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lunes, 1 de diciembre de 2014

TCNJ student organizes workshop on sexual and gender identity for future educators

TCNJ student organizes workshop on sexual and gender identity for future educators
 - Julie Howe, adviser for Prism, the college's support and awareness organization for LGBTQ issues, spoke about how these future teachers will be able ...

How to Ensure 'It Gets Better' Now for LGBTQ Youth

How to Ensure 'It Gets Better' Now for LGBTQ Youth
 - It may be surprising that a more effective approach would involve focusing on improving the overall health of LGBTQ individuals by developing ...

Record number of LGBT candidates elect Poland's first openly gay mayor

Record number of LGBT candidates elect Poland's first openly gay mayor
  - Voters in Poland have elected the country's first openly gay mayor, a sign of growing tolerance for gays and lesbians in a country ...

Transgender, LGBT Extremist Target High School Athletic Association to Change Rules

Transgender, LGBT Extremist Target High School Athletic Association to Change Rules
  - It has placed political correctness and the adult "LGBT" political agenda above the welfare and safety of the boys and girls it purports to serve.

Anti-Gay Protesters Halt LGBT-Inclusive Seoul Human Rights Charter in South Korea

Anti-Gay Protesters Halt LGBT-Inclusive Seoul Human Rights Charter in South Korea
 - Seoul, South Korea has scrapped a planned human rights charter offering protections for gay citizens following protests from anti-gay groups, reports ...

Groups documenting Indiana gay community's history

Groups documenting Indiana gay community's history
  - The doings were front page news for days. But another, quieter LGBT victory is unfolding in a different and less obvious setting — the halls of history.

Anti-LGBT group takes out anti-transgender ads in papers statewide

Anti-LGBT group takes out anti-transgender ads in papers statewide
 - The Minnesota Child Protection League, a group that opposes LGBT rights, bought full-page ads in the Minneapolis Star Tribune as well as many ...

Does the LGBT community have a new superhero named 'Super-Pope?'

Does the LGBT community have a new superhero named 'Super-Pope?'
  - Marisa Martin, writing for WND.com (formerly the apparently less gravitas-sounding World Net Daily), is wondering if the liberal wing of the Roman ...

Gays March in New Dehli Demanding End to LGBT Discrimination

Gays March in New Dehli Demanding End to LGBT Discrimination
 - Nearly a thousand gay rights activists marched through central New Delhi on Sunday to demand an end to discrimination against gays in India's ...

The Driving Force Behind Runaway Inequality

The Driving Force Behind Runaway Inequality
 - So what is Wall Street's contribution to rising inequality? ... Until the 1980s, the basic philosophy of Corporate America was "retain and reinvest.

Argentina's economic woes prompt exodus to USA

Argentina's economic woes prompt exodus to USA
 - Many head to Miami, but they are spread out around the country, from ... In the past year, that has quickly switched to Latin American countries, ...

Clock ticking, UN climate talks resume in Lima

Clock ticking, UN climate talks resume in Lima
 - Negotiators from more than 190 countries will meet in Lima for two weeks to work on drafts for a global climate deal that is supposed to be adopted ...

The rising costs of US income inequality

The rising costs of US income inequality
 - Underlying the country's soaring inequality is income stagnation for the majority of Americans. With an expanding share of the gains from economic ...

Work, Not Welfare, is the Best Anti-poverty Policy

Work, Not Welfare, is the Best Anti-poverty Policy
 - What’s the best way to tackle poverty? California and Texas are two great case studies about the results from promoting more welfare or work. As Chuck DeVore, vice president of policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation and former California state assemblyman, explains in Investors’ Business Daily. 

How mobile technology can help end poverty

How mobile technology can help end poverty
 - Migrant remittances to Mexico, for example, were $22 billion last year, according to World Bank data, and remittances to Latin American countries ...

Better answer needed for child poverty

Better answer needed for child poverty
 - The problem in America is poverty and alienation for poor young black men. As the TV commentators tried to argue, these are just a few bad apples ...

Colombia worst in Latin America for violence against women

Colombia worst in Latin America for violence against women
 - Violence against women is more prevalent in Colombia than any other Latin American and Caribbean country, a study by the Pan American Health ...


Native American Colleges Push to Bridge Unemployment Gap

Native American Colleges Push to Bridge Unemployment Gap
 - Some 300 students, including student body president Dakota Kidder, are completing their higher education at this federally-funded school in hopes of ...

American education needs to be updated alongside new discoveries

American education needs to be updated alongside new discoveries
 - New discoveries are being made daily – discoveries across all disciplines, including education. These discoveries not only affect what we teach our ...

No, America's education system isn't broken

No, America's education system isn't broken
 - Many policymakers and observers believe that American education was once the world's best but has fallen well behind other nations, even to the ...

Crime is a matter of proximity, opportunity ndash; not race

Crime is a matter of proximity, opportunity ndash; not race
 - Asked by host Chuck Todd, during a discussion of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo., about the fact that African-American communities like ...

World Aids Day: Working To Keep Latinos Informed, Healthy

World Aids Day: Working To Keep Latinos Informed, Healthy
 - In 1992, Oriol Gutierrez Jr. was 22 years old, conflicted about his sexual orientation, and serving in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. Thanks to the mandatory HIV testing for marines, one day his commanding officer brought him a message. Reading from a script, the officer informed Gutierrez that he had tested positive for the AIDS virus.

Black Clergy launches economic protest against Ferguson decision

Black Clergy launches economic protest against Ferguson decision
 - However, American history continues to repeat itself,” Bryant said in a statement. “Exactly one year after the death of Trayvon Martin, Black America is ...

A Black Family Call to Action to Address the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

A Black Family Call to Action to Address the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
 - The Black LGBT and same-gender loving (SGL) population is disproportionately impacted by heath disparities. Black LGBT/SGL people live at the ...

Beatrice Rangel: An Eerily Familiar Week in the Americas

Beatrice Rangel: An Eerily Familiar Week in the Americas
 - At this growth rate a country can eliminate poverty in four decades. ... And therein precisely lies the strength of populism in Latin America, because we ...