WebDesktop - Smartphones - Tablets   | Las Américas | Keeping up-to-date on social exclusion worldwide | REVISTAS DE PRENSA : Poverty | Afro-Americans | Latinoamérica | Inequality | Education | LGBT | NON-PROFIT initiative : Nuestra misión es proporcionar la mejor información sobre la exclusión social en todo el mundo || Raising awareness on the damaging effects of social exclusion

Buscar este blog



Tags about global social exclusion | Las américas

jueves, 8 de diciembre de 2016

LGBT students still face discrimination at school

LGBT students still face discrimination at school
- It documented several challenges lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender students face, including in-person and online bullying, limits on LGBT student ...

Anti-LGBT creationist Kevin Bryant could soon be first in line to become governor

Anti-LGBT creationist Kevin Bryant could soon be first in line to become governor
- Bryant has built a reputation as a conservative firebrand while representing the Anderson district since 2005, particularly on LGBT issues.

How Bad Can Trump's Administration Fuck With LGBT Legal Progress?

How Bad Can Trump's Administration Fuck With LGBT Legal Progress?
- Were it possible to believe anything he said, it might seem reassuring that President-elect Donald Trump promised that marriage equality is settled ...

Emergency LGBT legal relief fund launched in Middle Tennessee

Emergency LGBT legal relief fund launched in Middle Tennessee
- I know we are all afraid. In light of the recent election and Trump's impending presidency, we are scared of what may happen to our marriages and ...

LGBT Report Looks at HIV Crime Laws Across the Nation

LGBT Report Looks at HIV Crime Laws Across the Nation
- A majority of LGBT Americans—about 81 percent—live in states with HIV criminalization laws, according to a new report from the Movement ...

As 2016 wanes, LGBT students still face discrimination at school in Utah and elsewhere, study finds

As 2016 wanes, LGBT students still face discrimination at school in Utah and elsewhere, study finds
- As 2016 ends, our LGBT friends and family continue to be treated as 2nd class citizens too often. As the Trump reign begins, those in power will ...

Texas could lose billions over anti-LGBT bills, businesses say

Texas could lose billions over anti-LGBT bills, businesses say
- Anyone who has stared at a political map for any length of time knows that Collin County is a key Republican county in a key Republican state. It could ...

Which top law firms earned perfect scores…

Which top law firms earned perfect scores…
- Law firms have outperformed other industries for their LGBT-inclusive policies in a review by the Human Rights Campaign. The 2017 Corporate ...

FuerzaFest uses arts to look at Hispanic, gay community post-Pulse

FuerzaFest uses arts to look at Hispanic, gay community post-Pulse
Hispanic Federation, a national nonprofit aimed at strengthening Latino families and organizations, has organized a five-day festival in Orlando to ...

Should Silicon Valley Latino Business Leaders Help Launch A National Federation?

Should Silicon Valley Latino Business Leaders Help Launch A National Federation?
- Trues, there were a bunch of key people missing for that kind of project. In fact, several important local leaders — like Jesse Martinez of the Latino ...

It appears Trump Cabinet could be Latino-free zone

It appears Trump Cabinet could be Latino-free zone
- Trump will be lucky to have one Latino in his Cabinet. ... Nor is it based on an assumption that people are better served by government when they see ...

International students raise concerns over election

International students raise concerns over election
- She said she feels paranoid of being marginalized following the rhetoric used against Latino people during Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

In One Of Latin America's Poorest Countries, Boosting The Economy Is Women's Work

In One Of Latin America's Poorest Countries, Boosting The Economy Is Women's Work
- Usura Cero is part of a broader effort by the Nicaraguan government to tackle a problem that exists across Latin America: a culture of machismo that ...

Can better classroom instruction close the racial discipline gap?

Can better classroom instruction close the racial discipline gap?
- The finding, reported in the current issue of School Psychology Review, has important implications for addressing one of the most alarming and persistent trends occurring in high school classrooms across the country – that African-American students are typically disciplined, suspended and expelled at much higher rates than adolescents from other racial backgrounds.
African Americans claim discrimination in class-action lawsuit against CNN, Turner
- Two African-American employees have filed a class-action lawsuit against CNN, ... DeWayne Walker alleged racial discrimination in a $50 million lawsuit filed ... Two other CNN African American employees, Omar Butcher and Ricky ...

Data shows link between stress of racism and negative birth outcomes

Data shows link between stress of racism and negative birth outcomes
- A growing number of scientific studies show that racism experienced by women of color, particularly black women, can affect the health of their future ...