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miércoles, 4 de enero de 2017

158 LGBT people in sports who came out publicly in 2016

158 LGBT people in sports who came out publicly in 2016
- The LGBT people who came out in sports in 2016 spanned races, genders, sports and geography. So many out LGBT people were accepted in sports ...

Disagreement Is Not the Same Thing as Hate'

Disagreement Is Not the Same Thing as Hate'
- This declaration — simple and non-controversial on its face — cuts to the heart of much LGBT rhetoric recently, which dismisses conservative ...

West Hollywood To Host Fifth Annual Clothing Drive For LGBT Youth

West Hollywood To Host Fifth Annual Clothing Drive For LGBT Youth
- The city of West Hollywood will host its fifth annual clothing drive for the Los Angeles LGBT Center's Youth Center on ...

More LGBT characters in cartoons? Yes please!

More LGBT characters in cartoons? Yes please!
- In the past couple of years, we've been seeing more and more lesbian, gay and bisexual characters appearing in children's cartoons. We're all about ...

One of Britain's first out gay police officers has just died

One of Britain's first out gay police officers has just died
- GMP was transformed from being a service notorious for its prejudice against LGBT to one that is now perhaps one of the most open and accepting ...

Louisiana Executive Order Protecting LGBT State Contractor Employees Enjoined

Louisiana Executive Order Protecting LGBT State Contractor Employees Enjoined
- This will result in the removal of the order's protections for LGBT employees of state contractors in the state of Louisiana. This ruling creates regulatory ...

Are LGBT the most lucrative clients for agents? Survey says yes!

Are LGBT the most lucrative clients for agents? Survey says yes!
- The dream client for any travel agent is the one who keeps coming back. And according to a new survey by LGBT-friendly travel company ...

OECD reviews LGBT socio-economic outcomes

OECD reviews LGBT socio-economic outcomes
- During the discussion the OECD presented to Member State delegations its programme to assess economic case for inclusive policies for LGBT ...

The Best and Worst in Latin America in 2016

The Best and Worst in Latin America in 2016
- Among the politicians implicated in Latin America were the Argentine President ... and poverty-stricken Indigenous peoples in her native Honduras.

Blacks, Latinos more likely to be scammed

Blacks, Latinos more likely to be scammed
- Many people are too embarrassed to report being the victim of a scam, but African American and Latino consumers are even less likely to report fraud ...

2017 is no time for complacency

2017 is no time for complacency
- I will continue to bring awareness to the fact that queer people can be ... I will build foundations of peace and love with Hispanic and Latino people and ...

The overwhelming whiteness of US environmentalism is hobbling the fight against climate change

The overwhelming whiteness of US environmentalism is hobbling the fight against climate change
- Despite the immediate threat of climate change to communities of color, cultural stereotypes maintain that Hispanic people, African Americans, and ...

Kim Burrell, with Ellen Now a 'No Go'...the Fun May Be Just Beginning!

Kim Burrell, with Ellen Now a 'No Go'...the Fun May Be Just Beginning!
- I am not gay, and I'm not Christian — but let me tell you, I am still offended, and YOU, reader, should be too. It's absolutely disgusting when people use ...

A Jew and an Indian make a film -- about the African American experience

A Jew and an Indian make a film -- about the African American experience
- At one point on screen, an older African-American man asks a young ... In 2005, Mansbach published a satirical novel about race, pop culture and ...

A Court Will Decide If Asking for 'Black People Food' Is Racial Discrimination

A Court Will Decide If Asking for 'Black People Food' Is Racial Discrimination
- That is the question being asked in a federal lawsuit currently under way against Madeleine A. Pickens, the wealthy philanthropist and ex-wife of billionaire energy tycoon T. Boone Pickens, who is being accused of racial discrimination by Armand Appling, an African-American chef who worked for Pickens. Appling says he was fired back in 2014 after complaining that the ranch was a hostile work environment. He says the firing was retaliation; she says she may have said rude things, but her comments were not racially motivated.

President Obama's memorable, yet mixed legacy on race

President Obama's memorable, yet mixed legacy on race
- Indeed, the Obama years have been an era of retrenchment in the civil rights policies that provide African Americans with the pathways to fair and ...