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martes, 26 de abril de 2016

16 'Pro-LGBT' Businesses That Operate in Countries With Poor Human Rights Records

16 'Pro-LGBT' Businesses That Operate in Countries With Poor Human Rights Records
 - However, several of the most vocal companies that say they stand with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans also operate in ...

Orthodox parents of LGBT children seek communities that care

Orthodox parents of LGBT children seek communities that care
 - Even today, according to a first-ever survey conducted by Eshel, Orthodox parents of LGBT children report that only 9 percent go to their rabbi first for ...


Young musician and LGBT activist first to be elected to the Seanad

Young musician and LGBT activist first to be elected to the Seanad
 - An LGBT activist who was the youngest elected mayor in the country two years ago, has convincingly topped the polls in the Seanad Cultural and ...

Documentary about Vancouver's LGBT rights pioneer barbara findlay retells Canadian queer history

Documentary about Vancouver's LGBT rights pioneer barbara findlay retells Canadian queer history
 - If you're unfamiliar with the name barbara findlay, or have heard of her but don't know a great deal about her role in LGBT rights, there's an opportunity ...

Can the World Bank Take Pride in its Defense of the LGBT Community?

Can the World Bank Take Pride in its Defense of the LGBT Community?
 - LGBT people face unique discrimination in many parts of the world where the World Bank conducts its work. Seventy-five countries criminalize ...

When religion and the LGBT collegiate athlete collide

When religion and the LGBT collegiate athlete collide
 - Freedom of religion and freedom from discrimination clash in North Carolina and Mississippi. The same tensions are simmering among LGBT athletes, ...

Transgender woman takes selfie in North Carolina bathroom to protest anti-LGBT law

Transgender woman takes selfie in North Carolina bathroom to protest anti-LGBT law
 - A transgender woman posted a photo of herself in a North Carolina bathroom in a powerful statement against a state law that limits public bathroom ...

Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent targets LGBT activist, friend in Bangladesh

Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent targets LGBT activist, friend in Bangladesh
 - A team of several jihadists killed a LGBT activist, Xulhaz Mannan, and his friend in Bangladesh's capital of Dhaka yesterday. The men were reportedly ...

Deaf Latinos struggle to connect with their families, and their Hispanic heritage

Deaf Latinos struggle to connect with their families, and their Hispanic heritage
 - Today, Jimenez, 27, is president of the Latino Deaf and Hard of Hearing ... People who work with the hearing-impaired say it's common for them to ...

Black employee accuses energy companies of racial discrimination

Black employee accuses energy companies of racial discrimination
 - An African-American woman is suing a group of energy companies, alleging racial discrimination and wrongful termination.

Watch artist create work exploring racial identity, violent language

Watch artist create work exploring racial identity, violent language
 - That's a fundamental principle of Bethany Collins' art. The Montgomery native explores that idea in a number of ways: isolating the illustrative sentences that accompany dictionary definitions, blind embossing archival documents and exploring contronyms, or words with two contradictory meanings, among other methods.

Social injustice: why black people tend to shout

Social injustice: why black people tend to shout
 - Sandra Bland's unlawful arrest last summer frightened black women ... for a fallen Black Lives Matter activist are proper routes to social justice or racial ...

Death Sentence Handed Down After 'Expert' Testifies That Black People Are Dangerous

Death Sentence Handed Down After 'Expert' Testifies That Black People Are Dangerous
 - Mr. Buck received a death sentence that is the product of explicit and blatant racial discrimination,” one of Buck's attorneys, Kate Black, wrote in an ...

Black Parents Tell Feds About Racial Bias In North Carolina School District

Black Parents Tell Feds About Racial Bias In North Carolina School District
 - Federal education officials heard evidence from African-American parents who said Wake County, North Carolina schools discriminate against their ...

UCLA class cultivates awareness of Mesoamerican languages, history

UCLA class cultivates awareness of Mesoamerican languages, history
 - But de la Cruz, who teaches Nahuatl through the UCLA Latin American Institute, doesn't normally get the opportunity to raise crops with his students.

Anti-LGBT Lawyer Will Bring Gun Into Target Bathroom to Protect Herself From Trans Women

Anti-LGBT Lawyer Will Bring Gun Into Target Bathroom to Protect Herself From Trans Women
 - Anita Staver, the leader of anti-LGBT group Liberty Counsel, confessed ... Millions of people saw one of the world's most powerful black women fight ...