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jueves, 29 de diciembre de 2016

Famed Actress Debbie Reynolds Dies One Day After Daughter Carrie Fisher

Famed Actress Debbie Reynolds Dies One Day After Daughter Carrie Fisher
- Some of her roles had special resonance with LGBT audiences. She played Grace's mother, Bobbi Adler, on several episodes of Will & Grace.

2016 in review: a year of anti-LGBT violence, repression

2016 in review: a year of anti-LGBT violence, repression
- In Indonesia, anti-LGBT rhetoric and violence accompanied an effort by conservative Islamist organizations to criminalize all sex outside of marriage, including consensual same-sex relations. The Minister of Higher Education said LGBT students should be banned if they “engage in 

Top 10 national stories of the year

Top 10 national stories of the year
- The Obama administration this year through the Department of Interior took unprecedented steps to recognize moments in LGBT history. Amid Pride ...

Top 10 international stories of 2016

Top 10 international stories of 2016
- Mannan launched Bangladesh's first LGBT magazine in 2014. He worked for the U.S. Embassy in Dhaka for eight years before joining the U.S. ...

Good Corporate Citizens in 2016

Good Corporate Citizens in 2016
- NQAPIA has been so proud to work with so many company leaders and front-line employees who are Asian American, LGBT, and/or allies. Here's my ...

Why We Are Witnessing An Incredible Revolution In Attitudes To ...

Why We Are Witnessing An Incredible Revolution In Attitudes To ...
- In the world today, incredible progress is being made in the fight for LGBT rights and acceptance; the western world is recognising, and embracing, the ...

How The Religious Right Made Life More Difficult & Dangerous For World's LGBT People In 2016

How The Religious Right Made Life More Difficult & Dangerous For World's LGBT People In 2016
- This year's political climate in the U.S. could also have lasting implications for LGBT rights around the globe: The election of Donald Trump could be ...

Inequality Is Only Getting Worse

Inequality Is Only Getting Worse
- The typical American family today has less wealth than the typical American ... Social inequality trends over the past half-century indicate that class ...

Latin America rings in new year with colorful undies

Latin America rings in new year with colorful undies
That's just one of many colorful New Year's rituals in Latin America, where ... In many countries, revelers ring in the new year by walking around the ...

Slaves To Fashion - Latin America Investigates

Slaves To Fashion - Latin America Investigates
- Sao Paulo is one of the world’s most dynamic and populous cities, Brazil’s financial capital and a magnet for economic migrants from neighbouring countries. But as a team led by journalist Ana Aranha and filmmaker Lali Houghton have been finding out for this disturbing episode of Latin America Investigates, it is also home to thousands of clandestine textile sweatshops, in which under-paid workers toil long and exhausting hours in dreadful conditions to mass produce garments for the country’s clothing industry.

Economic Freedom Only Way For Latin America To Escape Slow-Growth Path – Analysis

Economic Freedom Only Way For Latin America To Escape Slow-Growth Path – Analysis
- In fact, the incidence of poverty was reduced from approximately 40 percent in ... It is clear there will not be a second golden decade for Latin America ...

Latinos Will Never Vote For A Republican, And Other Myths About Hispanics From 2016

Latinos Will Never Vote For A Republican, And Other Myths About Hispanics From 2016
- It doesn't seem like there was a Trump effect or a surge in Latino voter ... he found himself surrounded by people he described as “Trump Hispanics” at ...

1045 People Killed by Police in 2016

1045 People Killed by Police in 2016
- The black people were victims of U.S. police 245 times, Hispanic/Latino 167, Asian/Pacific Islanders 18. 85 victims of police shooting are categorized ...

From Latin America, a 2017 wishlist for the United Nations

From Latin America, a 2017 wishlist for the United Nations
- One of the most important objectives is eradicating poverty and hunger on the planet. For Latin America, this is critically important but difficult to ...

Home featured America Has Compensated Other Groups, But Obama Opposes Reparations for ...

Home featured America Has Compensated Other Groups, But Obama Opposes Reparations for ...
- The effects of slavery, Jim Crow and present-day anti-Black racism and systemic oppression are specific harms to Black people that no one else can ...

Biography of cartoonist George Herriman explores genius of 'Krazy Kat'

Biography of cartoonist George Herriman explores genius of 'Krazy Kat'
- The motives for the move are uncertain, but many mixed-race African-Americans crossed America's racial divide by moving to a new place where their ...