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lunes, 5 de septiembre de 2016

Do you want to see inclusive campus ministry thrive?

Do you want to see inclusive campus ministry thrive?
 - It is more likely than not that our denomination will split over LGBT inclusion within the next four years, which means that United Methodist campus ...

In face of vandalism, LGBT paper continues mission of inclusion

In face of vandalism, LGBT paper continues mission of inclusion
 - City officials and community members rallied behind the newspaper, the largest publication covering the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community in New England. Pride flags still fly over Washington Street, and more than 100 people gathered last week to watch Rainbow Times staff unveil a new display box.

One Mississippi' series premieres, 'Gaycation' returns, 'Difficult People'

One Mississippi' series premieres, 'Gaycation' returns, 'Difficult People'
 - Grab the remote, set your DVR or queue up your streaming service of choice! GLAAD is bringing you the highlights in LGBT on TV this week.


Texas attorney behind anti-LGBT case dines with transgender boy

Texas attorney behind anti-LGBT case dines with transgender boy
 - Texas attorney general Ken Paxton joins family of transgender boy, 8, for dinner despite filing anti-LGBT lawsuit targeting bathroom mandate.

The first gay bishop is a huge step forward – but it's not enough

The first gay bishop is a huge step forward – but it's not enough
 - It's great to see the Church of England's acceptance of Nicholas Chamberlain. But many LGBT people like myself feel held back from priesthood by the ...

King of Norway delivers emotionally charged speech in favour of LGBT rights, refugees and tolerance

King of Norway delivers emotionally charged speech in favour of LGBT rights, refugees and tolerance
 - The King of Norway has delivered an impassioned speech in favour of LGBT rights and the plight of refugees in the country. Speaking to over 1,000 ...

Education is the key to rooting out hate crime

Education is the key to rooting out hate crime
 - Members of the LGBT community and friends were enjoying a day out when a nail bomb went off, killing and injuring people. That day changed many ...

Man accused of threatening LGBT in South Florida faces federal charges

Man accused of threatening LGBT in South Florida faces federal charges
 - A man charged with threatening Wilton Manors' LGBT community on Facebook is in federal custody in Seminole County, north of Orlando. The FBI ...

One change in US education could dramatically improve America's relationship with the world

One change in US education could dramatically improve America's relationship with the world
 - In 1958, the US National Defense Education Act funded university foreign language programs to ensure that Americans would fare well against the ...

Trump Trying To Con African-Americans

Trump Trying To Con African-Americans
 - I want to put up some numbers — 26.2 percent of blacks now live below the poverty line, 25.5 percent of food stamp recipients are blacks and black ...

Tax Evasion Siphoned off 6.7% from Latin America's GDP in 2015

Tax Evasion Siphoned off 6.7% from Latin America's GDP in 2015
 - Brazil's largest cities are a hallmark of inequality in Latin America with poor, under-served favelas harshly juxtaposed again wealthy neighborhoods.

Ambiicultural' Hispanics Shaping More Than Elections

Ambiicultural' Hispanics Shaping More Than Elections
 - Nielsen reports that Hispanic people are expected to account for 24% of the population by 2040, and 29% by 2060. They're gaining in affluence, with ...

The Legislature helped poor people and farmworkers but skipped the middle class

The Legislature helped poor people and farmworkers but skipped the middle class
 - But among people most likely to vote, whites outnumber Latinos by more than 3 to 1, ... More than 90% are Latino, and more than 80% are immigrants.

Trump Immigration Plan Gets Backlash From Latino Supporters

Trump Immigration Plan Gets Backlash From Latino Supporters
 - Recognize that a lot of money is going to be saved by enforcing our borders, by not, you know, giving various types of benefits to people who are here ...

Young whites divide on handling violence by, against police

Young whites divide on handling violence by, against police
 - Young Americans across racial and ethnic groups are more likely to trust Clinton than Trump to handle police violence against African-Americans.

Trump comes to town as political scientists study his populism

Trump comes to town as political scientists study his populism
 - Standing on North Broad Street on Friday as Donald Trump assured a private meeting of African American voters that he isn't a racist while angry ...