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miércoles, 2 de julio de 2014

First openly gay Lutheran Bishop to walk in San Diego's LGBT Pride Parade

First openly gay Lutheran Bishop to walk in San Diego's LGBT Pride Parade
 - Saturday, July 19, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s (ELCA) first openly gay Bishop Guy Erwin will walk in San Diego’s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Pride parade.

5 Great Movies About LGBT Middle Easterners

5 Great Movies About LGBT Middle Easterners
 - Israeli filmmaker Eytan Fox's bittersweet festival favorite The Bubble is not only a political tour de force but it is also one of the most touching and ...

The art world takes on Russia's regressive LGBT laws at Manifesta 10

The art world takes on Russia's regressive LGBT laws at Manifesta 10
 - The art world takes on Russia's regressive LGBT laws at Manifesta 10. From Nicole Eisenman's sexual paintings to Bruce Nauman's cat videos and ...




Burger King Unveils the Rainbow-Wrapped Whopper

Burger King Unveils the Rainbow-Wrapped Whopper
 - Burger King on Wednesday plans to launch a short film on YouTube in support of the LGBT community. The company filmed patrons of a Burger King ...

Second Employee Alleges Chase Bank Surveyed Staff's LGBT Loyalty

Second Employee Alleges Chase Bank Surveyed Staff's LGBT Loyalty
 - A second source has confirmed that JP Morgan Chase has asked each of its employees whether they are “an ally of the LGBT community,” which ...

Why LGBT views on marriage differ sharply from most Americans

Why LGBT views on marriage differ sharply from most Americans
 - Wells Fargo, led by President and CEO John Stumpf, surveyed LGBT investors and found their views on marriage differ sharply from most Americans.

Why I Don't Celebrate LGBT Pride Month

Why I Don't Celebrate LGBT Pride Month
 - June is LGBT Pride Month, and while I'm an out and proud lesbian of African descent, I choose not to participate in LGBT pride celebrations.

Fabulous Festival Brings LGBT Cinema to Burns Court

Fabulous Festival Brings LGBT Cinema to Burns Court
 - The event, not entering its fourth year, brings the best work from Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) film festivals in the United States, ...

What's Next in LGBT Law

What's Next in LGBT Law
 -  All of this progress (and one potential setback) does prompt one essential question, however: What's next for the LGBT community in the legal world?

Can you blame the poor for being poor?

Can you blame the poor for being poor?
 - More and more Americans believe that poverty is caused by circumstances that are beyond poor people's control, according to an NYC News/Wall ...

How to identify the poorest of the poor

How to identify the poorest of the poor
 - Most of the discussion focuses on how poverty is measured. .... the author's own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera America's editorial policy.

More Than Half of NYC Holocaust Survivors Living in Poverty Despite German Reparations

More Than Half of NYC Holocaust Survivors Living in Poverty Despite German Reparations
 - German reparations are a crucial means of support for many survivors in America living below the poverty line. In the New York region — where at ...

Carving the Path to “Gold” in Latin America

Carving the Path to “Gold” in Latin America
 - Inequality, poor infrastructure and declining trade are some of the problems that Latin America needs to overcome if ...

Invest in people, infrastructure and technology for future prosperity

Invest in people, infrastructure and technology for future prosperity
 - What can we learn from the American experience, where you have argued that growing inequality is linked to America's sluggish ...

Rising US inequality will trouble Hillary Clinton

Rising US inequality will trouble Hillary Clinton
 - The story behind the story is that America is in an era of rising inequality, with a few at the top doing fabulously well, but others are on a downward ...

The Poverty of Benevolence

The Poverty of Benevolence
 - A half-century ago, the Great Society promised to complete the civil rights revolution by pulling African-Americans into the middle class. Today ...

Join group in helping people in Central America

Join group in helping people in Central America
 - Join group in helping people in Central America ... least of which is the poverty and violence enveloping the lives of our Central American neighbors.

Dear Mexican: What if the U.S. had helped Latin America decades ago?

Dear Mexican: What if the U.S. had helped Latin America decades ago?
 - Primeramente, there would be an uproar across Latin America, ... in his right mind would want to be anything other than gabacho in this country?

Why conservatives should get a kick out of soccer

Why conservatives should get a kick out of soccer
 - Meanwhile, soccer's global appeal has enabled poor countries to properly participate in this profitable sport. South American and Latin American ...

Latin America better prepared for El Niño than in the past - report

Latin America better prepared for El Niño than in the past - report
 - Latin American countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Panama, Peru, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay have reduced their fiscal deficits and financing ...

Violence, poverty, is driving children to flee Central America to US

Violence, poverty, is driving children to flee Central America to US
 - factor pushing children north to the U.S. Overall, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador are among the poorest nations in Latin America with 30%, ...

Fifty years ago Civil Rights Act reshaped U.S

Fifty years ago Civil Rights Act reshaped U.S
 - He is a member of the last generation of African-Americans to have completed their entire primary and secondary education in segregated schools.

Racism is bad in Brazil if you're Black, unless you're visiting

Racism is bad in Brazil if you're Black, unless you're visiting
 - I'm American, and as an American, I'm essentially seen as White — except when it's not obvious that I'm American and then I'm Black again, a negao.

Four plead guilty to 'virtual' kidnapping fraud that duped Latino families

Four plead guilty to 'virtual' kidnapping fraud that duped Latino families
 - Four people pleaded guilty Tuesday to being part of a "virtual" kidnapping ring that duped 128 Latino families into paying ransom to free relatives from ...

Latino exhibition planned for Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

Latino exhibition planned for Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery
 - Portraiture Now: Staging the Self' is said to include works by creators who explore the ways that people negotiate and construct identities using ...