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lunes, 20 de marzo de 2017

Protection we can do without

Protection we can do without
- The LGBTI community can do without Mr Yiannopoulos's "protection". This is a man who, a few years ago, campaigned to try to block equal marriage ...

LGBTQ Students, Families and Allies Gather at UConn

LGBTQ Students, Families and Allies Gather at UConn
- Kris Varholak, a junior at Windsor High School, said that when he was starting his transition as a transgender male last year, he was in the girls ...

Calls for immediate law change over LGBT equality in schools

Calls for immediate law change over LGBT equality in schools
- MINISTERS faced a heartfelt call at the SNP's conference to pass a law immediately to make it a legal obligation to include lesbian, gay, bisexual, and ...

Connor Franta Features on Gay Times Cover

Connor Franta Features on Gay Times Cover
- Connor Franta has become the first YouTuber to feature on the front cover of UK-based LGBT magazine Gay Times. In the cover story for the April ...


Prominent LGBT activist to run for Chile congress

Prominent LGBT activist to run for Chile congress
- Larraín was among the 30 LGBT rights advocates from around the world who attended the Human Rights Campaign's inaugural Global Innovative ...

Rainbow flag stomped outside congressman's office

Rainbow flag stomped outside congressman's office
- He is a longtime LGBT rights supporter and has marched in LGBT Pride parades in his district beginning when he served previously as a state senator ...

Legislator says state isn't 'obligated' to recognize gender identity of transgender Arkansans

Legislator says state isn't 'obligated' to recognize gender identity of transgender Arkansans
- The Arkansas legislature continue their effort to look at several anti-LGBT bills that deal with gender identity and same ...

Alabama House Advances Bill Allowing Adoption Agencies To Turn Away LGBT Parents

Alabama House Advances Bill Allowing Adoption Agencies To Turn Away LGBT Parents
- Rich Wingo and seeks to protect the rights of state-funded and licensed adoption agencies to reject LGBT adoptive or foster parents on the grounds of ...

Is this the legacy Fayetteville really wants?

Is this the legacy Fayetteville really wants?
- He was at Harvard when he and some of his colleagues studied America's poverty and its implications for successive generations that are mired in it.

Make America cold and hungry again?

Make America cold and hungry again?
- The commission, along with two other agencies that work in the most poverty-stricken regions of America, would lose all of the funding that currently ...

US budget a blueprint for war and poverty

US budget a blueprint for war and poverty
- It might as well be labelled: “A Document to make the US a global police force again, while criminalising poverty at home.” The 62-page document is ...

DP World optimistic on emerging markets, unconcerned by Trump

DP World optimistic on emerging markets, unconcerned by Trump
- Trump has pulled the United States out of a 12-nation trade pact that includes many Latin American countries, has said he will renegotiate a ...

UK-Based Firm ranks Mexico as World's Third Most Dangerous Country

UK-Based Firm ranks Mexico as World's Third Most Dangerous Country
- However, as home to six of the 13 countries rated 'extreme risk,' Latin America ranks as the world's highest risk region, ahead of South Asia and West ...

If elected, Raymond Meza would be the first openly gay Latino congressman

If elected, Raymond Meza would be the first openly gay Latino congressman
- I experienced that in a really personal way when I came out of the closet,” Meza said. “People were taken aback, but I was never bullied or harassed.”.

Why Did US Blacklist Most LatAm Countries for Money Laundering?

Why Did US Blacklist Most LatAm Countries for Money Laundering?
Compared to 2016, this adds 17 Latin American jurisdictions to the list, which is published in the United States' International Narcotics Control Strategy ...

Spanning the Economic Gap Between Asia and Latin America

Spanning the Economic Gap Between Asia and Latin America
- Since Latin American countries have generated less income from commodities, their purchasing power has declined in tandem, widening the trade ...