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martes, 10 de febrero de 2015

How 'Respectablity Politics' Muted The Legacy Of Black LGBT Activist Pauli Murray

How 'Respectablity Politics' Muted The Legacy Of Black LGBT Activist Pauli Murray
 - Rutgers University assistant professor Brittney Cooper joined HuffPost Live on Monday to discuss the exclusion of prominent black LGBT activists like ...

LGBT teens who 'come out' at school are happier

LGBT teens who 'come out' at school are happier
 - For gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth, the benefits of coming out while at high school outweigh the risks of being bullied.

LGBT Life No, It's Not a Lifestyle

LGBT Life No, It's Not a Lifestyle
 - Referring to being LGBT as a lifestyle is both inaccurate and offensive. ... If being gay or transgender were a choice, most LGBT people would simply ...

LGBT adults better adjusted if they were 'out' in school

LGBT adults better adjusted if they were 'out' in school
 - The new findings are from a study of 245 LGBT young adults in California, ages 21 to 25, who reported their openness with their sexual orientations ...

Why Race Is Dominating Discussion Among LGBT Activists

Why Race Is Dominating Discussion Among LGBT Activists
 - Miller added, "The Mayor believes it's an honor to once again host The National Conference on LGBT Equality; he and his team worked very hard to ...

Let's finish the fight for LGBT liberation that the Stonewall riots kickstarted

Let's finish the fight for LGBT liberation that the Stonewall riots kickstarted
 - The Stonewall Riots of 1969 heralded the birth of the fight for LGBT liberation in the US and Britain. There had been successful protests before, such ...

LGBT kids who come out in high school suffer less depression: study

LGBT kids who come out in high school suffer less depression: study
 - The study, published in the current issue of the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, surveyed 245 LGBT adults ages 21 to 25 about their experiences ...

Bringing kids out of poverty

Bringing kids out of poverty
 - The problems of child poverty are real, and they're getting worse. We receive letters from readers worried about America's future, and how one ...

The majority of America's schoolchildren now live in poverty

The majority of America's schoolchildren now live in poverty
 - The number of low-income students in schools has been on the rise for years, but last week, research showed a startling shift: The majority of students ...


Free lunch program participation shows rising poverty levels

Free lunch program participation shows rising poverty levels
 - If a recent national report is to be believed, a majority of America's public school children now live in poverty. Fifty-one percent of public school ...

Helping to End Poverty, One Person at a Time

Helping to End Poverty, One Person at a Time
 - Helping to End Poverty, One Person at a Time ... Bergel, who serves as the organization's executive director, is on a mission: End poverty in America.

Early 20th century America presented in 'Ragtime'

Early 20th century America presented in 'Ragtime'
 - The story of Tateh is the success story of the early Jewish immigrant success in America, who succeeds in spite of his background and poverty.


Majority of Black Americans Are Living through Worst Economic Conditions

Majority of Black Americans Are Living through Worst Economic Conditions
 - Hope for breaking the poverty cycle diminishes as generations of Black children are born into inescapable poverty. Many more Blacks in America are ...


We're on wrong path on race, poverty

We're on wrong path on race, poverty
 - And those columns reflect what I have been saying over the last 20 years — about race, about politics, about religion, about America's problems and ...

Students spend day learning to be poor. Are they also learning to be dependent on government?

Students spend day learning to be poor. Are they also learning to be dependent on government?
 - Whatever the reasons, the game is a good example of how teachers back in the day tried to educate students concerning poverty in America.

Call to end child poverty now

Call to end child poverty now
 - Among these 35 countries, America ranks 34th in relative child poverty — ahead only of Romania, whose economy is 99 percent smaller than ours.

The Most Hilarious Talking Point: Republicans Against Inequality

The Most Hilarious Talking Point: Republicans Against Inequality
 - Inequality of income and wealth in America—the rise of the .01%—has been increasing in earnest for more than three decades now, its beginning ...

The Authoritative Hispanic View of Global Warming

The Authoritative Hispanic View of Global Warming
 - According to a poll conducted last month by the New York Times, Stanford University and the nonpartisan environmental research group Resources ...

Eva Longoria Pregnancy & Marriage Update: 'I'm Misleading People,' Says Actress

Eva Longoria Pregnancy & Marriage Update: 'I'm Misleading People,' Says Actress
 - Speculations started about her alleged marriage when people spotted a ... people," Longoria further explained, as reported by Fox News Latino.


Texas Groups Push To Enroll Latinos Before Health Insurance Deadline

Texas Groups Push To Enroll Latinos Before Health Insurance Deadline
 - And in Travis County, which encompasses the booming Texas capital, about 40,000 people enrolled. But Latinos didn't benefit to the extent others did; ...

How about a Latino for Senate? A Republican!

How about a Latino for Senate? A Republican!
 - The Latino Caucus revealed a poll it commissioned suggesting a Latino candidate ... May the best person win to represent the people of California.

Ecuador Reduced Poverty by 15 percent

Ecuador Reduced Poverty by 15 percent
 - Ecuador is among Latin American countries that reduced poverty the most, said Correa, and if everything goes well in 2017 we will hand in the country ...

LGBT issues can be shades of gray, not always black and white

LGBT issues can be shades of gray, not always black and white
 - While a handful of people suspected I was bisexual, I never openly acknowledge the "real me." Part of the reason I kept my sexuality hidden is ...

Working for Future Generations

Working for Future Generations
 - Hubert Tate This year, HRC is spotlighting the voices of African-American LGBT leaders and allies as part of HRC's Black History Month blog series.

Prospects for Latin America's middle class after the commodity boom

Prospects for Latin America's middle class after the commodity boom
 - This is remarkable considering that the number of middle class Latin .... is smaller in Latin America, which likely reflects lower returns on education or ...