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martes, 5 de abril de 2016

Boris is wrong – LGBT people should oppose Brexit

Boris is wrong – LGBT people should oppose Brexit
 - In his recent video for the LGBT Brexit group, 'Out and Proud' Boris Johnson, with typical disregard for the facts, asserted that the U.K.'s progressive ...

4 LGBT Events to Enjoy Spring

4 LGBT Events to Enjoy Spring
 - According to the calendar, it's spring, even if the weather is not cooperating. We're two weeks into the season and I'm sure you've probably seen ...

LGBT Students Fight 'Can't Say Gay' School Policies that Silence Teachers, Isolate Young People

LGBT Students Fight 'Can't Say Gay' School Policies that Silence Teachers, Isolate Young People
 - Niante Ricks was a few slides into “Bullying and discrimination towards LGBT youth in schools,” the PowerPoint she created for her high school's ...

LGBT Bathroom Hysteria Threatens North Carolina's Economy

LGBT Bathroom Hysteria Threatens North Carolina's Economy
 - North Carolina has come under threat from nearly 100 business leaders who attack a new privacy law which restricts biological males and females ...

North Carolina's Terrible Anti-LGBT Law Is Even Worse than We Thought

North Carolina's Terrible Anti-LGBT Law Is Even Worse than We Thought
 - When North Carolina lawmakers passed what is widely viewed as the most sweeping anti-LGBT law in the country, supporters said it was needed to ...

Parents Threaten 'Walk Out' Over Middle School's LGBT 'Acceptance Week'

Parents Threaten 'Walk Out' Over Middle School's LGBT 'Acceptance Week'
 - A number of parents in a suburb of San Francisco are speaking out against a planned LGBT "acceptance week" designed to teach middle school ...

Mississippi Is on Course to Steal North Carolina's Anti-LGBT Crown

Mississippi Is on Course to Steal North Carolina's Anti-LGBT Crown
 - Mississippi lawmakers have backed a so-called “religious protection” bill that would, among other things, specifically allow religious people to deny ...

Georgia and North Carolina religious freedom laws response to LGBT progress

Georgia and North Carolina religious freedom laws response to LGBT progress
 - Last year, the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage across the United States, and members of the LGBT community and their allies celebrated ...

Latin American universities boosted by European project

Latin American universities boosted by European project
 - The Latin American University Research and Doctoral Support (LAURDS) ... which supports schemes for developing educational infrastructure and ...

Peru successful in macro-economic management and poverty reduction

Peru successful in macro-economic management and poverty reduction
 - Peru successful in macro-economic management and poverty ... The WBG official recalled that Latin America has enjoyed very good years, ...

Loneliness and Poverty Force Japan's Elderly into Prisons

Loneliness and Poverty Force Japan's Elderly into Prisons
 - Japan's prisons are increasingly filling up with elderly prisoners as a result of poverty and social isolation, or those seeking a “home” and ...

Half the Students in Latin America Don't Finish High School

Half the Students in Latin America Don't Finish High School
 - The great educational challenge in Latin America is fighting a high-school dropout rate averaging roughly 50 percent, while at the ...

Despite Woodrow Wilson's racial views, Princeton won't rename buildings

Despite Woodrow Wilson's racial views, Princeton won't rename buildings
 - They demanded that the university take steps to improve the racial climate on ... Brent Henry, who is African-American, lived in the Wilson College and ...

Martin Luther King Was Assassinated On This Day in 1968—While Fighting For Unions

Martin Luther King Was Assassinated On This Day in 1968—While Fighting For Unions
 - King, of course, is best known for helping lead the fight against racial ... King believed that unions were among the best ways to help black people, and ...

Black patients at undue risk if racial perceptions guide medicine

Black patients at undue risk if racial perceptions guide medicine
 - Does the blood of black people clot more readily than that of white people? Does black skin generally have more collagen – is it thicker – than white ...

Four Years A Student-Athlete: The Racial Injustice of Big-Time College Sports

Four Years A Student-Athlete: The Racial Injustice of Big-Time College Sports
 - Before Robert and Amy McCormick could see the racial injustice at the .... African-Americans also make up a disproportionate share of the very best, ...