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lunes, 28 de julio de 2014

Health Care Act & LGBT Families

Health Care Act & LGBT Families
 - The Affordable Care Act offers unprecedented opportunities to improve the health & economic security of millions of Americans including our LGBT ...

Green Party ranked 'most gay friendly' in Sweden

Green Party ranked 'most gay friendly' in Sweden
 - The Green Party's views are 88.6 percent "LGBT-friendly", a Swedish LGBT rights group determined on Monday, making the Greens the most ...

Challenges for LGBT people in the workplace and how to overcome them

Challenges for LGBT people in the workplace and how to overcome them
 - Most of Europe and the US is relatively accepting of the LGBT community; the issues that gay and trans people face here are minor in comparison to ...




Tampa bridal show focuses on LGBT market

Tampa bridal show focuses on LGBT market
 - Though Diana Marie Events does all sorts of weddings, Martin said she is making a concerted effort to take the lead in the LGBT wedding market as ...

Homeless LGBT Jamaicans could get new shelter, say police

Homeless LGBT Jamaicans could get new shelter, say police
 - Police and government authorities in Kingston, Jamaica are reportedly debating opening a new homeless shelter specifically for LGBT individuals.

Youth Of Color Survey About LGBT Movement

Youth Of Color Survey About LGBT Movement
 - More Black (80.2%) and Latino (74.9%) youth believe the marriage equality movement has taken too much attention away from other important LGBT ...

Op-ed:Are LGBT Families 'Post-Gay?'

Op-ed:Are LGBT Families 'Post-Gay?'
 - LGBT families might be the norm on television and even in real life, but when they get together it becomes an empowering moment.




Many LGBT teachers unprotected

Many LGBT teachers unprotected
 - Getting something that will protect LGBT teachers in the state is a priority in large part because there are a large number of gay and lesbian students ...

So Many Reasons to Go

So Many Reasons to Go
 - This region's LGBT community is one hundred percent behind the effort, and so is the rest of the region's community." Noting that northeast Ohio is ..

Sneyers prepares for '15 mayoral challenge

Sneyers prepares for '15 mayoral challenge
 - He thinks that the most pertinent issue facing the LGBT community is homelessness amongst its youth. Sneyers has been a longtime advocate on ...

US suffers from lifespan inequality, says Stanford researcher

US suffers from lifespan inequality, says Stanford researcher
 - Stanford researcher Shripad Tuljapurkar found that a lifespan inequality gap ... One reason is that America's mortality rate among young males is not ...

When the children of Central America have homes — and hope — they will stay home

When the children of Central America have homes — and hope — they will stay home
 - Our work is privately funded, and we partner with other nonprofit organizations in 17 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. We have had many ...

Where cats are more popular than dogs in the US—and all over the world

Where cats are more popular than dogs in the US—and all over the world
 - Overall, cats are the favored pet in most of Western Europe, with the exception of Spain, Portugal and Ireland. South America is strictly dog country, ...

Paraguay Is The Happiest Country In The World, Syria Reaches Record Low On Gallup's Positive ...

Paraguay Is The Happiest Country In The World, Syria Reaches Record Low On Gallup's Positive ...
 - People in Latin America are the happiest in the world, according to new data ... Denmark is the only non-Latin American country to make the top ten, ...

US has a long history of mistreating Latin America

US has a long history of mistreating Latin America
 - American (and European) corporations have treated Latin American nations as economic colonies, taking much and leaving little. Any modicum of ...

Will Obama ever learn that charity begins at home?

Will Obama ever learn that charity begins at home?
 - For two decades, millions of illegals have crossed our borders and now another invasion by children from Latin American countries is underway.

Latin America's military is making a comeback

Latin America's military is making a comeback
 - It was a momentous day for Latin America: On March 11, 1990, Augusto Pinochet, the region’s last military dictator, finally handed power to an elected civilian president. Since then, democracy has put down roots in the Americas to such an extent that few expect a repeat of the bloody coups that frequently punctuated the region’s history.




Earth to Paternalists of Latin America: The People Know Best

Earth to Paternalists of Latin America: The People Know Best
 - The constitutions of Latin-American countries, almost without exception, begin with a sentence exalting the nation-state or highlighting the ...




Good times beckon for Latin American ties

US Is The Largest, But Not The Only, Recipient Of Central American Immigrants In Latest Surge

Visualizing progress against HIV, TB and malaria

Visualizing progress against HIV, TB and malaria
 - In many countries, such as Latin America and Eastern and Central Europe, UNAIDS relies upon surveys of prevalence of HIV/AIDS in high-risk groups ...

Forget the cheeseburger: Cooking classes try to hook US blacks on healthier African foods

Forget the cheeseburger: Cooking classes try to hook US blacks on healthier African foods
 - (The course) is designed exactly to show us that the actual African heritage consisted of lots of fruits and vegetables, of grains," she said. "It was a ...

President I-Don't-Care

President I-Don't-Care
 - We are to believe if "it was time" for an Afro-American NO OTHER Afro- American was available for nomination to the highest honour in the citizens' gift ...

Leadership lessons in Haiti

Leadership lessons in Haiti
 - The poverty-stricken Caribbean country of Haiti faces intense challenges. A World Bank report in 2014 states that Haiti remains the poorest country in ...

UN Secretary General ramps up Haiti cholera response rhetoric

UN Secretary General ramps up Haiti cholera response rhetoric
 - In what has become an all too familiar dance, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon visited Haiti to draw attention to the ongoing cholera outbreak.