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lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015

What Have the New Catholic Cardinals Said About LGBT People?

What Have the New Catholic Cardinals Said About LGBT People?
 - The Advocate scoured the Web to see what the new cardinals have said about LGBT people and issues. For most, there were no relevant comments ...

Gay-rights group to propose national strategy for elder LGBT housing

Gay-rights group to propose national strategy for elder LGBT housing
 - A group that promotes rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) elders is announcing plans for a national strategy to address LGBT ...

Can my husband eat his Chick-fil-A and keep his pro-LGBT principles?

Can my husband eat his Chick-fil-A and keep his pro-LGBT principles?
 - A few years ago, the company came under tremendous fire when it became known that its foundation had given millions to anti-LGBT organizations ...

Same-Sex Marriage Has Opponents in LGBT Community

Same-Sex Marriage Has Opponents in LGBT Community
 - Just as among heterosexuals quizzed about this same topic, more people in the LGBT community who regard themselves as Democrats are in favor of ...

LGBT newsletter fracas shows lack of guts

LGBT newsletter fracas shows lack of guts
 - Last week, Cincinnati Police LGBT Liaison Officer Angela Vance was publicly reprimanded by Mayor John Cranley and Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey ...

Exxon-Mobil Finally Adds Protections for LGBT Employees

Exxon-Mobil Finally Adds Protections for LGBT Employees
 - Exxon's management deserves little credit for finally adopting the LGBT fairness policies they have rejected year after year for almost two decades, ...

Acceptance of LGBT people still a way to go

Acceptance of LGBT people still a way to go
 - A Westpac survey on workplace equality found acceptance towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people was only "surface-deep", ...

Latin America Sees Stall In Decline Of Poverty Rates

Latin America Sees Stall In Decline Of Poverty Rates
 - Poverty affected 28 percent of Latin America's population in 2014, revealing that its decline has stalled at around that level since 2012, while ...

Free' isn't the fix America's colleges need

Free' isn't the fix America's colleges need
 - America's quickest way out of poverty is no longer education — at least not higher education. In many ways, our unreformed higher-ed system is the ...


GOP Trickle Down Has 70% of Americans Near Financial Calamity

GOP Trickle Down Has 70% of Americans Near Financial Calamity
 - GOP Trickle Down Has 70% of Americans Near Financial Calamity ... layoff, or other calamity means complete and utter financial ruin and poverty.

LA summits of govt's, popular movements discuss unity, liberation

LA summits of govt's, popular movements discuss unity, liberation
 - It was set up as a counter-point to the Organisation of American States, ... “Currently there are 68 million Latin Americans that live in extreme poverty, ...

Food Insecurity in America: Inequality's Grim Outcome

Food Insecurity in America: Inequality's Grim Outcome
 - Food insecurity in America was virtually eliminated in the late 1970s ... showing the devastating effects of inequality on the most vulnerable among us: ...

Getting lost in translation in Brazil

Getting lost in translation in Brazil
 - Brazil is the only country in Latin America where Portuguese is spoken and the nation is proud of its language, but it can also be a source of some ...

Summit takes up anti-hunger plan for Caribbean

Summit takes up anti-hunger plan for Caribbean
 - A new plan to combat hunger in the Caribbean and Latin America, presented by the United Nations Food and ...

Guatemala: Economies of Scale

Guatemala: Economies of Scale
 - Guatemala is the largest country in Central America and the Caribbean. Although there are few cultural ties between the two, they are often treated as ...

Is now the time to buy Brazil? Probably not says top investor

Is now the time to buy Brazil? Probably not says top investor
 - Stock market returns from Latin American countries soared between 2001 and 2011, but have since stalled. Does that mean now is the time to buy?

Top firms donate 'too little' to higher education – UNESCO

Top firms donate 'too little' to higher education – UNESCO
 - According to the report, ExxonMobil's contribution to higher education ... colleges and universities, largely in the United States and in Latin America.

Challenges for UK researchers of Latin America

Challenges for UK researchers of Latin America
 - Changes in higher education and funding cuts have contributed to challenges for British researchers of Latin American and Caribbean countries, ...

Black History Month: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Black History Month: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
 - Black History Month 2015 begins today, February 1 in the United States and Canada. The “heritage month” celebrates African-American contributions ...

Latino Enrollment Is Critical For Obamacare, So Is It Happening?

Latino Enrollment Is Critical For Obamacare, So Is It Happening?
 - This seems to be especially true of uninsured Latinos. ... “If you're bankless, if you're below the poverty line, we've seen some issues with Experian ...

With Hispanics, Republicans Take a Pathway to Peril

With Hispanics, Republicans Take a Pathway to Peril
 - In their report, Republicans noted: “We need to campaign among Hispanic, black, Asian, and gay Americans and demonstrate we care about them, too ...

LA summits of govt's, popular movements discuss unity, liberation

LA summits of govt's, popular movements discuss unity, liberation
  - Currently there are 68 million Latin Americans that live in extreme poverty, in the stage of development that are currently in, our countries must ...

Latin America Sees Stall In Decline Of Poverty Rates

Latin America Sees Stall In Decline Of Poverty Rates
 - Poverty affected 28 percent of Latin America's population in 2014, revealing that its decline has stalled at around that level since 2012, while ...

Op-ed: Why Black Lives Should Matter to All LGBT People

Op-ed: Why Black Lives Should Matter to All LGBT People
 - As the #BlackLivesMatter movement forges ahead, white LGBT people don't have to sit on the sidelines. BY Esperanza Garcia and Ty Brooks.

College sociology professor discusses LGBT issues

College sociology professor discusses LGBT issues
 - In slavery times, African-Americans weren't allowed to marry. It wasn't ... What LGBT equality issue in Florida should we focus on tackling now that gay ...