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domingo, 10 de julio de 2016

LGBTQ community stands proud

LGBTQ community stands proud
 - Be proud of ourselves, be proud of our community, specifically the last two years, be proud of the achievements we have made in LGBT rights," said ...

Simon Pegg and Zachary Quinto React to George Takei's Criticism Over Gay Sulu

Simon Pegg and Zachary Quinto React to George Takei's Criticism Over Gay Sulu
 - He's right, it is unfortunate; it's unfortunate that the screen version of the most inclusive, tolerant universe in science-fiction hasn't featured an LGBT ...

SD Latinos honor Orlando shooting victims

SD Latinos honor Orlando shooting victims
 - San Diego's Latinos stood in solidarity with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community Saturday following the massacre of 49 people at a ...

Dems enhance 2016 platform language on int'l LGBT rights

Dems enhance 2016 platform language on int'l LGBT rights
 - Dems enhanced language in the Democratic platform in favor of international LGBT rights. (Image of the rainbow flag by torbakhopper; courtesy Flickr.

LGBT groups condemn shootings of Black men

LGBT groups condemn shootings of Black men
 - LGBT people, especially LGBT people of color, know too well that police can discriminate, harass, and profile us when they should be protecting us.

Parnell Damone Marcano owns gay role in new Oprah drama

Parnell Damone Marcano owns gay role in new Oprah drama
 - As an African American gay man who's married, what do you say about the consensus that the African American church is now more open and ...

The Political Roots Of LGBT Pride Parades

The Political Roots Of LGBT Pride Parades
 - A protest at this year's Toronto Pride Parade led by Black Lives Matter has rattled the public and the aftermath has people questioning if Pride is the ...

How to Be a Sympathetic Leader During Challenging Times

How to Be a Sympathetic Leader During Challenging Times
 - Do not pretend to understand: Considering yourself a long-time supporter of African-American, LGBT, police or other cultures does not give you insight ...

America's history of separate lives is a root cause

America's history of separate lives is a root cause
 - It dug deeper by acknowledging racism: more black people shot by police officers than white people in the city (74% v 8%), and it called on politicians ...

Fix the racial disparities in Oregon's prisons

Fix the racial disparities in Oregon's prisons
 - By disaggregating and analyzing U.S. Justice Department data, The Sentencing Project found that African Americans are incarcerated by the states at ...

Dallas a reminder of hard lessons of racial violence

Dallas a reminder of hard lessons of racial violence
 - Violence grew out of frustration with this nation's inadequate attention to intolerable conditions that continued to plague African American communities.

Killings renew focus on race relations

Killings renew focus on race relations
 - Racism is entrenched within our nation's police departments, they say, and that's why black people, mostly men, are being shot and killed. That's why ...

Dallas reaction shows how people are happy to whip up racial tensions

Dallas reaction shows how people are happy to whip up racial tensions
 - To see every police shooting as inherently racist is absurd, given that black and Hispanic officers are more likely to fire a gun at African-Americans ...

Time to address racial issues in our communities

Time to address racial issues in our communities
 - Alton Sterling was a 37-year-old, gregarious African-American man who sold CDs outside a convenience store in Baton Rouge, La. Philando Castille ...

We need more cops of color

We need more cops of color
  - Police training is great, but can you train someone not to be a racist? ... When you look at the NYPD, there are 5,400 African-American police officers .

Americans of All Stripes Disapprove of Affirmative Action in College Admissions

Americans of All Stripes Disapprove of Affirmative Action in College Admissions
 - More African-American respondents said they supported racially blind merit-based admissions (50%) than those who said race should be considered ...