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domingo, 20 de septiembre de 2015

Vatican denies LGBT White House invite dispute

Vatican denies LGBT White House invite dispute
 - A report in the Wall Street Journal said the Vatican disputed the White House's invite of several transgender and gay advocates to Pope Francis' ...

Once Upon a Time' to feature an LGBT relationship this year

Once Upon a Time' to feature an LGBT relationship this year
 - Aside from the alleged LGBT plot, there are surprises from the episodes that would “bring love, loss and destiny to the forefront”, Hypable wrote.

New children's book supports 'invisible' same-sex parents

New children's book supports 'invisible' same-sex parents
 - Discussing her inspiration for the story, she credited seeing so many LGBT families at last year's Peruvian LGBT Pride Parade as her main reason for ...

Belgrade Gay Pride march expresses solidarity with migrants

Belgrade Gay Pride march expresses solidarity with migrants
 - We, the entire LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) community, stand by our friends in trouble, by migrants who come everyday and, like us ...

Meet a Latino supporter of Donald Trump

Meet a Latino supporter of Donald Trump
 - I've assimilated I think those people on the other side of the street need to ... election mean that some Latinos like what they are hearing from Trump.

Bestselling author Jackie Collins dies at 77

Bestselling author Jackie Collins dies at 77
 - The British-born Collins, who wrote about the glamorous side of Hollywood and lived in Beverly Hills, died on Saturday, People magazine reported, ...

No. 1 killer of US Latinos: cancer

No. 1 killer of US Latinos: cancer
 - Cancer remains the leading cause of death among Latinos in the U.S., ... the U.S. are younger than 50, compared with only 60 percent of white people.

Youth Experiencing 'Relationship Poverty' Require Crucial Relationships, In-School Support: Report

Youth Experiencing 'Relationship Poverty' Require Crucial Relationships, In-School Support: Report
 - Don't Quit on Me: What Young People Who Left School Say About the Power of Relationships," a new national research report by America's Promise Alliance, examines the decisions to stay in school, leave school and return to high school, revealing many young people experience relationship poverty that likely hinders their ability to stay on track. And nearly 500,000 students will leave school this year without graduating.

More economic stagnation

More economic stagnation
 - Nearly one of every four Ohio children lived in poverty last year. So did more than one-third of African-Americans and more than one-fourth of Latinos, ...

Poverty rate for Racine dips, but officials say work remains

Poverty rate for Racine dips, but officials say work remains
 - The report showed that 26.3 percent of Racine children live below poverty levels. It also showed about 28.1 percent of Hispanic or Latino residents live ...

Poverty Concentration Re-Emerges, Hispanics & Blacks Disproportionately Affected

Poverty Concentration Re-Emerges, Hispanics & Blacks Disproportionately Affected
 - The concentration of poverty instigates urban violence, police-community ... More than one-in-six poor Hispanics and one-in-four poor blacks live in ...

The Vatican Is Freaking Out Because Pope Francis Might Meet With LGBT People At The White ...

The Vatican Is Freaking Out Because Pope Francis Might Meet With LGBT People At The White ...
 - The Vatican is pushing back against the list of dignitaries who will receive Pope Francis when he visits the White House next week, taking umbrage ...