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miércoles, 23 de septiembre de 2015

Poverty, the Welfare State, and the Failure of Centralized Government

Poverty, the Welfare State, and the Failure of Centralized Government
 - Nicholas Eberstadt of the American Enterprise Institute explains that the official poverty data from the Census Bureau overstates the number of poor ...

Society's elite don't want to pay too much for equality, study suggests

Society's elite don't want to pay too much for equality, study suggests
 - America's well-educated and wealthy elite don't like giving their money to ... marginal tax rates, are thought to have contributed to this income inequality. ... Total income has only grow by 20 percent for the rest of America's taxpayers.

Why the Pope Likes to Talk About Inequality and the US

Why the Pope Likes to Talk About Inequality and the US
 - The pope has been a repeated critic of American-style capitalism and has called on the church to renew its focus on ... Tracking Inequality in America.

America Loves Pope Francis, but not his stance on climate change: Poll

America Loves Pope Francis, but not his stance on climate change: Poll
 - Americans love Pope Francis and his forgiveness agenda, but they’re less enthusiastic about the judgements he’s making about secular issues such as the debate over climate change and income inequality

The American Law Journal Television Program Wins Emmy Award for LGBT Workplace ...

The American Law Journal Television Program Wins Emmy Award for LGBT Workplace ...
 - "We're honored to be recognized by our broadcast peers for programming excellence," says Naughton. "Our programming focus for more than two decades is to inform, entertain, and help viewers understand how the legal system impacts their daily lives."

Stonewall' Review: Roland Emmerich's Historical LGBT Drama Is the Other Kind of Disaster Movie

Stonewall' Review: Roland Emmerich's Historical LGBT Drama Is the Other Kind of Disaster Movie
 - There's certainly no faulting Emmerich and screenwriter Jon Robin Baitz for their good intentions in making a movie about the clash between LGBT ...

Push for new national park site honoring LGBT history

Push for new national park site honoring LGBT history
 - The United States may soon have its first-ever national park that honors the LGBT community. “I would say [the Stonewall Inn] is already a historic ...

The Equality Act Is Missing One Big Thing

The Equality Act Is Missing One Big Thing
- Nondiscrimination wins, like those being sought by the framers of the Equality Act, are essential to ensuring the LGBT community is fully included in ...

The debate over LGBT rights should be so simple

The debate over LGBT rights should be so simple
 - I guess it's no surprise that Carmel is taking a roundabout route toward an expanded civil rights ordinance. Roundabouts are kind of Carmel's thing, ...

Once Upon A Time' Producers Promise LGBT Relationship In Season 5

Once Upon A Time' Producers Promise LGBT Relationship In Season 5
  - After confirming the return of Mulan, Once Upon a Time executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis promised that the popular fantasy ...

Do Ask, Do Tell' event helps LGBT vets

Do Ask, Do Tell' event helps LGBT vets
 - The Los Angeles chapter of American Veterans for Equal Rights held the event, which serves as a resource fair for LGBT vets and all service members ...

How 6 LGBT Catholics Kept Their Faith -- Despite Being Shunned By The Church

How 6 LGBT Catholics Kept Their Faith -- Despite Being Shunned By The Church
- It's a question that LGBT Catholics must come to terms with at some point in their lives. Official church doctrine asks Catholics to love the sinner and ...

Study Says People Who Live in Racist Communities Die Faster

Study Says People Who Live in Racist Communities Die Faster
 - Racism is toxic—literally. Researchers have found that Blacks and whites alike have higher mortality rates in communities where racism is prevalent.

Taking the Pulse of Race in American Medicine

Taking the Pulse of Race in American Medicine
 - Yes, 13% of the population is African-American, but only 6% of medical school students are black and only 4% of practicing physicians are, ...

Pope Francis Inspires Black Catholics, Despite Complicated Church History On Race

Pope Francis Inspires Black Catholics, Despite Complicated Church History On Race
 - In my home state of Maryland, which was colonized as a refuge for persecuted Catholics, the faith was locked in for many enslaved African-Americans, ...

Statistics show how racial disparities may affect states' livelihood

Statistics show how racial disparities may affect states' livelihood
 - Mississippi, which ranks the lowest in ethnic diversity has 59.7 percent identifying as White, and 37.5 percent identifying as African-American while ...

Byron Allen Tries Again in Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Comcast

Byron Allen Tries Again in Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Comcast
 - An amended complaint says African American-owned channels must ... as a sham, used to "facilitate its racist practices and policies in contracting.".

The Autobiography of Malcolm X

The Autobiography of Malcolm X
 - In the 2008 election, 95 per cent of the African-American community who ... key statistics that illustrate Obama's failings to reduce racial inequality.

How equal is American opportunity? Survey shows attitudes vary by race

How equal is American opportunity? Survey shows attitudes vary by race
 - People interlock hands on the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge in Charleston, S.C., a few days after nine black churchgoers were killed by a white shooter in ...

Will Black Lives Matter be a factor in St. Paul city, school races?

Will Black Lives Matter be a factor in St. Paul city, school races?
 - Now there are issues that must be addressed about African-Americans and minorities in general, including racial inequality, racial profiling and racial ...