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miércoles, 30 de septiembre de 2015

Latino adults rate themselves less healthy in Cincinnati area survey

Latino adults rate themselves less healthy in Cincinnati area survey
 - With many living under the poverty rate and without health insurance, Latino adults encounter more barriers to good health and don't ...

Why his comments about Black Americans are even worse than you ...

Why his comments about Black Americans are even worse than you ...
 - Ronald Reagan, the scourge of Black America and the hero of the ... “bucks” as a way of mining white racial resentment to win over white voters.

New Study Explains Low Survival Rate for African-American Breast Cancer Victims

New Study Explains Low Survival Rate for African-American Breast Cancer Victims
 - A new study indicates that African-American women are more ... “Our study adds important pieces to the puzzle of why African-American ... to affect African-Americans, and potentially help reduce racial disparities in ...

MSU needs more African-American professors

MSU needs more African-American professors
 - I wanted to work on a subject that deals with race and race relations in the United States and I wanted to work with an African-American professor.

Major companies form group to push for LGBT rights

Major companies form group to push for LGBT rights
 - A dozen corporations, including Google, Microsoft and Coca-Cola, are joining a new coalition to push for LGBT rights in the workplace ...

Julianne Moore praises LGBT hero at NYC premiere of 'Freeheld'

Julianne Moore praises LGBT hero at NYC premiere of 'Freeheld'
 - The Academy Award winner added that despite lingering obstacles to equality, the LGBT movement has made “great strides” in the 10 years since the ...

Ban ki-Moon pushes for equal rights for the LGBT community

Ban ki-Moon pushes for equal rights for the LGBT community
 - Speaking at the High Level LGBT Core Group Event, the secretary general of the UN Ban ki-Moon pushed for equal rights for the ...

Pride Winnipeg urges Canadian LGBT community to vote Oct 19

Pride Winnipeg urges Canadian LGBT community to vote Oct 19
 - Pride Winnipeg has launched an online campaign urging Canada's LGBT community to vote in the October 19 federal election. “The reason that we ...

What Does the UN's Agenda 2030 Mean for LGBT People?

What Does the UN's Agenda 2030 Mean for LGBT People?
 - This principle should be music to the ears of anyone involved in the movement for LGBT equality, in the United States or around the world. For too long ...

Will next speaker continue Boehner's anti-LGBT ways?

Will next speaker continue Boehner's anti-LGBT ways?
 - House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio)'s announcement that is resigning was hailed by social conservatives and LGBT advocates alike, although ...

Unicef launches anti-violence initiative in Latin American schools

Unicef launches anti-violence initiative in Latin American schools
 - Unicef launches anti-violence initiative in Latin American schools ... reduce violence in schools across Latin America and to ensure quality education, ...

Immigrants less criminal than native-born Americans, study finds

Immigrants less criminal than native-born Americans, study finds
 - the U.S. quota system and opened our doors to a dramatic increase in immigration from Latin America, the Caribbean and — increasingly — Asia.

Amigos de las Americas Marks 50 Years of Work in Latin America

Amigos de las Americas Marks 50 Years of Work in Latin America
 - I didn't see it as poverty; I saw it as my friends and my family," she said. ... “It is the first program Amigos has run where we bring Latin Americans to the ...

Azealia Banks compares gay community to the KKK

Azealia Banks compares gay community to the KKK
 - The rapper has a rocky history with the mainstream LGBT community; she's been praised for criticizing white gay men for appropriating black culture ...

Phoenix Murals Turn Immigration Controversy Into Latino Pride

Phoenix Murals Turn Immigration Controversy Into Latino Pride
 - She saw it as a way for people to channel their outrage over SB 1070 into something positive. But she needed help turning her vision into a reality so ...

Meet the Wealthiest People In America

Meet the Wealthiest People In America
 -  Bill Gates speaks on stage at the Plenary Session: Investing in Prevention and Resilient Health Systems during ...

Republicans Are Collecting Data From Latinos In Swing States On Everything From Uber To Puerto ...

Republicans Are Collecting Data From Latinos In Swing States On Everything From Uber To Puerto ...
 - That means in Orlando, where the Puerto Rican community has skyrocketed, they asked people whether they supported statehood for the island.

The Immigrant Advocate Who's Helping Prove That Latinos Are Essential To Our Economy

The Immigrant Advocate Who's Helping Prove That Latinos Are Essential To Our Economy
 - Instituto del Progreso Latino offers the kind of training for people to go into the manufacturing and health care industries, which are sectors that ...

Latino Voters Support Pope Francis' Climate Change Call to Action

Latino Voters Support Pope Francis' Climate Change Call to Action
 - A new poll shows that Pope Francis' message on climate change, including his call for people to protect the planet, resonates strongly with Latino ...

The Influx of Latino Students at Historically Black Colleges

The Influx of Latino Students at Historically Black Colleges
 - Ramiro Bautista sought to accomplish two things after graduating from a two-year college in 2005. Primarily, he wanted to get into a four-year college with a reputable business program. Secondly, he wanted to be near a friend who received a full athletic scholarship to a certain university.