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jueves, 10 de noviembre de 2016

In the Day After the Election, Suicide Prevention Hotlines Received a Higher Number of Calls

In the Day After the Election, Suicide Prevention Hotlines Received a Higher Number of Calls
- We have made so much progress over the past few years, and there's a fear that we're going to backwards and LGBTQ people are going to lose their ...

Donald Trump's victory casts shadow over LGBT rights and environmental deals

Donald Trump's victory casts shadow over LGBT rights and environmental deals
- Trump is known to be against gay rights and gay marriages. LGBT community has not been one that found favour with him during his campaign.

Thai temple's attempt to be LGBT-positive with 'Butch' and 'Ladyboy' bathrooms

Thai temple's attempt to be LGBT-positive with 'Butch' and 'Ladyboy' bathrooms
- In the Southern province of Trang, a temple built separate bathrooms for "ladyboys" and “butch's" as a way to make LGBT Buddhists feel welcome.

Overwatch' On Hero Diversity: LGBT Characters In The Works

Overwatch' On Hero Diversity: LGBT Characters In The Works
- Equal representation has always been a goal of Overwatch, and it's looking pretty good with female desexualization and an upcoming introduction of ...

Berlin public and corporate Wi-Fi block LGBT-friendly websites

Berlin public and corporate Wi-Fi block LGBT-friendly websites
- A Berlin Ikea blocking the website for an LGBT advocacy group was just the tip of the iceberg. This is symptomatic of a government unconcerned with ...

5 Ways the Trump Presidency Could Affect LGBT Rights

5 Ways the Trump Presidency Could Affect LGBT Rights
- Throughout his campaign, Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, have made several worrisome claims regarding their anti-LGBT stance, and may ...

American minorities claim unusual levels of harassment following Trump's election

American minorities claim unusual levels of harassment following Trump's election
African-Americans, American Muslims, Hispanics and members of the LGBT community have reported experiencing unusual levels of harassment on ...

I'm Afraid for Black Lives': The Women of Color Organizing to Take Down Trump

I'm Afraid for Black Lives': The Women of Color Organizing to Take Down Trump
- or that his Vice President, Mike Pence, is a staunch supporter of mass incarceration policies that disproportionately affect black and Latino people.



Surprising number of Latinos voted for Trump

Surprising number of Latinos voted for Trump
Latino groups had hoped to flex their political muscle in the presidential election ... “But the number of Latino voters and people of color will only keep ...

As a Latina, I'm afraid for the future

As a Latina, I'm afraid for the future
- I felt proud to be a Latina as people were uniting to fight against a common enemy, and I will never forget the countless women I met along the ...

A stab to my people:' They became citizens to vote against Trump. But it wasn't enough.

A stab to my people:' They became citizens to vote against Trump. But it wasn't enough.
- For months, she urged her fellow Latinos in California to vote, to prevent Donald Trump from ... “I felt like it was a stab to my people,” Valdovinos said.

Immigrant communities fear deportation after election of Trump

Immigrant communities fear deportation after election of Trump
- All Latino people is criminals," said Joseline Orellana, a 16-year-old girl who arrived two years ago from El Salvador and watched the election returns ...

Donald Trump somehow managed to secure 30% of the Latino vote

Donald Trump somehow managed to secure 30% of the Latino vote
- But the latest exit polls are showing some shocking unexpected votes for Donald Trump - nearly 30 per cent of Hispanic/Latino people actually voted ...

Exit polls: a broad range of white people voted Trump for president

Exit polls: a broad range of white people voted Trump for president
- First, look at the topline numbers, from CNN’s exit poll of 24,537 voters at 350 voting locations. Fifty-eight percent of white voters chose Trump. A lot of the white areas that Obama won in 2012 went to Trump in this election, as the New York Times points out. Hillary Clinton lost Iowa, which Obama won in 2012. Clinton lost in Obama-won territory across the Midwest, the Rust Belt, and New England as well.
 

SA based African American poet says racism in US will now rear its head

SA based African American poet says racism in US will now rear its head
- SA based African American poet says racism in US will now rear its head ... Myesha Jenkins, African-American poet and writer living in South Africa says ... against black people, Asians, Native Americans and the LGBT community.

LGBT, Muslim and Hispanic communities react to Trump becoming President

LGBT, Muslim and Hispanic communities react to Trump becoming President
- Earlier KCOY 12 spoke with members of the LGBT, Hispanic and Muslim communities to get their reaction. Fernando Acuna came out as gay four ...