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viernes, 16 de mayo de 2014

Green Party: LGBT equality is at stake in next week's European elections

Green Party: LGBT equality is at stake in next week's European elections
 - Green Party MEP for London Jean Lambert writes for PinkNews on why LGBT rights could be under threat if right-wing parties do well in next week's ...

What's it like being LGBT around the world?

What's it like being LGBT around the world?
 - Ahead of the International day against homophobia and transphobia on 17 May, we asked our readers what it's like to be LGBT in their country.




More than 2.7 billion people live in countries where being gay is a crime

More than 2.7 billion people live in countries where being gay is a crime
 - More than 1.3 billion people live in countries with some form of legal protection against discrimination against LGBT people, while 780 million live in ...

The evolving Voice of our community

The evolving Voice of our community
 - Today, our offerings to LGBT Texans include print, online, mobile, eblasts, a directory and social media. Our growth is nurtured by the relationships we ...

Scarboro United Church raising awareness of homophobia

Scarboro United Church raising awareness of homophobia
 - I think it's really particularly important for the church to do that because it has been at the hands of the church that a lot of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, ...

President of Costa Rica raises LGBT flag over Casa Presidencial

President of Costa Rica raises LGBT flag over Casa Presidencial
 - Marco Castillo, president of the Diversity Movement, a Costa Rican LGBT advocacy organization, said the gesture was a sign of hope of things to ...




Build society to cut inequality

Build society to cut inequality
 - Income inequality could be solved tomorrow, through government ... Putnam has spent much of his academic life as America's chief chronicler of ...

Clinton presses biz on income inequality

Clinton presses biz on income inequality
 - Clinton said upward mobility in America exists "where the fabric of ... at State highlighted that income inequality was a problem in America and abroad.

Who Can Afford College In America?

Who Can Afford College In America?
 - The rising cost of higher education is putting a degree out of reach for low-income and middle-class Americans, and it may even be proving too costly ..




EBay eyes Latin America with Spanish, Portuguese websites

EBay eyes Latin America with Spanish, Portuguese websites
 - English-language eBay.com is already accessed by two million people across Latin America who will now be able to search and browse in their native ...

Dominican Republic's 'empty bottles' diplomats under scrutiny

Dominican Republic's 'empty bottles' diplomats under scrutiny
 - Mexico, Latin America's second-largest country by population and GDP, has 21. Political patronage is a long-standing gripe in Latin America where ...

Costa Rica Air Quality Internationally Recognized by World Health Organization

Costa Rica Air Quality Internationally Recognized by World Health Organization
 - In Costa Rica one can breathe some of the cleanest air in all of Latin America. However, the country still requires that ...

Poll: Most Americans Support Death Sentence for Murderers

Poll: Most Americans Support Death Sentence for Murderers
 - Afro-American population, Hispanics and young people are way more often against the death penalty, than any other. Those who shared the views of ...

The Devil Goes 'Diablo': Study Shows Majority Of Latinos Believes In Spirits, Demons

The Devil Goes 'Diablo': Study Shows Majority Of Latinos Believes In Spirits, Demons
 - Around 39 percent of Hispanic Catholics believe in the so-called “evil eye” – a malevolent look that could injure or bring misfortune to the person at ...

School Segregation Peaks for Latino and Black Students 60 Years After 'Brown vs. the Board of

School Segregation Peaks for Latino and Black Students 60 Years After 'Brown vs. the Board of
 -  Topeka Board of Education decision that segregation by race is ... The report reveals that Black and Latino students are being marginalized in ...