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martes, 12 de agosto de 2014

6 Gay Bar Raids That Reveal The Journey Ahead for LGBTs Abroad

6 Gay Bar Raids That Reveal The Journey Ahead for LGBTs Abroad
 - At The Stonewall Inn, police bullied, beat, arrested and humiliated LGBT people who had only come to the bar to enjoy drinks in each other's company ...

Youth advocates find LGBT kids vulnerable, underserved in Maryland

Youth advocates find LGBT kids vulnerable, underserved in Maryland
 - In a report to be released today, they call on state officials to improve services for marginalized and bullied LGBT youth in schools, foster homes and ...

LGBT supporters march in Nepal for same-sex marriage

LGBT supporters march in Nepal for same-sex marriage
 - Hundreds of LGBT people and their supporters paraded through Nepal's capital Kathmandu for a colourful celebration of Gaijatra, a Hindu festival to ...

Iran's New Gay Executions

Iran's New Gay Executions
 - If these men were hanged for consensual homosexuality, however, this could be another LGBT headache for the Obama administration, which has ...

LGBT bingo' homework project for kids developed

LGBT bingo' homework project for kids developed
 - A homework project which asks pupils to look out for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) characters in TV shows has been criticised by ...

U.S. a decade behind Canada on LGBT rights says activist

U.S. a decade behind Canada on LGBT rights says activist
 - The U.S. is 10 years behind Canada when it comes to LGBT rights, says transgendered American activist Stephanie Battaglino. One of the two guest ...

Anti-LGBT Activist to Receive Human Rights Award

Anti-LGBT Activist to Receive Human Rights Award
- Jay Sekulow has dedicated much of his career to advocating against the basic freedoms, rights, and even safety of LGBT people in the United States ... - 

New Jersey court ruling recognises the significance of LGBT parental rights

New Jersey court ruling recognises the significance of LGBT parental rights
 - Last week a New Jersey appellate court ruling recognised that a parent with no biological or legal ties to a child may still be entitled to custodial rights ...

Tennesee judge rules against marriage equality

Tennesee judge rules against marriage equality
 - Breaking a string of at least 30 cases across the country that were ruled in favor of marriage equality, a circuit court judge in Tennessee has upheld the ...

20 Most LGBT Unfriendly Schools

20 Most LGBT Unfriendly Schools
 - As young graduates of high school start packing their bags and heading off to college, the Princeton Review released its 2014 college rankings. There's rankings for categories such as "Most Beautiful Campus" and "Best-Run Colleges", but two Texas schools made a not-so-friendly list: Most LGBT-unfriendly.




The Most Underemployed Jobs In America

The Most Underemployed Jobs In America
 - While the survey took several options for why these workers feel underemployed into consideration–compensation, under-use of skills or education, ...

Poor Places Increasingly A Magnet for Poor People in Rural America

Poor Places Increasingly A Magnet for Poor People in Rural America
 - Imagine your community experiencing a 55 percent increase in poverty between 2000 and now, with nearly a third of your friends and neighbors ...

Who Won the War on Poverty?

Who Won the War on Poverty?
 - The nation's poverty rate stood still at 15 percent in 2012, the sixth straight year ... 17, 2013, that 46.5 million Americans were living in poverty in 2012.

Interim schools leader outlines strategy to Latino community

Interim schools leader outlines strategy to Latino community
 - In a district that's been divided racially and unable to resolve issues at failing schools, Ogilvie state that he is working to bring people together.

Minority Students to Outnumber White Students This Fall

Minority Students to Outnumber White Students This Fall
 - The jump in minority students is largely due to the growth in the Latino ... About one-quarter of Hispanics and blacks live below the poverty line, ...




Richland One's first African-American students honored

Richland One's first African-American students honored
 - Twenty-four African-American students entered the schools of the old Columbia Public School System, ushering in desegregation in just the ninth .

Expanding the US Media Narrative on Africa

Expanding the US Media Narrative on Africa
 - Among the American-based news media, it was those either managed by nonprofits or owned by African Americans or African immigrants that proved ...

Barneys settles racial profiling probe for $525K

Barneys settles racial profiling probe for $525K
 - Barneys' Facebook page shows a picture of an African-American model wearing a Valentino handbag that retails for $2,445. The symbolism was ...

Vandalism, Looting After Vigil For Black Teen Killed By Police

Vandalism, Looting After Vigil For Black Teen Killed By Police
 - We're outraged because yet again a young African-American man has been killed by law ... The race of the officer has not been disclosed. He has ...

US suffers from systematic racial injustice: Analyst

US suffers from systematic racial injustice: Analyst
 - African-American people are hated, persecuted and abused indigenous ethnic ... So we have a systematic problem of racial injustice and we need our ...

Democrats Pay Black Staffers 30% Less

Democrats Pay Black Staffers 30% Less
 - On both sides of the aisle, there is a racial pay gap in campaign politics. ... For example, African-American staffers on Democratic campaigns were ...

In a Novelist's World, You Choose Your Race

In a Novelist's World, You Choose Your Race
 - Farah Jasmine Griffin, a professor of English and African-American Studies at Columbia University, called Mr. Row's book “a new take on race,” ...




Rep. Karen Bass at Town Hall: Local Black Activists Needed to Save Gays in Africa

Rep. Karen Bass at Town Hall: Local Black Activists Needed to Save Gays in Africa
  - power player among LGBT African American leaders. Harris heads the Black Los Angeles Young Democrats, which co-sponsored the town hall with ...

Global Digital English Education Surges to $3.1 Billion by 2018

Global Digital English Education Surges to $3.1 Billion by 2018
 - The regions with the highest growth rates are Africa, Asia, and Latin America at 20.5%, 14.2%, and 13.8%, respectively. Africa has the highest regional ...

US missionaries returning from Ebola-stricken Liberia quarantined

US missionaries returning from Ebola-stricken Liberia quarantined
 - Several missionaries who had direct contact with Ebola-infected people in Liberia but who are not ill have been placed under quarantine upon their ...