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martes, 17 de mayo de 2016

Tunisian LGBT community lives in shadows

Tunisian LGBT community lives in shadows
 - Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights, long taboo in the conservative Muslim state, have improved gradually since the 2011 revolution ...

The EU 'has played a crucial role in promoting LGBT rights'

The EU 'has played a crucial role in promoting LGBT rights'
 - The European Union has played a crucial role in promoting LGBT rights to legal equality in Britain, across Europe and around the world. The EU's ...

New Survey Shows Frightening Anti-LGBT Bias Worldwide

New Survey Shows Frightening Anti-LGBT Bias Worldwide
 - America may have recently legalized same-sex marriage and same-sex adoption, but the debate over transexual bathroom use is just one indicator ...

Call for hate crime laws following LGBT attacks in The Bahamas

Call for hate crime laws following LGBT attacks in The Bahamas
 - The past several weeks have seen a shocking escalation in hate speech aimed at members of the LGBT community, culminating in the call by a ...

In Japan, LGBT Students Face Bullying With Little Protection

In Japan, LGBT Students Face Bullying With Little Protection
 - With North Carolina at the center of controversy around their latest transgender bathroom legislation, a new report from Human Rights Watch reveals ..

Rainbow pride flags fly in support of LGBT community

 Rainbow pride flags fly in support of LGBT community
 - The day also acts as a reminder of the discrimination that LGBT people still face around the world, and encourages people to take action against it.

Global survey on LGBT issues finds heteronormative views still the norm

Global survey on LGBT issues finds heteronormative views still the norm
 - The survey was conducted by the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association, which also looked at LGBT rights worldwide.

Transgender police officer raises LGBT rainbow flag for the first time

Transgender police officer raises LGBT rainbow flag for the first time
 - A police force in Australia has celebrated its LGBT workplace by raising a rainbow flag in an inaugural ceremony. In a moving moment on Tuesday, ...

Latin America is setting the new standard in terms of LGBT rights”

Latin America is setting the new standard in terms of LGBT rights”
 - Bear in mind that Venezuela was the first Latin American country to ... It is a sexist education that begins with the toys, and that limits a woman to her ...

Being Black at America's Elite Public High Schools

Being Black at America's Elite Public High Schools
 - On the heels of the controversy at Boston Latin, faculty at Boston University's School of Education initiated a series of dialogues to jumpstart exactly ...

Poverty and Exclusion Promote Sex Tourism: Global Study

Poverty and Exclusion Promote Sex Tourism: Global Study
 - The document states that, in Costa Rica, as in other countries in Latin America, poverty and exclusion of developing tourist areas promotes sex tourism ...

As crisis deepens, Puerto Rico's statehood status increasingly subject of debate

As crisis deepens, Puerto Rico's statehood status increasingly subject of debate
 - Puerto Rico gains independence I'll leave,” she told Fox News Latino. ... But with almost half of its population living in poverty and some 12 percent ...

Are African-Americans Locked Out? State of Black America Report

Are African-Americans Locked Out? State of Black America Report
 - The National Urban League's 2016 State of Black America Report, 'Locked Out: ... has not been a panacea for America's long-standing race problem.

91 Percent of Black Teens Believe Racism is Here to Stay, A Staggering 33 Percent ...

91 Percent of Black Teens Believe Racism is Here to Stay, A Staggering 33 Percent ...
 - But the study also revealed that race and racial discrimination are still pressing issues for American teens today. Per the 1966 report, 44 percent of ...


What Good Is History for African Americans?

What Good Is History for African Americans?
 - Black Americans continue to struggle disproportionately in employment and education. ... Glaude's book is a sober reflection on our racial reality.

Democratic Senate race fell along racial lines, data shows

Democratic Senate race fell along racial lines, data shows
 - Democratic Senate race fell along racial lines, data shows ... In a largely African-American precinct near Van Bokkelen Elementary School in Severn, ...