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miércoles, 8 de octubre de 2014

Graduates can now find out about companies that are inclusive to LGBT people

Graduates can now find out about companies that are inclusive to LGBT people
 - GLEN's Diversity Champion Guide highlights career opportunities with employers who support diversity at work, especially for prospective LGBT ...

Texas sex education leaves LGBT students in the dark

Texas sex education leaves LGBT students in the dark
 - When looking at sex ed exercises that compare sexually active students to chewed-up pieces of gum and widely ignore LGBT sex, media and national ...

Commission says Christian business owners should leave religion at home

Commission says Christian business owners should leave religion at home
 - The Human Rights Commission in Lexington, Kentucky has a chilling message for Christian business owners who refuse service to LGBT ...

Influential LGBTs in media; marriage news; anti-trans ad

Influential LGBTs in media; marriage news; anti-trans ad
 - The Advocate has come up with its list of the 50 most influential LGBT .... founded in early 2014—released an inaugural video featuring its founder, ...

LGBT Catholics plan vigil targeting Nienstedt for 'homophobia, transphobia'

LGBT Catholics plan vigil targeting Nienstedt for 'homophobia, transphobia'
 - The Human Rights Campaign is organizing a series of vigils called Pray, Listen, Discern — Raising the Voices of LGBT Catholics including one in St.

San Diego Pride selected as Citizen Diplomat Organization of the Year

San Diego Pride selected as Citizen Diplomat Organization of the Year
 - Delegations have included allied and adversary leaders in countries where being openly LGBT can lead to public and legal oppression, violence and ...

LGBT Kids Of Color Are More Likely To Be Disciplined In School, Study Shows

LGBT Kids Of Color Are More Likely To Be Disciplined In School, Study Shows
 - Tanayshia Price, a 15-year-old black student who identifies as queer, says she has been suspended from school more times than she can count.

LGBT community plant rainbow flag

LGBT community plant rainbow flag
 - EMU students created LGBT visibility by putting thousands of colored flags in the ground to create a large rainbow flag in the courtyard next to ...

First Hour for the First Americans Urges Lawyers to Donate for Natives

First Hour for the First Americans Urges Lawyers to Donate for Natives
 - These scholarship dollars for Native American law students to attend law school at the law college will be ... partner organizations in 50 states and over 15 countries, including Singapore, Jordan, Mexico, Israel and Latin America.

Parts of Latin America ahead of US on gay marriage

Parts of Latin America ahead of US on gay marriage
 - As news of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Monday to allow gay marriages to proceed in up to 30 states filtered down ...

Venezuela - A Badly Educated Country

Venezuela - A Badly Educated Country
 - In education, Venezuela is one of the worst-ranked countries. ... It is nearly unanimous to say that at the stage we now are in Latin America -- a golden ...

IMF foresees poverty at nine percent in 2015

IMF foresees poverty at nine percent in 2015
 - In Latin America, the growth rate is forecast to decrease by half this year, to around 1.3 percent, due to declining exports as well as domestic ...

LGBT Kids Of Color Are More Likely To Be Disciplined In School, Study Shows

LGBT Kids Of Color Are More Likely To Be Disciplined In School, Study Shows
 - Price says that she began feeling discriminated against as early as elementary school, where she was one of only a few African-American students.

7 Vital Stats About Our LGBT Elders

7 Vital Stats About Our LGBT Elders
 - SAGE also noted that older Hispanic LGBT people are more concerned than their African American and white counterparts about receiving poorer ...

Political animosity exceeds racial hostility, new Stanford research shows

Political animosity exceeds racial hostility, new Stanford research shows
 - Political disagreements are harder for Americans to bridge than racial or religious ... African-American participants showed a preference for the ...

Terror ... and Racial Terror

Terror ... and Racial Terror
 - It is racial terror that helps to explain the shortened life spans of African Americans; the prevalence of various illnesses, or at least the high rate of ...

For some Ferguson whites, racial fault lines exposed by shooting come as a surprise

For some Ferguson whites, racial fault lines exposed by shooting come as a surprise
 - But since the death of an unarmed black teenager at the hands of a white police officer, some African Americans are calling it segregated and racist.

Richard Blancos Gay Latino Poet Survival Kit

Richard Blancos Gay Latino Poet Survival Kit
 - One of the things I couldn't help feeling when reading her say that, it seems to be a greater tolerance for homosexuality in Latin America than people in ..

The future of both political parties relies on Latinos'

The future of both political parties relies on Latinos'
 - They are starting to see that it can't be just the president fighting the battles. Unless you have the right people to fight these battles, it's just not going to ...

How could technology help Latino's manage diabetes?

How could technology help Latino's manage diabetes?
 - Diabetes affects more than 29 million people in the United States, with certain groups–like Latinos–disproportionately affected. Latinos are almost ...

Latino America' by Matt Barreto and Gary Segura & 'A Race for the Future' by Mike ...

Latino America' by Matt Barreto and Gary Segura & 'A Race for the Future' by Mike ...
 - That's because the word “Hispanic” as a group identifier had not been ... The country in the 1960s did contain some seven million people who would ...

End of Boom Doesn't Have to Mean a Bust for the Poor in Latin America

End of Boom Doesn't Have to Mean a Bust for the Poor in Latin America
 - The report thus concludes that advances in the quality of primary, secondary, and tertiary education that benefit all Latin Americans will be crucial to ...

Most black Americans support some LGBT rights but not same-sex marriage

Most black Americans support some LGBT rights but not same-sex marriage
 - Black people are one of the most religious groups in the country. In a September survey of 2,002 people, 70 percent of black respondents said ...

Parts of Latin America ahead of US on gay marriage

Parts of Latin America ahead of US on gay marriage
 - I saw friends struggle telling their Hispanic parents that they were gay. With so much historic animosity toward homosexuality and such intense ...

How Will Haiti Reckon with the Duvalier Years?

How Will Haiti Reckon with the Duvalier Years?
 - In January, 2011, one year after an earthquake killed tens of thousands of people (by some estimates, hundreds of thousands), Jean-Claude Duvalier landed unannounced in Haiti following twenty-five years of exile in France. In the years between his return to the country and his death on Saturday at the age of sixty-three, he circulated freely about Port-au-Prince, meeting with old friends, dining at fancy restaurants, and occasionally accepting invitations to government events.