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miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2015

Number of Latin American Students Increases in U.S.

Number of Latin American Students Increases in U.S.
 - However, the increase of students coming from South America and the Caribbean has been observed has been observed, according to the same report. This region includes countries such as Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela to name a few.


The socialization of bullies

The socialization of bullies
 - Hitting send can devastate. Bullies have moved from the playground to mobile screens, and with the proliferation of smartphones, there's no escape.

A scary link between life spans and income inequality

A scary link between life spans and income inequality
 - to add fuel to the debate over the impact of growing income inequality in America and will likely have policy implications for popular public programs ...

Electing to Ignore the Poorest of the Poor

Electing to Ignore the Poorest of the Poor
 - For single parents with private income just above the poverty line, ... The American antipoverty strategy, so focused on choosing between good and ...

School bans all student clubs rather than allow LGBT society

School bans all student clubs rather than allow LGBT society
 - A school in North Carolina has opted to ban all students groups, rather than allow students to form an LGBT club. Students at Lake Lure Classical ...

Japan's private sector strides ahead of national government in acceptance of LGBT people

Japan's private sector strides ahead of national government in acceptance of LGBT people
 - Initiatives targeting LGBT would actually improve productivity, lead to the hiring of qualified staff, and discourage people from leaving their jobs,” said ...

LGBT gains in Ukraine are in danger

LGBT gains in Ukraine are in danger
 - Dozens of demonstrators for equal rights gathered outside parliament on Nov. 12 for a rally in support of the passing of a bill on ending discrimination ...

First of 3 meetings on LGBT anti-discrimination laws draws 400, sharp exchanges

First of 3 meetings on LGBT anti-discrimination laws draws 400, sharp exchanges
 - The first of three “community conversations” on whether Jacksonville should add LGBT people to the city's anti-discrimination laws drew an overflow ...

One in five people admit to making anti-LGBT comments, finds poll

One in five people admit to making anti-LGBT comments, finds poll
 - A YouGov poll for Stonewall also revealed that a shocking percentage of people admit to not intervening when they overheard derogatory comments.

LGBT rights ordinances stop being reasonable at the restroom door

LGBT rights ordinances stop being reasonable at the restroom door
 - As Dallas updates its LGBT rights ordinances, there is a reason we find ourselves in a conversation about bathrooms: The restroom door is where the ...

This Is What Happens At A Formal For Young LGBT People

This Is What Happens At A Formal For Young LGBT People
 - A group for LGBTI young people based in Victoria, Minus18 has run several successful formals for queer young people and their friends in Melbourne over recent years. The group has tapped into a market with clear demand – numbers at their last Melbourne formal swelled to about 500.

Best Place to Work' for LGBT Equality

Best Place to Work' for LGBT Equality
 - Anthem's efforts in satisfying all of the CEI's criteria results in a 100 percent ranking and the designation as a Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality.

Higher Education Doesn't Promise Access to Suitable Jobs

Higher Education Doesn't Promise Access to Suitable Jobs
 - Approximately 6 percent of the U.S. workforce belong to one the two occupations. Nurses, with an annual mean wage of $69,790, were the only occupation of the top 10 occupations to exceed the average pay of $47,230. The highest paying occupations include chief executives, physicians, nurse anesthetists, petroleum engineers and dentist occupations. Most STEM occupations are also high-earning, as well as

No such thing as 'typical Latino voter,' but immigration is the unifier

No such thing as 'typical Latino voter,' but immigration is the unifier
 - Latinos – 71 percent of whom voted for Obama compared to only 27 percent for Romney – played a historically similar role to that of Catholics in electing John F. Kennedy or African-American voters with Bill Clinton, and when the election results were tallied both parties immediately took notice.

Peru seeks indigenous support for new Bilingual Education Plan

Peru seeks indigenous support for new Bilingual Education Plan
 - On October 21, leaders of Peru's Ministry of Education invited representatives of 54 indigenous groups to comment on a new national policy that would ...

Americans feel anxious, pessimistic about crime, racial tension, immigration

Americans feel anxious, pessimistic about crime, racial tension, immigration
 - Reid noted the “diverging views” between black, white and Hispanic Americans about what “constitutes racism,” the “intensity with which a lot of white ...

African-American students protest institutionalized racism at universities across the US

African-American students protest institutionalized racism at universities across the US
 - That support means that Missouri is not the only institution of higher learning where African-American students say they constantly face racial ...

Racism exists in all of us

Racism exists in all of us
 - Media is replete with news reports to which responses are often divided along racial lines (e.g. deaths of unarmed African-Americans at the hands of ...

The Louisiana governor's race is the worst thing in American politics

The Louisiana governor's race is the worst thing in American politics
 - The whole ad is basically a racial dog whistle—just watch to see what we .... Richmond, making that seat around 41 to 42 percent African-American.

Americans see a lot of discrimination against people who are Muslim, black or gay

Americans see a lot of discrimination against people who are Muslim, black or gay
 - Majorities also say that black people (63 percent) and Hispanic people (56 percent) face a lot of discrimination, while a majority of Americans (53 ...