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miércoles, 16 de diciembre de 2015

How does COP21 affect Latin America?

How does COP21 affect Latin America?
 - Latin America alone is responsible for 10 percent of the world's global greenhouse gas emissions, with Honduras the Central American country most ...

British people have no worse teeth than Americans, study says

British people have no worse teeth than Americans, study says
 - Meanwhile, there were greater levels of teeth inequality in the US than in England, with the poorest in America having worse teeth – which the ...

To Reduce Inequality, Cut Red Tape

To Reduce Inequality, Cut Red Tape
 - A "considerable portion of America's exploding inequality," writes Steven Teles, "has been generated by government itself... While the state is ...

Latin America needs to improve inequality among workers according to UN report

Latin America needs to improve inequality among workers according to UN report
 - The United Nations Program for Development (UNDP) highlighted in their annual Human Development Index, that Latin America and the Caribbean ...

Knight at the Movies: 2015 in movies including 10 best LGBT films

Knight at the Movies: 2015 in movies including 10 best LGBT films
 - This year's first quarter was mostly filled with movies from the previous year's LGBTQ film festivals finally arriving on VOD, on DVD or, in Chicago's case, in the increasingly rare theatrical run. These included Boy Meets Girl, First Period, The Circle and She's Beautiful When She's Angry. Late spring brought Bessie on HBO

Marco Rubio's America Would Be Hell for LGBT People

Marco Rubio's America Would Be Hell for LGBT People
 - Teetsel believes the “loving” thing to do with LGBT people is to tell them how much God hates their sin. Indeed, his primary message has been that ...

As Pride Agenda folds, a gay lawmaker details its unfinished work

As Pride Agenda folds, a gay lawmaker details its unfinished work
 - As a leading LGBT rights organization folds up its tent, a top gay legislator says there's plenty of work left to do for LGBT New Yorkers.

The Equality Movement Needs Your Christmas Love

The Equality Movement Needs Your Christmas Love
 - Do you know when the last time you gave to an LGBT nonprofit was? If you can't remember, maybe this holiday season is the perfect time to start a ...

Bill Refiled For LGBT Protections From Discrimination

Bill Refiled For LGBT Protections From Discrimination
 - The Springfield City Council voted in 2014 to extend a law preventing LGBT individuals from being discriminated against in the areas of housing, ...

The EU no longer leading on LGBT rights

The EU no longer leading on LGBT rights
- In many ways, EU member states are still leading and at the forefront when it comes to legal protection of LGBT people. The ones who set the ...

Penn State policies welcome LGBT-owned businesses and oppose discrimination

Penn State policies welcome LGBT-owned businesses and oppose discrimination
 - Penn State is an increasingly friendly place for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community to work, as the University launches a ...

NCAA joins group lobbying for LGBT rights

NCAA joins group lobbying for LGBT rights
 - The NCAA is joining a business coalition lobbying to expand Indiana's civil rights laws to include protections based on sexual orientation and gender ...

Three Questions African Americans Should Ask Donald Trump

Three Questions African Americans Should Ask Donald Trump
 - Do you think African Americans would vote for him? .... He's tweeted out racist and false information about African American crime statistics and has ...

Is the Texas Ten Percent Plan “Race Neutral”?

Is the Texas Ten Percent Plan “Race Neutral”?
 - The TPP produces a certain kind of diversity in the UT class: not only Latino and African American students but also white students from poor and rural ...

What's in a name? Not racism in this case

What's in a name? Not racism in this case
 - The verb “lynch” became a sinister word for African-Americans in the period ... Racial fear has no place on a college campus and administrators who ...

How a Race-Neutral Admissions Policy Will Promote Minorities' Success

How a Race-Neutral Admissions Policy Will Promote Minorities' Success
 - I recall one student in particular, an intelligent African-American who was nonetheless ... Bollinger before considering race as a factor in admissions.

Why African Americans Should Stand with Muslims and Arabs

Why African Americans Should Stand with Muslims and Arabs
 - We should reach out to Arabs and Muslims in the U.S. to share with them our experiences surviving racial totalitarianism, so that we both can learn ...

Racial stereotyping from Justice Scalia

Racial stereotyping from Justice Scalia
 - 9 that African-American college students might be better off at a “slower-track ... Scalia's remarks are an example of racial stereotyping from the bench.

A Tale of Two Regions?

A Tale of Two Regions?
 - Did poverty drop in Latin America because of good policies or good luck?" I am often asked this question after I tell people that poverty in the region ...

Science and faith: Bridging the gap through education

Science and faith: Bridging the gap through education
 - Science and faith: Bridging the gap through education ... The course offers discounted courses to countries in Latin America with students paying a ...