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jueves, 6 de noviembre de 2014

Young, Queer, On the Air

Young, Queer, On the Air
 - “It's a resource for LGBTQ youth,” explains OutCasting's founder and executive producer, Marc Sophos, a broadcasting professional of several ...


Fund This: A Comic Con for LGBT Fans

Fund This: A Comic Con for LGBT Fans
  -Superheroes are big right now. With Avengers 2 and the rest of Marvel's slate of films on the horizon, the capes and tights crowd is set to dominate the ...

The LGBT market – Where will most gays and lesbians holiday in 2015?

The LGBT market – Where will most gays and lesbians holiday in 2015?
 - The latest LGBT tourism market research data reveals some big changes in the global travel plans of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) tourists next year. The leading global travel networking association – ONBC: Out Now Business Class will release findings from the new 2015 edition global LGBT tourism report from the LGBT2020 research initiative at a special Masterclass for the tourism industry being presented at World Travel Market on Wednesday November 5.

Dallas Strengthens LGBT Protections

Dallas Strengthens LGBT Protections
 - It wasn't all bad news for LGBT Texans Tuesday night — residents of Dallas will now be protected by a more robust nondiscrimination ordinance.

New study explores LGBT smoking trends

New study explores LGBT smoking trends
 - A new study of LGBT Michigan residents looked at tobacco use exploring behavior and attitudes, campaign awareness and cessation efforts and ...

Evangelical Prof's 'Radical Decision to Stand in Solidarity With the LGBT Community'

Evangelical Prof's 'Radical Decision to Stand in Solidarity With the LGBT Community'
 - Evangelical Christian ethics professor David Gushee says God sent LGBT people to him, with the result that he's decided to support them.

Don't exclude LGBT voice from conversations on sex

Don't exclude LGBT voice from conversations on sex
 - Furthermore, if we don't acknowledge the LGBT experience in our day-to-day conversation about sex, how are we ever going to talk about the bigger ...

10 high-profile actors seen in LGBT festival films

10 high-profile actors seen in LGBT festival films
 - The 14th annual Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival will showcase more than 30 feature films, documentaries and shorts devoted to lesbian, gay, ...

Homophobia runs rampant despite presidential promises and a lively LGBT movement

Homophobia runs rampant despite presidential promises and a lively LGBT movement
 - But here in the South, the LGBT movement is flourishing. ... In Brazil's recent elections, the LGBT community became an important talking point for ...


The Right to Quality Education?

The Right to Quality Education?
 - From free speech to a speedy trial, the Constitution lays out a bevy of rights for Americans. Quality education, however, is not among them. Theodore ...

What Democrats get wrong about inequality

What Democrats get wrong about inequality
  - In the traditional rhetoric of American politics, there's a tradeoff between prosperity and fairness. Accept more inequality and we'll get the fast growth ...

Inequality Battles

Inequality Battles
 - About increasing American poverty, Chery and Mercier succinctly noted that “The middle class have become poor, and the poor are now destitute” ...

Brandi Glanville makes rude racist joke; says black people don't need Botox

Brandi Glanville makes rude racist joke; says black people don't need Botox
 - The insensitive remark really shocked the viewers of “The Steve Harvey Show” who primarily are African American. The remark carried some racial ...

Simulation puts Willard students in the shoes of those battling poverty

Simulation puts Willard students in the shoes of those battling poverty
 - And we need to educate our peers on the strife in Haiti and how hard they have it, but also how beautiful their country is and how much hope is there.

Black Comedy: the ABC makes a bold foray into race relations

Black Comedy: the ABC makes a bold foray into race relations
 - Black Comedy: the ABC makes a bold foray into race relations ... For the rest of us, Black Comedy is so much more than a “new” black comedy. It is a ...

Negro' is still an approved way to refer to black people, says US Army

Negro' is still an approved way to refer to black people, says US Army
 - context of the armed forces, a paragraph on “black or African American” reads: “A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa.

Herb Sosa of Miami Beach named Hispanic LGBT role model in new video tribute

Herb Sosa of Miami Beach named Hispanic LGBT role model in new video tribute
 - Herb Sosa, president of Unity Coalition, Miami-Dade County's leading Hispanic LGBT group, recently was named to the 2014 41 List by Honor 41.

Extreme Poverty Up in Brazil After Falling for a Decade

Extreme Poverty Up in Brazil After Falling for a Decade
 - RIO DE JANEIRO – The number of Brazilians living in extreme poverty grew from 10.08 million in 2012 to 10.45 million in 2013, the first increase after 10 consecutive years of reductions, the government said Wednesday. Even with the uptick in 2013, the total number of indigent people is less than half what it was in 2003.

Latin America comes alive on Day of the Dead

Latin America comes alive on Day of the Dead
 - Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that is also celebrated in other Latin American and Caribbean countries such as Peru, ...


Latin America's traffic far deadlier than crime

Latin America's traffic far deadlier than crime
 - Tourists and locals panicked by Latin America's high crime ... The majority of Latin American countries have vastly more road accident ...

Live in this country? Expect a 30% pay hike next year

Live in this country? Expect a 30% pay hike next year
 - Higher wages are a result of sky-high inflation in Latin America's third largest economy. A sharp currency devaluation in January has fueled inflation ...

Obama What now for US immigration reform?

Obama What now for US immigration reform?
 - At the Latin American Youth Center in Washington DC, many voters went to the polls ... "I am a Latina and I would like to see some help for those who are ... polling station decorated with the colourful flags of Latin America countries.

Expectant Venezuela for Original of Bolivar''s Jamaica Letter

Expectant Venezuela for Original of Bolivar''s Jamaica Letter
 - letter is considered a sacred document of Venezuelan history because Bolivar analyzes the situation of the Latin American nations that were fighting ...

The Latin American Right Strikes Back

The Latin American Right Strikes Back
 - When Latin America's bloody military dictatorships ... parties have come to power in most Latin American and Caribbean countries.

Technology Can Transform Education in Latin America, UN Expert Says

Technology Can Transform Education in Latin America, UN Expert Says
 - Technology can transform education in Latin America if it used to improve teachers' capabilities, the UN Educational, Scientific and ...