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miércoles, 18 de mayo de 2016

How the world feels about LGBT people

How the world feels about LGBT people
 - One of the major human rights stories of the past decade in the United States has been the astonishing progress toward equality for lesbian, gay, ...

Obama proud of his gov't for advancing LGBT rights

Obama proud of his gov't for advancing LGBT rights
 - U.S. President Barack Obama spoke of his administration with pride Tuesday for advancing the human rights of LGBT individuals in this country and ...

Another gay activist receives death threat, pushes LGBT community into hiding

Another gay activist receives death threat, pushes LGBT community into hiding
 - Bangladesh's LGBT community is marginalised in a country where same-sex sexual activity is illegal and many people strongly disapprove.

NZ a world-leader in recognition of LGBT rights

NZ a world-leader in recognition of LGBT rights
 - New Zealand has been rated as a world-leader when it comes to recognising the rights of the LGBT community, a step ahead of our neighbours ...

We will lose the battle against HIV without LGBT decriminalisation

We will lose the battle against HIV without LGBT decriminalisation
 - Demonstrators in South Africa hold hands during a protest in support of the Treatment Action Campaign's call to action on tuberculosis and HIV/Aids.

Dismay as Muslim states block LGBT rights groups from attending UN Aids summit

Dismay as Muslim states block LGBT rights groups from attending UN Aids summit
 - LGBT activists celebrate Gay Pride Parade in the Turkish capital Ankara, one of the few cities in the Muslim world where the annual march can take ...

22 complaints filed under Utah's new LGBT discrimination law

22 complaints filed under Utah's new LGBT discrimination law
 - Utah public school teacher Art Rice used to put on four shirts every day before work last year so no one would notice that he was becoming a woman.

30 LGBT MPs call for Britain to stay in the EU to protect gay rights

30 LGBT MPs call for Britain to stay in the EU to protect gay rights
- 30 LGBT MPs and members of the House of Lords have signed a cross-party letter calling for Britain to vote and stay in the EU in order to protect the ...

Donald Trump Supporters Who Beat Homeless Latino Man Sentenced to Years in Prison

Donald Trump Supporters Who Beat Homeless Latino Man Sentenced to Years in Prison
 - I came to this country many years ago and worked hard in the farm fields to provide produce to people here," Rodriguez said. "I actually became a ...

New York will allow some undocumented immigrants to teach and practice medicine

New York will allow some undocumented immigrants to teach and practice medicine
- The action by the Board of Regents will open up new opportunities for thousands of people with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – or DACA ...

Mexican cartels take over methamphetamine trade in the Ozarks

Mexican cartels take over methamphetamine trade in the Ozarks
 - The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has arrested 69 people in the last four months for methamphetamine use and distribution. In neighboring Webster ...

Following the Trail of Vermont's African American Heritage

Following the Trail of Vermont's African American Heritage
 - If you think about black history in America, Vermont is probably not the first place that comes to mind. The state has one of the lowest rates of racial ...

Growing racial disparity shatters American Dream

Growing racial disparity shatters American Dream
 - Meanwhile, law enforcement and the justice field were heavily affected by racial discrimination, with 88 percent of African-Americans believing they ...

Website Meant to Connect Neighbors Hears Complaints of Racial Profiling

Website Meant to Connect Neighbors Hears Complaints of Racial Profiling
 - And as Nextdoor has grown, users have complained that it has become a magnet for racial profiling, leading African-American and Latino residents to ...

Latin America – Region must invest in skilled workforce to boost economic growth

Latin America – Region must invest in skilled workforce to boost economic growth
 - He points out that the problem is that Latin America's education systems are struggling to produce enough skilled workers to raise productivity and ...

Added Value' Why Increasing the Number of Latino and Black Public School Teachers Matters

Added Value' Why Increasing the Number of Latino and Black Public School Teachers Matters
 - There is a troubling trend in education that is not getting enough attention: the growth of Latino teachers has not kept pace with the rising Latino ...