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miércoles, 9 de julio de 2014

LGBT ordinance has high-profile backers

LGBT ordinance has high-profile backers
 - The Baton Rouge Metro Council is — yet again — set to vote on a controversial fairness ordinance this month, which would bar discrimination in ...

Unity Fest celebrates LGBTs, remembers past

Unity Fest celebrates LGBTs, remembers past
 - LGBT people and allies united for St. John United Church of Christ's second annual Unity Fest. Speakers shared experiences that ...

Legislature's support for bills marks gay, transgender gains

Legislature's support for bills marks gay, transgender gains
 - Every year there seems to be more Republicans supporting LGBT-related legislation, and I think that reflects progress in the movement for LGBT ...

United Nations To Expand LGBT Marriage Benefits

United Nations To Expand LGBT Marriage Benefits
 - United Nations To Expand LGBT Marriage Benefits. The United Nations Secretariat will now provide full benefits to employees in same-sex unions, ...

Wade to step down as TransLife director

Wade to step down as TransLife director
 - A longtime advocate for homeless LGBT youth, Wade was previously associate director of the UCAN program and program manager for Teen Living ...

Chase LGBT Whistleblower Talks to Breitbart News

Chase LGBT Whistleblower Talks to Breitbart News
 - Search “Chase and LGBT” on the Internet, and you will see the controversial Chase employee survey on LGBT dominates the results. Moreover, the ...

LGBT homeless youth situation 'emergency,' says advocate

LGBT homeless youth situation 'emergency,' says advocate
 - One in five homeless youth in Toronto identify as LGBTQ, according to the city's most recent street needs assessment, which has led one person to ask ...

We must be inclusive to LGBT seniors

We must be inclusive to LGBT seniors
 - As we celebrate the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community this month in San Diego, I thought it was appropriate to bring ...

EPIX doc to chronicle LGBT Olympic athletes

EPIX doc to chronicle LGBT Olympic athletes
 - To Russia With Love, a documentary involving two generations of Olympic LGBT athletes and partially shot in secret during the Sochi Winter Games, ...

Long, dangerous journey for illegal immigrants into US fueled by violence in native countries

Long, dangerous journey for illegal immigrants into US fueled by violence in native countries
 - Guatemala City, the heart of the Mayan civilization, is the poorest country in all of Central America and one of the poorest in the entire world. And it is ...

3 charts that show America's poverty problems start at birth

3 charts that show America's poverty problems start at birth
 - A new Census report confirms a few longstanding childbearing trends: women are having children more and more outside of marriage, and more ...

What cell phone ownership says about poverty in America

What cell phone ownership says about poverty in America
 - Not too long ago, cell phones were considered a luxury or even a status symbol. Now, mobile phones are an increasingly basic necessity for Americans of all income levels. New data from the Centers for Disease Control finds that the majority of households in poverty also are cell phone-only homes — the only economic group studied for which that's true.




Is college education segregating US cities?

Is college education segregating US cities?
 - A new paper reports that economic well-being inequality in American metropolitan areas increased 67 percent from 1980 to 2000, primarily due to ...

America's cities are increasingly segregated by education, Stanford economist says

America's cities are increasingly segregated by education, Stanford economist says
 - This education and wage inequality reflects diverging economic growth – a nationwide "gentrification effect" – across America's urban landscape.

Will Continued Economic Inequality Bring Out The Pitchforks?

Will Continued Economic Inequality Bring Out The Pitchforks?
 - Socialism never took root in America because the poor see themselves not as an exploited proletariat but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.

A crisis in Central America

A crisis in Central America
 - gang violence and drug wars raging in their home countries, and they are ... Latin America never seems to capture much of our national attention, ...

Central America drug war a dire threat to US national security

Central America drug war a dire threat to US national security
 - Although there are a number of other countries I work with in Latin America and the Caribbean that are going in the same direction, the so-called ...




A social remedy against violence

A social remedy against violence
 - The sport is also associated with barras bravas in some Latin American countries and their counterparts in Europe – hooligans--, and with the ...

Discover these off-the-radar lodges of Latin America

Discover these off-the-radar lodges of Latin America
 - Vaya Adventures specializes in travel Latin America and they've made it their job to uncover the unknown and noteworthy throughout the continent.

Sutherland's Latin America Recipe is Not to Everyone's Taste

Sutherland's Latin America Recipe is Not to Everyone's Taste
 - We service every country in South America for global clients with a pricing structure that is specific to a client – it depends on the scope of the client,” ...

Chile's Wealth of Startups, And Its Problem Keeping Them

Chile's Wealth of Startups, And Its Problem Keeping Them
 - The program was one of the earliest in Latin America and its success has led other Latin American countries, like Argentina, Colombia, and Peru, ...

Latin American diplomats express their support to Argentina against vulture funds

Argentina puts faith in its footballing hero

Argentina puts faith in its footballing hero
 - As in many South American countries, football is an obsession here and most of Argentina's current national team came from these tough streets - but ...

Violence, not deferred action, behind border surge

Violence, not deferred action, behind border surge
 - Whereas Central American countries that are experiencing high levels of ... is to use the data on security levels in Latin America compiled by FTI Consulting, ... Not only do countries with the highest rates of homicide have the largest ...




Millicom International Cellular: Millicom Launches Mobile Education Service EduMe in Africa and ...

Millicom International Cellular: Millicom Launches Mobile Education Service EduMe in Africa and ...
 - Millicom's global educational service using mobile and internet technology to provide access to high quality education in Africa and Latin America.