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miércoles, 30 de noviembre de 2016

8 Things to Know About Tom Price, Trump's Pick for Secretary of Health and Human Services

8 Things to Know About Tom Price, Trump's Pick for Secretary of Health and Human Services
- He's also anti-LGBTQ rights. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has given Price a score of 0, based on his voting record relating to LGBTQ rights.

This lawsuit could have major impact on LGBT employment protections

This lawsuit could have major impact on LGBT employment protections
LGBTQ people are anxious about their vulnerability under the coming Donald Trump presidency, due in part to the confusing patchwork of state and ...

Alleged historic LGBTQ tunnels fail to delay San Francisco development

Alleged historic LGBTQ tunnels fail to delay San Francisco development
- The alleged existence of a secret network of LGBTQ tunnels recently threw a wrench in plans for a new hospitality, housing and retail development in ...

Zales Just Took A Stand On Marriage Equality With This Beautiful Ad

Zales Just Took A Stand On Marriage Equality With This Beautiful Ad
- Last summer, Zales became the first major jewelry retailer to carry a collection specifically designed for LGBTQ couples. It's called the Love and Pride ...

Same-Sex Couple in Guam Adopts Transgender Youth

Same-Sex Couple in Guam Adopts Transgender Youth
- HRC is highlighting the stories of adoptive families all around the country, including Deasia and Nikki Dismuke-Johnson. In 2015, Deasia and Nikki became the first same-sex couple to wed in Guam. After officially tying the knot, they decided to expand their family through foster care and then adoption with Koinonia Family Services.


Canadians Question Trudeau's Response to Same-Sex Marriage in Liberia

Canadians Question Trudeau's Response to Same-Sex Marriage in Liberia
- Canadian “New Democrats” are questioning Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's commitment to defending LGBTQ rights abroad after his response to a ...

The 100 Season 4 Premiere Episode Cancelled? LGBTQ Characters Not Enough, Clarke Has New ...

The 100 Season 4 Premiere Episode Cancelled? LGBTQ Characters Not Enough, Clarke Has New ...
- Previously, The 100 receives backlash from the LGBTQ community for having fewer LGBTQ characters. According to Deadline, Ilan is coming back to ...
Trump's national security pick outed gay brother dying of AIDS to their parents
- The group had failed to endorse Trump during the election because of he had chosen to surround himself with anti-LGBTQ advisers, such as his ...



In Trump's America: Robert Reich Previews a New Era of Savage Inequality

In Trump's America: Robert Reich Previews a New Era of Savage Inequality
- Savage Inequality Last fall, Robert Reich published Saving Capitalism, in which he called for a sweeping realignment of political power to counter the ...

Latin America Land Inequality Worse Now Than Decades Ago

Latin America Land Inequality Worse Now Than Decades Ago
- The report, “Unearthed: Land, power, and inequality and Latin America,” finds that control over land in Latin America is even more unequally skewed than it was before governments in the region — under pressure from campesino movements — led a tide of redistributive agrarian reform policies in the 1960s to tackle the problem by putting more land into the hands of small-scale farmers and cooperatives.

Donald Trump has every reason to keep white people thinking about race

Donald Trump has every reason to keep white people thinking about race
- Merely being in the presence of Latino people changed liberal voters' attitudes on immigration. That's among the most subtle cues imaginable.

There Were 37 Hate Incidents in Florida in the Ten Days After Trump Won

There Were 37 Hate Incidents in Florida in the Ten Days After Trump Won
- The SPLC noted at least four incidents in which swastikas were drawn in public places, and scores of black, Muslim, and Latino people have reported ...

Cubans 'fear reprisals' if they don't show grief over Castro's death, dissidents say

Cubans 'fear reprisals' if they don't show grief over Castro's death, dissidents say
- The official picture is one of collective mourning by masses of people over the loss of the founder of modern Cuba. Immediately after President Raúl ...

Black Man Running Group Races To Change Racial Stereotypes

Black Man Running Group Races To Change Racial Stereotypes
- There were very violent restrictions on where African-Americans could go and when," explained Smith about historical racial policies. Smith explained ...

Despite Progress, Colorectal Cancer Claims Thousands of Black Lives

Despite Progress, Colorectal Cancer Claims Thousands of Black Lives
- Fortunately, incidence and mortality rates for colorectal cancer have been on the decline among both African-Americans and other racial groups ...

2016 the best year for black people in cinema, says film association

2016 the best year for black people in cinema, says film association
- 2016 the best year for black people in cinema, says film association ... Moonlight has been a bright spot in representing both the black and LGBT ...