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lunes, 16 de noviembre de 2015

National Education Association Calls for Fight Against Income Inequality

National Education Association Calls for Fight Against Income Inequality
 - At its 2015 national convention, NEA passed a resolution it says shows the union’s commitment to closing the gap between the haves and the have-nots.

Why Missouri Has Become The Heart Of Racial Tension In America

Why Missouri Has Become The Heart Of Racial Tension In America
 - Why Missouri Has Become The Heart Of Racial Tension In America .... Poverty is concentrated in the predominantly black areas. If we use the ...

$2.00 Dollars A Day: Living on Almost Nothing In America" The Missourian (blog)

$2.00 Dollars A Day: Living on Almost Nothing In America"
 - She found households living on almost no income and a level of poverty far deeper than ever experienced in America. The myth that poverty in the ...

Some facts you may not know

Some facts you may not know
 - But did you know it has numerous namesakes in America? We've had ... It has some of the highest levels of poverty in the whole of America. According ...

Student Organizations Coming Together To Talk LGBT

Student Organizations Coming Together To Talk LGBT
 - Student Organizations of college campuses around the country hold programs to discuss cultural and social issues such as race and equality but one ...

Barking police to meet with LGBT community after 'failure to spot' link between deaths

Barking police to meet with LGBT community after 'failure to spot' link between deaths
 - The Metropolitan Police plans to meet with the LGBT community in Barking, after referring itself to the police watchdog over the deaths of gay men in ...

Ireland to end LGBT discrimination in schools and hospitals

Ireland to end LGBT discrimination in schools and hospitals
 - Under the current law, discrimination against LGBT people is permitted in “religious, educational, or medical institutions […] in order to maintain the ...

Presenter Iain Lee leaves BBC radio show after calling anti-LGBT group 'bigots'

Presenter Iain Lee leaves BBC radio show after calling anti-LGBT group 'bigots'
 - IAIN Lee appears to have left BBC Three Counties radio following remarks where he called a member of Christian Concern a 'bigot'. This happened ...

Anonymous Group Petitions to Have the 'T' Removed From 'LGBT'

Anonymous Group Petitions to Have the 'T' Removed From 'LGBT'
 - A small group has posted a petition called “Drop the T” to Change.org, broadcasting their demand that three eminent LGBT advocacy groups–Lambda ...

Hundreds Leave Mormon Church Despite Clarification On Anti-Gay Baptism Policy

Hundreds Leave Mormon Church Despite Clarification On Anti-Gay Baptism Policy
 - Earlier this year, the Church issued a statement claiming to support nondiscrimination protections for the LGBT community, with the caveat that ...

Houston Voters Say No to Protecting LGBT People

Houston Voters Say No to Protecting LGBT People
 - As the first big LGBT fight since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in June, the Houston vote could prove to be a referendum on the ...

Thousands Of Chileans Celebrate Civil Unions At Santiago LGBT Pride

Thousands Of Chileans Celebrate Civil Unions At Santiago LGBT Pride
 - Organizers of Saturday's event told the AFP that an estimated 60,000 revelers showed up to celebrate passage of law that recognizes gay and lesbian ...

US Sees Increase in Number of Students From Latin America

US Sees Increase in Number of Students From Latin America
 - U.S. Sees Increase in Number of Students From Latin America. More than 86,000 students from Latin America and the Caribbean came to the ... the Institute of International Education​ in partnership with the U.S. Department ...

Black Woman, White Movement: Why Black Women are Leaving the Feminist Movement

Black Woman, White Movement: Why Black Women are Leaving the Feminist Movement
 - African-American women who initially joined the movement soon left ... Racial tensions in the Women's Liberation Movement left a small window of ...

Should 'Black Lives Matter' to Africans?

Should 'Black Lives Matter' to Africans?
 - Everyone looks like you, talks like you, and there is little concept of race. Race, and racial discrimination is learned in America. By being Black first, we ...

What Houston's HERO Defeat Has In Common With Jim Crow

What Houston's HERO Defeat Has In Common With Jim Crow
 - Jim Crow rhetoric held that African-Americans were sexual predators, and ... And consider an Oklahoma law banning racially integrated bathroom in ...

How A Local New Jersey Latina Became Mayor, Rising Political Star

How A Local New Jersey Latina Became Mayor, Rising Political Star
 - As part of our NBC Latino Political Profiles series we are featuring .... And when Latinos see people like themselves in office, he adds, it becomes ...

The Clinton Campaign Wants To Win The Latino Vote One Text At A Time

The Clinton Campaign Wants To Win The Latino Vote One Text At A Time
 - The Latino list saw a spike in growth, with people getting their friends to text in, as well as high numbers of people actually listening to the phone call.

Chilean, Mexican nationals among first confirmed victims killed in terror attacks

Chilean, Mexican nationals among first confirmed victims killed in terror attacks
 - On Saturday, Mexico's foreign ministry confirmed that two Mexican women with dual nationalities were among at least 129 people killed in the gun and ...

Latino celebrations give all of us reason to cheer

Latino celebrations give all of us reason to cheer
 - Three high-poverty census tracts in the city today — up from only one in 2000 — include significant numbers of Latino residents, according to a study ...