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miércoles, 1 de marzo de 2017

LGBT organization Out on Screen to receive City of Vancouver Award of Excellence for diversity ...

LGBT organization Out on Screen to receive City of Vancouver Award of Excellence for diversity ...
- On the same day that Trumps' sons are visiting the city to open Trump Tower, the City of Vancouver will be celebrating some of its most exceptional ...

LGBT policy could convert heterosexual teens

LGBT policy could convert heterosexual teens
- Despite a delayed acknowledgement from Richmond's Board of Education for sexual orientation and gender identity rights and protections, teachers ...

Who are America's new political elites and what do they want?

Who are America's new political elites and what do they want?
- A new political class has assumed power in America. They're the voters to whom conventional wisdom gives credit for putting Donald J. Trump in the ...

LGBT Group in Ohio Looks to Force Their Agenda on Christian Churches

LGBT Group in Ohio Looks to Force Their Agenda on Christian Churches
- The left are fond of painting themselves as happy warriors for the downtrodden, the enlightened and informed, in a nation besieged and ravaged by ...

This Tanzanian LGBTQ Activist Is Calling for a Boycott of His Own Country

This Tanzanian LGBTQ Activist Is Calling for a Boycott of His Own Country
- A prominent LGBTQ activist in Tanzania called for a travel boycott of his country, saying that the government is killing the queer community by denying them HIV health services. On the Mamba Show on GaySA Radio, LGBT Voice Tanzania founder/executive director James Wandera Ouma spoke out about government homophobia. In particular, he discussed the shuttering of 40 HIV clinics that offered services to men who have sex with men and trans people.

Malaysian lecturer says LGBT culture is work of the Devil

Malaysian lecturer says LGBT culture is work of the Devil
- A Kolej Universiti Islam Selangor (Kuis) lecturer has claimed that the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) culture is ...

I thought I'd never be a dad until I saw an ad for LGBT foster carers

I thought I'd never be a dad until I saw an ad for LGBT foster carers
- There was a sense that, if you were gay, options like having a family life and raising children weren't open to you. This is no longer the case.'

Where are the most difficult places in the world to be gay or transgender?

Where are the most difficult places in the world to be gay or transgender?
- Where are the most dangerous places in the world to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT)? It's not an easy question to answer.

How Trump's NAFTA Threats Could Be the Dynamism Mexico's Local Supply Base Has Been ...

How Trump's NAFTA Threats Could Be the Dynamism Mexico's Local Supply Base Has Been ...
- The opportunity to focus on the development of local suppliers in Mexico or other Latin America countries could be an opportunity that promotes ...

Rising incomes and inequality of access to infrastructure among Latin American households

Rising incomes and inequality of access to infrastructure among Latin American households
- Rising incomes and inequality of access to infrastructure among Latin ... data covering 1.6 million households in 14 Latin American countries during.

Violence Against Reporters in Brazil Up 65 Percent in 2016

Violence Against Reporters in Brazil Up 65 Percent in 2016
- The entity says that Brazil is the second most violent country in Latin America, behind only Mexico. Many of the violations occurred during the ...

Free Trade Without the US

Free Trade Without the US
- As the 1990s progressed, left-wing populist governments came to power in a number of Latin American countries. For these governments – in ...

Costa Rica, Second Most Prosperous Country in Latin America

Costa Rica, Second Most Prosperous Country in Latin America
- According to the report, Costa Rica has achieved the largest improvement in Business Environment in the region, as well as one of the highest export qualities and among the most competitive regulatory environment. It would seem that the country is well placed to challenge its much larger South American counterparts. However, these improvements mask a relatively static, and in some cases, worsening prosperity profile in the country that make future prosperity harder to achieve.
Overall the country ranks 29th of 149 on the prosperity index.

Race, class, and the role of social workers in racial justice

Race, class, and the role of social workers in racial justice
- That's not including other ethnic groups. That's just African American youth," said Foster. "So ask yourself, in a state where African Americans make up ...

We need to talk about socioeconomic gap, not race gap

We need to talk about socioeconomic gap, not race gap
- By allowing race to trump class, the real cost, as I see it, is the missed opportunity to build a coalition between African Americans and poor Whites, ...

Capitulating to Black Racism

Capitulating to Black Racism
President Trump has a surprising solution to black violence and the enormous gap between white people and black people in America: Same-old, same-old. The scene of this epic capitulation was the Oval Office, where this week a posse of black executives from black colleges were happy that the same guy they have vilified for two years seems oddly eager to let bygones be bygones. Every person in that room knew Trump had only two choices: