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jueves, 16 de junio de 2016

LGBT People Are More Likely to Be Targets of Hate Crimes Than Any Other Minority Group

LGBT People Are More Likely to Be Targets of Hate Crimes Than Any Other Minority Group
 - L.G.B.T. people are twice as likely to be targeted as African-Americans, and the rate of hate crimes against them has surpassed that of crimes against ...

LGBT patients need end-of-life equality

LGBT patients need end-of-life equality
 - Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are likely to experience a number of barriers to accessing the high quality care they need when living with a terminal illness and at the end of life. It seems odd for me to be writing this in our society in the 21st century, when recently Scotland has again been rated the best country in Europe for LGBT


Indiana man planning attack on LGBT festival was fleeing arrest for child molestation

Indiana man planning attack on LGBT festival was fleeing arrest for child molestation
 - James Wesley Howell was already under investigation for allegedly molesting a 12-year-old girl when he was arrested for allegedly planning to do ...

Pain and Power: The LGBT Crucible

Pain and Power: The LGBT Crucible
 - One year after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage, the Orlando shootings capture the challenges facing the LGBT community as their political ...

Christians Must Repent for Devaluing LGBT People

Christians Must Repent for Devaluing LGBT People
 - That drives kindhearted people to publicly denounce laws that would protect L.G.B.T. people. It creates a culture where we're told that the way in which ...

Outpouring of love for LGBT community after massacre shows how far society has come

Outpouring of love for LGBT community after massacre shows how far society has come
 - Vigils have been held in New York City and around the world as people pay tribute to the victims of the shooting at LGBT club Pulse in Orlando, ...

After Orlando, will LGBT activists take aim at the NRA?

After Orlando, will LGBT activists take aim at the NRA?
 - Gun safety has not been a major issue for the LGBT community, but now it must be," wrote Eric Sasson, a columnist for the website The Daily Good.

Sports Illustrated' Would Really, Really, Really Like an LGBT Superstar Athlete

Sports Illustrated' Would Really, Really, Really Like an LGBT Superstar Athlete
 - The American transgender community is actively recruiting the next LGBT athlete. Except this time, unlike Michael Sam, they would like said athlete to ...

Heavily represented among the Pulse victims, Orlando's growing Hispanic community assesses ...

Heavily represented among the Pulse victims, Orlando's growing Hispanic community assesses ...
 - It's incredibly sad that so many people in our community have been affected by this violence," said Esteban Garces, Florida director of the Hispanic ...

Latin Americans may fall back into poverty

Latin Americans may fall back into poverty
- UN Latin Americans may fall back into poverty Panama city: A third of Latin Americans who have risen out of poverty over the past 15 years could fall ...

Oakland police more likely to stop black people, study finds

Oakland police more likely to stop black people, study finds
 - Racial disparities are real, as this research shows,” Eberhardt said. “Differences exist in how police officers treat African Americans compared to those ...

How will we remember black women on the anniversary of the Charleston shooting?

How will we remember black women on the anniversary of the Charleston shooting?
 - Declaring his hatred of African-Americans, Roof methodically murdered one ... In discussions of racial violence in U.S. history, the image most often ...

Researchers 'Surprised' that Compared to Whites, Race Actually Protects Young Black Adults from ...

Researchers 'Surprised' that Compared to Whites, Race Actually Protects Young Black Adults from .
- Younger African-American adults are less likely to become severely confused during their stays in hospital intensive care units, a new study suggests.

The Forgotten Coalition

The Forgotten Coalition
Racial Realignment argues that African Americans were, in fact, willing and able participants of the New Deal — and in the process, they made ...

How will we remember black women on the anniversary of the Charleston shooting?

How will we remember black women on the anniversary of the Charleston shooting?
-  One such issue is that black women, without due recognition, continue to endure the pain and carry the trauma of America's legacy of racial violence.

There is a stunning gap between the number of white and black inmates in America's prisons

There is a stunning gap between the number of white and black inmates in America's prisons
- rates for ethnic groups in every state using data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics. ... In state prisons, African-Americans are incarcerated at 5.1 times the rate of whites. ... Maryland has a prison population that's 72 percent black.