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domingo, 6 de diciembre de 2015

Transgender Women and HIV Prevention

Transgender Women and HIV Prevention
 - Since 1971, Fenway Health has been working to make life healthier for the people in our neighborhood, the LGBT community, people living with ...

11 Lesbian Movies To Watch Before You Catch 'Carol'

11 Lesbian Movies To Watch Before You Catch 'Carol'
 - But these 11 cinematic pieces are some of the most seminal, marking big changes, cult status, and serious shifts in how film portrayed LGBT women ...

We Must Stop Alienating Them

We Must Stop Alienating Them
 - However, Muslim LGBT activists must understand that religion is too powerful a tool to be left to the hands of hateful ideologues. Since heterosexist ...

Stigma and discrimination seen as key hindrances to curbing intimate partner violence in LGBT ...

Stigma and discrimination seen as key hindrances to curbing intimate partner violence in LGBT ...
- There is the stigma of saying that your partner abuses you and then there is also the stigma of being LGBT in Guyana,” she said. “Stigma hinders ...

Increasing support for gay rights from BJP leaders. A rainbow in sight?

Increasing support for gay rights from BJP leaders. A rainbow in sight?
 - The last Sunday of November saw the colors of rainbow descend upon the streets of Delhi as hundreds of LGBT rights supporters marched towards ...

More Religious Schools Seek Right to Discriminate Against LGBT Students

More Religious Schools Seek Right to Discriminate Against LGBT Students
 - With the expansion of LGBT rights, there has been a spike in the number of religiously affiliated colleges and universities seeking exemptions from ...

Schools offered grants to plug 'diversity gaps' with LGBT teachers

Schools offered grants to plug 'diversity gaps' with LGBT teachers
 - The fund, run by the National College for Teaching and Leadership, offers schools funding of up to £30,000, to hire teachers, or train existing staff.

This Kid's Book Features A Prince Who Transforms Into A Princess

This Kid's Book Features A Prince Who Transforms Into A Princess
 - It is the first in a series that author Greg McGoon plans to create to detail the lives and stories of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) ...

Jompeame Wants To Reduce Poverty In South America Through Crowdfunding

Jompeame Wants To Reduce Poverty In South America Through Crowdfunding
 - Jompeame (Jumpstartme in Spanish) is a new crowdfunding site aimed at helping the impoverished in Latin America. “Our mission initially is to ...

Where Uruguay leads, the rest of the world struggles to keep up

Where Uruguay leads, the rest of the world struggles to keep up
 - In the 1870s, Uruguay pioneered universal, free, secular education, the first Latin American country to make it compulsory for every child to attend ...

How Britons welcomed black soldiers during WWII, and fought alongside them against

How Britons welcomed black soldiers during WWII, and fought alongside them against
 -  Britons for the thousands of black American troops stationed amongst them during the war - in stark contrast to the vicious racist abuse they received ...

Sixty years after Rosa Parks, Clinton urges racial justice

Sixty years after Rosa Parks, Clinton urges racial justice
 - Sixty years after Rosa Parks, Clinton urges racial justice ... Initially, the MIA used the African American response to Rosa Parks' arrest to campaign for ...

How the 'Ungrateful Black Writer' Saeed Jones Is Rewriting Culture

How the 'Ungrateful Black Writer' Saeed Jones Is Rewriting Culture
 - I felt often when writers speak up — you certainly see this happen to women [and] LGBT people — you become known as the whiny, angry person.

What Happened When One High School Started An Open Conversation About Race

What Happened When One High School Started An Open Conversation About Race
 - “I used to just identify as black because that's the race that most people at my old school used to be and it wasn't as accepting,” she continued.

To fight racial isolation on campus, start with admissions

To fight racial isolation on campus, start with admissions
 - Given the stubborn persistence of racial segregation in Texas, some increase in African American and Hispanic students at the university was ...

Knollenberg responds to outrage over comments perceived as racist

Knollenberg responds to outrage over comments perceived as racist
 - He said the bottom line is he doesn't believe race is a problem. "I have an African-American employee who works for me,” said Knollenberg.