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lunes, 23 de enero de 2017

Good people of the world unite.' How can we win the fight for tolerance?

Good people of the world unite.' How can we win the fight for tolerance?
- Talking about Canada's success in integrating of different cultures, its acceptance of refugees and pioneering of LGBT rights legislation, Ratna ...

Wilders reiterates Trump support while calling for LGBT rights, gender equality

Wilders reiterates Trump support while calling for LGBT rights, gender equality
- He also reiterated his warnings about the "Islamization" of Europe, referring specifically to the threat it poses to women's rights and LGBT rights.

Best work environments for lgbt in these European countries

Best work environments for lgbt in these European countries
- Which European country offers the best conditions for an LGBT worker? A new study published by Expert Market reveals that out of 43 countries under ...

Bakery donates profits from Trump's inauguration cake to fight for LGBT equality

Bakery donates profits from Trump's inauguration cake to fight for LGBT equality
- President Trump has accidentally helped fund an LGBT rights group that has threatened to battle his administration's agenda. The incoming President ...

Enough is enough:' Pride Toronto board member explains decision to ban police from parade

Enough is enough:' Pride Toronto board member explains decision to ban police from parade
- The decision to ban uniformed officers from the Toronto Pride parade is on the right side of history, said Akio Maroon, a new board member with Pride Toronto. "I do not see this decision as exclusion. I see this decision as accountability. I see this decision as supporting the most racialized and marginalized members of our community," she told CBC's Metro Morning on Monday.

These are the states set for battles on anti-LGBT laws

These are the states set for battles on anti-LGBT laws
- The Human Rights Campaign has released a map of states where anti-LGBT legislation is expected to surface in 2017. HRC today released a new ...

Trump White House moves swiftly against issues of import to the cosmetics and personal care ...

Trump White House moves swiftly against issues of import to the cosmetics and personal care ...
- And many industry businesses have made LGBT rights a fundamental initiative through inclusive HR policies and programs as well as through ...

City of West Hollywood reaffirms commitment to LGBT people, women, and immigrants as nation ...

City of West Hollywood reaffirms commitment to LGBT people, women, and immigrants as nation ...
- The City of West Hollywood is taking bold action to reaffirm its commitment to its core values and to work to defend the ...

To Be Equal: Assessing President Obama's impact and legacy

To Be Equal: Assessing President Obama's impact and legacy
- Marc Morial says that Black Americans felt both the pride of President Obama's accomplishments and the pain when it was clear his opponents sought ...

Black Man of Happiness? Creating a 'Fifth Season' of Joy

Black Man of Happiness? Creating a 'Fifth Season' of Joy
- So, Obama phases into Trump, and a mature African American man pledges to weather this current wave of hyper-masculinity, while holding these ...

Inside the African-American history museum on the last day of Obama's presidency

Inside the African-American history museum on the last day of Obama's presidency
- On the last day the US had a black president, Annie-Laura Howard Stephens slowly but surely pushed herself around the National Museum of African ...

Trump's 10-point plan to help black America doesn't look like much of a deal: Washington Post ...

Trump's 10-point plan to help black America doesn't look like much of a deal: Washington Post ...
- With his swearing-in as president last Friday, Trump's 10-point game plan for African Americans is now in play. "Americans want great schools for their ...

When We Rise' Looks at the LGBT Rights Movement Through the Eyes of Those Who Lived It

When We Rise' Looks at the LGBT Rights Movement Through the Eyes of Those Who Lived It
- Instead, When We Rise will premiere next month in the teeth of a backlash, against not just LGBT rights, but those of African Americans, immigrants, ...

What Hispanic people think of Trump: US Latinos give a wide range of answers

What Hispanic people think of Trump: US Latinos give a wide range of answers
- On immigration: When you start flooding the country with people from other countries, they don't assimilate, they form their own enclaves. They isolate ...

The Amazon tribe that kills and eats monkeys

The Amazon tribe that kills and eats monkeys
- Like many South American tribes the Huaorani are in the habit of stretching their earlobes and then wearing ear-rings made of bone or wood.

Survey: white men get out of traffic tickets most often. Black women, not so much.

Survey: white men get out of traffic tickets most often. Black women, not so much.
- In the U.S., racial tensions have been on the rise the past several years--particularly tensions between African American communities and police ...