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viernes, 24 de julio de 2015

Time is right to end discrimination against LGBT Americans

Time is right to end discrimination against LGBT Americans
 - The rapid and dramatic legal recognition of same-sex marriage is as sure an indication of any that our society is changing. Actually, society changed ...

American poverty prospects higher than expected

American poverty prospects higher than expected
 - For Americans, the likelihood of experiencing relative poverty at ... a concept that has greater salience in the context of rising inequality.”.

The Equality Act”: Democrats push bill banning LGBT discrimination

The Equality Act”: Democrats push bill banning LGBT discrimination
 - Jeff Merkley co-sponsored the bill will the first openly gay Senator Tammy Baldwin and New Jersey's first African-American Senator Cory Booker in the ...

Income Inequality Is the Great Moral Issue of Our Time

Income Inequality Is the Great Moral Issue of Our Time
 - Census figures reveal a stark contrast in the percentages of non-Hispanic whites living in poverty as compared to Hispanics and blacks. In 2012, 9.7 ...

Amid deepening child poverty in the South, glimmers of hope

Amid deepening child poverty in the South, glimmers of hope
 - The child poverty problem is even worse in the South, where over 25 ... and 33 percent of Hispanic or Latino children live in poverty compared to 14 ...

Here's the next major fight for the LGBT community

Here's the next major fight for the LGBT community
 - At a time in our country when African Americans are seeing a rollback of critical rights -- we're losing ground on voting rights, for example -- there is an ...

Six in 10 Americans Say Race Relations Bad

Six in 10 Americans Say Race Relations Bad
 - In 2008, during Obama's first presidential campaign, almost 60 percent of African Americans described race relations as "generally bad." That number ...

Majority of Americans think race relations are poor, survey finds

Majority of Americans think race relations are poor, survey finds
 - The swings in attitude have been particularly striking among African-Americans. During Mr. Obama's 2008 campaign, nearly 60 percent of blacks said ...