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domingo, 20 de julio de 2014

Coleraine teacher says homophobia is a persistent problem

Coleraine teacher says homophobia is a persistent problem
 - Homophobic bullying does not just affect people who identify as LGBT. In schools, it can directly affect any young person whose life choices, interests ...

End LGBT Discrimination in the Workplace

End LGBT Discrimination in the Workplace
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South Australia Government plans review of adoption laws for same-sex couples

South Australia Government plans review of adoption laws for same-sex couples
 - Victoria and Queensland are currently reviewing their bans on adoption by same-sex couples, but allow adoption by LGBT individuals. The SA State ...

LA Clippers guard Reggie Bullock's transgender sister murdered

LA Clippers guard Reggie Bullock's transgender sister murdered
 - In light of the news, Christopher Argyros, Manager of the Los Angeles LGBT Center's Anti-Violence Project, issued statement saying, “Our hearts are ...

Church worker fired for being gay sues diocese

Church worker fired for being gay sues diocese
 - The lawsuit follows the announcement that President Barack Obama will be signing an LGBT-inclusive anti-discrimination executive order on Monday.

Transgender woman's death draws national attention, calls for justice

Transgender woman's death draws national attention, calls for justice
 - On Thursday, former Ravens linebacker and outspoken LGBT advocate Brendon Ayanbadejo also commented on Henderson's killing, writing on ...

LGBT Community More Likely to Drink & Smoke, Hispanic Lesbians and Bisexual Women Inclined ...

LGBT Community More Likely to Drink & Smoke, Hispanic Lesbians and Bisexual Women Inclined ...
 - More likely to smoke, drink excessively and experience serious psychological distress are lesbians, gays and bisexual individuals, when compared to ...

The Second Amendment works!

The Second Amendment works! 
 - Liberals tell us that if we will just throw more money at education, that will fix America's education problem. America has been doing that for 40 years ...

Soldiers Are Seeking Care For PTSD, Depression More Frequently Now, As Stigma Of Mental ...

Soldiers Are Seeking Care For PTSD, Depression More Frequently Now, As Stigma Of Mental ...
 - U.S. soldiers suffering from a mental disorder are far more likely to seek out mental health services than they were a decade ago. Photo courtesy of ...




12 African-American men seek to join case involving strip

12 African-American men seek to join case involving strip
 -  Twelve African-American men who say they were subjected to illegal strip and cavity searches by Milwaukee police want to join one of several ...

What Rand Paul Gets About Race

What Rand Paul Gets About Race
 - But ridding themselves of Johnson did not mean that Republicans got back the black vote. Black Americans deserted the Goldwater GOP en masse, ...

Diversity becoming 'new normal' for TV networks

Diversity becoming 'new normal' for TV networks
 - In NBC's State of Affairs, Alfre Woodard plays a female black American president. In ABC's How To Get Away With Murder, Viola ...

Haiti Progresses, Reaches Millennium Development Goals Ahead of 2015

Haiti Progresses, Reaches Millennium Development Goals Ahead of 2015
 - As United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon wrapped up a visit to the Caribbean nation earlier this week, poverty reduction was a central theme ...

Ban to travel to Haiti, Dominican Republic with focus on health, poverty reduction

Ban to travel to Haiti, Dominican Republic with focus on health, poverty reduction
 - In Haiti, he will visit a village in the Central Department to launch, with ... He will also visit "Quisqueya sin Miseria," an anti-poverty initiative focusing on ...

Some Minorities With HIV, AIDS Were Least Likely to Take Rx

Some Minorities With HIV, AIDS Were Least Likely to Take Rx
 - According to new research, African-American and Latino people with HIV or AIDS were the least likely to take medication that could ...