WebDesktop - Smartphones - Tablets   | Las Américas | Keeping up-to-date on social exclusion worldwide | REVISTAS DE PRENSA : Poverty | Afro-Americans | Latinoamérica | Inequality | Education | LGBT | NON-PROFIT initiative : Nuestra misión es proporcionar la mejor información sobre la exclusión social en todo el mundo || Raising awareness on the damaging effects of social exclusion

Buscar este blog



Tags about global social exclusion | Las américas

domingo, 27 de marzo de 2016

Colorful Phagwah Parade, display of Hindu and Indo-Caribbean traditions, sees first-ever LGBT ...

Colorful Phagwah Parade, display of Hindu and Indo-Caribbean traditions, sees first-ever LGBT ...
 - Spring received a colorful, inclusive welcome in Queens Saturday . The Phagwah Parade, a jubilant display of Indo-Caribbean culture and Hindu ...


Cruz accepts anti-LGBT recommendations from 'religious liberty' council

Cruz accepts anti-LGBT recommendations from 'religious liberty' council
 - Ted Cruz has accepted anti-LGBT recommendations from his religious liberty ... from his “religious liberty” council that would undermine LGBT rights.

Augusta University event pushes for greater LGBT awareness in health care

Augusta University event pushes for greater LGBT awareness in health care
 - It was a color code on his file that began the problem when Liam Mitchum recently went to Augusta University Medical Center's emergency room for ...

Eastsiders' nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards

Eastsiders' nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards
 - Called “Funny and Heartbreaking” by Entertainment Weekly, the critically-acclaimed LGBT series premiered its first season on Logo in 2012 and was ...


Baseball coach empathises with LGBT community after making homophobic comments

Baseball coach empathises with LGBT community after making homophobic comments
 - A baseball cash who made homophobic comments has been made to work with LGBT groups to educate himself and others about homophobia.

How The Human Rights Campaign Is Helping The GOP Retain The Senate

How The Human Rights Campaign Is Helping The GOP Retain The Senate
 - The simple truth is that in 2016 in Illinois we don't need Mark Kirk — he needs us. Kirk is in a deep blue state and he absolutely must support full LGBT ...

George Takei: 'The struggle continues'

George Takei: 'The struggle continues'
 - In addition to his work with the LGBT community, George, a Japanese-American, has lent support to a number of anti-racist causes over the years in a ...

The NBA Has Concerns About A North Carolina Anti-LGBT Law

The NBA Has Concerns About A North Carolina Anti-LGBT Law
 - North Carolina's new discrimination law could be violating the U.S. constitution, in addition to dealing a serious blow to LGBT people by preventing ...

Federal recognition sought for four SF LGBT historic sites

Federal recognition sought for four SF LGBT historic sites
 - Federal recognition sought for four SF LGBT historic sites ... for African-American, Asian-American, Latino American, LGBTQ populations, and women.

Obama's Havana moment

Obama's Havana moment
 - The nuclear deal with Iran, a country the US has designated a state sponsor of ... “It was necessary because Latin America demanded it and the old ...

Panama: The Next Big Country for Latin American Films?

Panama: The Next Big Country for Latin American Films?
 - An exponential surge in the quantity and quality of films is coming out of Latin America over the past five years. (Hence my urge to write two books on ...

The other opioid crisis - people in poor countries cant get the pain medication they need

The other opioid crisis - people in poor countries cant get the pain medication they need
 - The model laws and training sessions helped inspire countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa to pass new, more restrictive laws during the 1970s ...

Cuba Aims to Be 1st to Eliminate Tuberculosis in Latin America

Cuba Aims to Be 1st to Eliminate Tuberculosis in Latin America
 - And the island nation is already well on its way to achieving that goal. In Cuba, there are just 6.2 cases of tuberculosis per 100,000 people, well below the regional average for Latin America at over 25 cases per 100,000, according to WHO data.
This content was originally published by teleSUR at the following address: 
 "http://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/Cuba-Aims-to-Be-1st-to-Eliminate-Tuberculosis-in-Latin-America-20160326-0038.html". If you intend to use it, please cite the source and provide a link to the original article. www.teleSURtv.net/english


UN Worried About Brazil as Poverty Seen Rising in Latin America

UN Worried About Brazil as Poverty Seen Rising in Latin America
 - The U.N. said on Tuesday that it was worried about the impact of recent events in Brazil on the country's ability to continue fighting poverty and its ...

Peru, best Latin American performer in poverty reduction in 2001-14

Peru, best Latin American performer in poverty reduction in 2001-14
 - Peru is the country that has reduced poverty the most in Latin America over the past few years, with a decline of 32 percentage points, ...

The Backlash Against North Carolina's Anti-LGBT Law Is Growing

The Backlash Against North Carolina's Anti-LGBT Law Is Growing
 - The Backlash Against North Carolina's Anti-LGBT Law Is Growing ... as is the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, the oldest African-American ...