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jueves, 28 de julio de 2016

LGBT community sees dip in average sums assured

LGBT community sees dip in average sums assured
 - The average sum assured for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the UK fell by more than £8,000, according to gay insurance ...

Why Metro Vancouver needs an East Asian Canadian LGBT organization

Why Metro Vancouver needs an East Asian Canadian LGBT organization
 - Love Intersections cofounders Jen Sung and David Ng say that there are specific cultural differences that can affect how LGBT issues are handled in ...

Group's Leader Called for 'War to Restore a Christian America'

Group's Leader Called for 'War to Restore a Christian America'
 - Republican Senator Marco Rubio will be headlining an event hosted by an anti-LGBT group that has ties to a national anti-gay hate group. The Florida ...

LGBT Sanders supporters on whether they'll vote for Clinton

LGBT Sanders supporters on whether they'll vote for Clinton
 - We asked LGBT Sanders supporters if they'll vote for Hillary Clinton in November. Unsurprisingly, responses were mixed. By John Riley on July 27, ...

Department for Education increases funds to support LGBT adopters

Department for Education increases funds to support LGBT adopters
 - The Department for Education has announced it will give a total of £100,000 to the UK's only LGBT adoption and fostering charity, New Family Social, ...

Once again, it's "Hotter than July" for Detroit's black LGBT community

Once again, it's "Hotter than July" for Detroit's black LGBT community
 - It's time for Hotter than July, Detroit's annual week of celebration and remembrance for the black LGBT community. This year's events kicked off ...

There will always be a need for the LGBT community to bare its soul on Pride day

There will always be a need for the LGBT community to bare its soul on Pride day
 - Even if LGBT people achieved absolute social acceptance in Ireland, the parades that inject Irish cities with a rainbow of colour would still be ...

Pulse Shooting Highlights Role Of Faith And Family For LGBT Latinos

Pulse Shooting Highlights Role Of Faith And Family For LGBT Latinos
 - The Pulse shooting has sparked conversations about race, religion and sexuality. It's also put a spotlight on the LGBT and Latino communities.

Latino Identity in South Los Angeles – Across the Generations

Latino Identity in South Los Angeles – Across the Generations
 - At that time we were about the only Latinos on the block… ... But the majority of those who lived there were older people, and they were very nice.


Detained immigrants have a better pathway forward

Detained immigrants have a better pathway forward
- These are the profiles of famous Hispanic celebrities, policy makers, ... but finding a way to make that broken system work for more people in the ...

Milk' screenwriter reflects on LGBT progress at dedication for historic gay landmark

Milk' screenwriter reflects on LGBT progress at dedication for historic gay landmark
 - He closed out the reflections by encouraging LGBT people to show solidarity with other marginalized groups like the Black Lives Matter movement.

How We Report on Structural Racism Can Hurt Us—or Heal Us

How We Report on Structural Racism Can Hurt Us—or Heal Us
 - Nearly 50 years ago, an 11-member commission assembled by President Lyndon B. Johnson, issued a report on civil disorders known as the Kerner Report. It included the commission’s findings upon their investigation into the numerous uprisings that occurred in 1967,
 

The world has to know US is 'not a sweet country' for African Americans

The world has to know US is 'not a sweet country' for African Americans
 - An African American journalist says the country is not a “sweet” one for the black community members as racial profiling remains “a reality” in the ...

Survivors speak out about racial disparities in breast cancer

Survivors speak out about racial disparities in breast cancer
- In 2013, Dr. Barrett says the breast cancer mortality was 39% higher in black women than in white women. And African-American women are often ...

Obama's presidency has led to more visible racism, some black delegates say

Obama's presidency has led to more visible racism, some black delegates say
- I think there has been a negative response to an African-American becoming ... On Wednesday, Johnson said racial bias still exists in hiring and other ...

2 young gay Atlanta leaders wow Democratic Convention

2 young gay Atlanta leaders wow Democratic Convention
 - Two young black LGBT leaders from Atlanta wowed the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday, telling delegates – and a national audience ...