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domingo, 7 de septiembre de 2014

Ancient dance, styled by the new generation

Ancient dance, styled by the new generation
 - So if there is no image of gay men or LGBT [lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender] people there, it means that we don't exist,” Ok said. “That means ...

Poll shows gay police officers still fear for their careers

Poll shows gay police officers still fear for their careers
 - The PSAEW's lead on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) policing, Chief Supt Mike Gallagher of the Metropolitan Police, said the findings ...

Castro Welcomes LGBT Walk of Fame

Castro Welcomes LGBT Walk of Fame
 - "I am completely thrilled this is happening. We all have ridden on the shoulders of the LGBT people who came before us. It is important to honor them," ...




Too many LGBT kids are still homeless. And we still throw money at marriage?

Too many LGBT kids are still homeless. And we still throw money at marriage?
 - Can you fathom how much money the mainstream LGBT rights movement spent ... Over the past decade, the LGBT rights movement in America has ...

Emmett Till, Michael Brown and the Ongoing Struggle for Racial Justice

Emmett Till, Michael Brown and the Ongoing Struggle for Racial Justice
 - It is no accident that three months after Till's brutalized body was pulled from the Tallahatchie River, African-Americans in Montgomery, Alabama, ...

Class Issues, Not Race, Will Likely Seal the Next Election

Class Issues, Not Race, Will Likely Seal the Next Election
 - Yet in reality, race will not define the 2014 election, or likely those that ... Today an African-American holds the highest office in the land, and African ...

A safer Detroit means big fines and racial profiling for black residents

A safer Detroit means big fines and racial profiling for black residents
 - Current Detroit residents – mostly African-American – face an added cost of living as the city police pile on nuisance fines to crack down on smaller ...

There's a hunger to deny that race matters”: The new segregation and white America/black

There's a hunger to deny that race matters”: The new segregation and white America/black
 - So I think that's a daily reality for most African-American families. They have to think about race, in the workplace, on the street. In the store, when they ...

Costa Rica among top 3 most competitive economies in Latin America, says report

Costa Rica among top 3 most competitive economies in Latin America, says report
 - The country scored especially well on metrics for health and education, ... The report opined that Latin American and Caribbean nations need to ...

Technology is the Key to Fighting Poverty

Technology is the Key to Fighting Poverty
 - During the opening in this Caribbean city of the 2014 Andicom congress, Latin America's largest and oldest in the ICT sector, Maria Carolina Hoyos ...

Hispanic Obesity: Ethnic Stereotyping Makes Latinos Three Times More Likely To Be Obese

Hispanic Obesity: Ethnic Stereotyping Makes Latinos Three Times More Likely To Be Obese
 -  For most people can battle obesity and weight gain with a healthy diet and a regular exercise regimen, new research finds that ethnic minorities may ...

US jobless rate falls to 6.1 pct

US jobless rate falls to 6.1 pct
 - In August, a total of 2.1 million people were "marginally attached to the workforce," meaning they have searched for work recently but not in the past ...

Nearly 1 in 5 US women have been raped: CDC report

Nearly 1 in 5 US women have been raped: CDC report
 - and 13.6 per cent of Hispanic women having experienced rape. Sexual violence other than rape was most prominent among multiracial women and ...

Debunking the myth that young Latino journalists won't leave home for jobs

Debunking the myth that young Latino journalists won't leave home for jobs
 - If the perception I have encountered about young Latino journalists were ... Overall, less than a quarter of all interns last year were young people of ...

Does Obama's Choice to Fight for a Democratic Senate Hurt Latinos?

Does Obama's Choice to Fight for a Democratic Senate Hurt Latinos?
 - The advocates represent people with much at stake: Every day the president waits, people are being sent out of the country, many who have spent a ...