strong families and passionate people. These are flattering associations that ...

Minorities face greatest risk from chemical disasters, study says

Minorities face greatest risk from chemical disasters, study says
 - Black people and other minorities face the most exposure to chemical ... But black people are 75 percent more likely, and Latino people are 60 percent ...

Latin Americans most engaged in their work

Latin Americans most engaged in their work
 - It was the second consecutive year that the Latin Americans came out ahead ... which gleaned data from more than 6,000 companies in 155 countries.

Thai businesses encouraged to seek opportunities in Brazil

Thai businesses encouraged to seek opportunities in Brazil
 - Seamless trading in the global economy has opened up opportunities for every country to explore Latin America, and Brazil could be an efficient ...

Is Brazil outgrowing its status as an emerging economy?

Is Brazil outgrowing its status as an emerging economy?
 - As the largest economy in South America, Brazil is the UK's largest trading ... The 'Growth Acceleration Plan' aims to increase the country's energy ...

Despite 'progressive' politics, Latin America's indigenous veins are bleeding

Despite 'progressive' politics, Latin America's indigenous veins are bleeding
 - Left-wing, progressive politicians hold sway across Latin America, writes ... a confederation of Aymara and Quechua communities in the country. Rojas ...

Ministers of Latin America and Caribbean to Agree Actions to Eradicate Hunger

Ministers of Latin America and Caribbean to Agree Actions to Eradicate Hunger
 - Ministers of the 33 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean will meet in Santiago de Chile with the aim of agreeing on a set of common ...

Murder rate for Hispanics double that of Whites

Murder rate for Hispanics double that of Whites
 - from the Violence Policy Center reveals a shocking murder rate for Hispanics. ... More than 2/3 of all Hispanic murder victims are killed by guns.

Latino Murder Report: Homicide Rate for Hispanics Is More than Double that of Whites

Latino Murder Report: Homicide Rate for Hispanics Is More than Double that of Whites
 - Hispanic Victims of Lethal Firearms Violence in the United States is a comprehensive study on gun violence against Hispanics in America. It is based ...

Chile: Reforming Education

Chile: Reforming Education
 - For decades, Chile has been at the forefront of education reform in Latin America. The major international rankings conducted over the past decade ...

High School Graduation Rates Higher Than Ever, but Low-Income Students and Disabled Students ...

High School Graduation Rates Higher Than Ever, but Low-Income Students and Disabled Students ...
 - The state has the highest poverty rate in the nation, and the population is 61 percent non-Anglo. Fifty-two percent of the school age children are Latino, ...

For the First Time, More Latin Americans Are Middle Class Than Poor

For the First Time, More Latin Americans Are Middle Class Than Poor
 - Over the past decade, Latin America and the Caribbean have made tremendous progress in reducing poverty and in boosting shared prosperity.

High School Graduation Rates Higher Than Ever, but Low-Income Students and Disabled Students ...

High School Graduation Rates Higher Than Ever, but Low-Income Students and Disabled Students ...
 - The state has the highest poverty rate in the nation, and the population is 61 percent non-Anglo. Fifty-two percent of the school age children are Latino, ...

Giving Out” to LGBT Organizations of Color

Giving Out” to LGBT Organizations of Color
 - In 2009, Quincey J. Roberts and I decided to be the change we wished to see by creating the Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC). Since its founding ...