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martes, 4 de octubre de 2016

LGBT options continue to grow in Las Vegas

LGBT options continue to grow in Las Vegas
- That vacancy was filled when Revolt opened in the Saxe Theater at Planet Hollywood at the end of September. But while the club will be a welcome addition to the LGBT nightlife scene, Las Vegas has a robust calendar of annual LGBT-focused events and several regular entertainment options on the Strip that cater to the LGBT community.

LGBT Is not a Color

LGBT Is not a Color
- But halfway through this ad for the University of Phoenix, alumna Gail Marquis is shown marching hand-in-hand with LGBT activists and waving a ...

Before he was Trump's running mate, Mike Pence led the anti-LGBT backlash

Before he was Trump's running mate, Mike Pence led the anti-LGBT backlash
- Governor Mike Pence holds a news conference in Indianapolis on 26 March 2015 after signing into law a religious objections bill that that many saw ...

LGBT foster centre gets provincial funding

LGBT foster centre gets provincial funding
- Officials with a social services agency specifically designed to help LGBT youth say the province is now providing the necessary funding for their work.

California Passes Law Preventing Colleges From Discriminating Against LGBT Students

California Passes Law Preventing Colleges From Discriminating Against LGBT Students
- A new California law mandates that private universities who discriminate against LGBT students must publicly disclose their policies on gender identity ...

LGBT community with mental health problems face 'dual discrimination' say campaigners

LGBT community with mental health problems face 'dual discrimination' say campaigners
- MENTAL health campaigners say members of the LGBT community face "dual discrimination" but have nowhere to get help. See Me, the national ...

Skin Color and LGBT Are Not the Same: Stop Hijacking Civil Rights

Skin Color and LGBT Are Not the Same: Stop Hijacking Civil Rights
- But halfway through this ad for the University of Phoenix, alumna Gail Marquis is shown marching hand-in-hand with LGBT activists and waving a ...

Americans Split on Whether Religious Freedom or LGBT Rights Are More Important

Americans Split on Whether Religious Freedom or LGBT Rights Are More Important
- Americans are divided as to whether religious freedom or LGBT rights should be favored when the two concepts conflict with one another.

5 ways Latino voters could impact the presidential election

5 ways Latino voters could impact the presidential election
- The Latino population is younger than the non-Hispanic white population. You have a lot more people in that age group, early 20s, early 30s that are ...

Why does poverty exist in the world?

Why does poverty exist in the world?
- It means that charity presupposes poverty. Charity is derived from the Latin word caritas. Webster's Dictionary tells us that originally, in Latin, the word ...
Latin America is the most unequal continent in the world
 - Neoliberalism was very harmful to Latin America. It started with ... And it meant more poverty, more inequality, huge wave of political instability.

Supreme Court, like the country, struggles with race

Supreme Court, like the country, struggles with race
- And now, as a new session begins, the court is delving into a set of racially .... The officer used a racial slur on Manuel, who is African-American.

US Owes African-Americans Reparations for Slavery

US Owes African-Americans Reparations for Slavery
- Thousands of people of African descent were killed in violent public acts of racial control and domination and the perpetrators were never held ...

Richard Pryor 40 Years Ago: 'Promoting Racism Is Part of Capitalism'

Richard Pryor 40 Years Ago: 'Promoting Racism Is Part of Capitalism'
- Police killings of unarmed black people have poured gasoline on the race relations debate in America, but the United States has been a divided ...


How a racist myth landed Duane Buck on death row

How a racist myth landed Duane Buck on death row
- Nothing in the world is easier in the United States than to accuse a black man of crime,” W.E.B. Du Bois wrote in 1932. Nearly 85 years later, the ...

Obama Administration Tells Black Parents Their School Choices Are Racist

Obama Administration Tells Black Parents Their School Choices Are Racist
- This meant combining the mostly African-American East Side High with the racially mixed Cleveland High. Yet the demographics of Cleveland schools ...