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domingo, 10 de agosto de 2014

HIV infections rise, thwart Brazil's AIDS efforts

HIV infections rise, thwart Brazil's AIDS efforts
 - That's half of all the HIV cases in all of Latin America. ..... said the fight against HIV must expand beyond safe-sex education: "We have to stop thinking ...

The Long Road toward Eradicating Child Labor in Latin America

The Long Road toward Eradicating Child Labor in Latin America
 - as 10 to work, so long as their jobs don't interfere with their education. ... In recent years, countries in Latin America and elsewhere have pledged to ...

Latino community prays after string of recent shootings

Latino community prays after string of recent shootings
 - Latino community prays after string of recent shootings ... Many people who did make their way to the festival say they're currently scared to go outside ...

Almost 10 million Americans changed race

Almost 10 million Americans changed race
 - Nearly 10 million Americans decided they would be a ... The census identifies races as white; black or African American; American ...

The Long Road toward Eradicating Child Labor in Latin America

The Long Road toward Eradicating Child Labor in Latin America
 - Children's access to education is hampered further by the cost of materials and having to travel long distances to attend school. In some cases, girls do ...

Latino Advocacy Groups and Polling Firm Disappointed by House Republican Immigration Bills

Latino Advocacy Groups and Polling Firm Disappointed by House Republican Immigration Bills
 - According to the polling firm Latino Decisions, the legislation also puts more than 700,000 people enrolled in the program on the road to deportation.

Can Telenovelas Put an End to Homophobia?

Can Telenovelas Put an End to Homophobia?
 - According to a 2012 HRC report, a woeful amount of hate and violence is regularly directed toward LGBT people in Latino communities. This stems ...

Univision Survey: Immigration Low Priority for Latino Voters in California

Univision Survey: Immigration Low Priority for Latino Voters in California
 - Immigration is only the 6th-most-important issue for Latino voters in ... don't stand up strongly for their beliefs (7%), don't understand people like me ...

Naked Latino Chick #1: Racial Inequality in Film

Naked Latino Chick #1: Racial Inequality in Film
 - For example, though Hispanic people comprised only 4.9% of the speaking roles in 2013, nearly a quarter of all movie tickets were purchased by ...

Over 250000 People Sign up for Unemployment, but Overall Numbers Continue to Fall

Over 250000 People Sign up for Unemployment, but Overall Numbers Continue to Fall
 - The number of people collecting unemployment insurance benefits under state programs is ... The Latino unemployment rate remained at 7.8 percent.

The Race Industry Depends on a Black Voting Bloc

The Race Industry Depends on a Black Voting Bloc
 - The Race Industry Depends on a Black Voting Bloc ... that people who are black -- and she happens to be a black American, originally from Nigeria, ...

Black ballet superstar Misty Copeland on Swan Lake and racial prejudice

Black ballet superstar Misty Copeland on Swan Lake and racial prejudice
 - Welcome to the world of Misty Copeland — the 157cm-tall, biracial (she is of African-American, German and Italian ancestry) dance powerhouse ...

Rep. Karen Bass Calls on LGBT Leaders to Turn the African Anti-Gay Tide

Rep. Karen Bass Calls on LGBT Leaders to Turn the African Anti-Gay Tide
 - The historic White House-African summit was overshadowed by the ... South Africa and African-American LGBT activists to discuss ways to respond.

Maher, NU faculty members visit Haitian School founded by alumnus

Maher, NU faculty members visit Haitian School founded by alumnus
 - Maher, NU faculty members visit Haitian School founded by alumnus ... what Ed is doing in Haiti, where about 80 percent of residents live in poverty.

New CBS News Poll Shows A Majority of Hispanics/Latinos Support Marriage Equality

New CBS News Poll Shows A Majority of Hispanics/Latinos Support Marriage Equality
 - According to the poll results, 50 percent of all Hispanics and 62 percent of U.S.-born Hispanics say same-sex marriage should be legal. The marriage ...