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jueves, 1 de marzo de 2018

Milwaukee Brewers Host Their First Ever LGBT Pride Night This Season!

Milwaukee Brewers Host Their First Ever LGBT Pride Night This Season!
- The LGBT community and its supporters in the great state of Wisconsin are going to have something really fun to celebrate come this spring. Out Sports is reporting that their baseball team, The Milwaukee Brewers, will host its first ever LGBT night on June 21st against the St. Louis Cardinals at MIller ...

City Council speaker urges Amazon to choose LGBT-friendly city for new headquarters

City Council speaker urges Amazon to choose LGBT-friendly city for new headquarters
- The City Council's LGBT caucus is pushing Amazon not to put its new headquarters in a city without strong laws against anti-gay discrimination. In a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Speaker Corey Johnson and four other gay Council members say they're “very concerned” that the company's second ...

Georgia Can't Afford Another Anti-LGBT Bill

Georgia Can't Afford Another Anti-LGBT Bill
- And as CNBC noted, the anti-LGBT bill, which cleared the state Senate last Friday, could also harm Atlanta's chances to attract Amazon's coveted secondary headquarters—or HQ2 for short. In other words, Georgia state legislators are once again jeopardizing the economic growth of their state in order to ...

How children get caught in the clash over LGBT and religious rights

How children get caught in the clash over LGBT and religious rights
- But so are the obstacles that stand in their way. The opioid epidemic, funding challenges and a tangle of regulations all complicate efforts to connect children with interested families, according to child welfare experts. Increasingly, so do clashes between faith-based adoption agencies and LGBT couples ...

Major Networks Fail in Coverage of Anti-LGBT Hate Crimes

Major Networks Fail in Coverage of Anti-LGBT Hate Crimes
- Major broadcast and television networks are failing when it comes to coverage of anti- LGBT violence, says a new Media Matters study. The seven outlets studied discussed anti-LGBT hate crimes just 22 times and for a total of 40 minutes in 2017, even though it was the deadliest year for LGBT ...

Seamus Coleman Wants You to Kick LGBT Discrimination out of Football

Seamus Coleman Wants You to Kick LGBT Discrimination out of Football
- Seamus Coleman is featured in the Premier League's Kick it Out campaign to end discrimination of the LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community. Kick it Out, a small independent charity that works with football authorities to end inequality, released a film with Premier League players ...

Canada and Sweden most LGBT-friendly travel destinations

Canada and Sweden most LGBT-friendly travel destinations
- The recent introduction of marriage equality has improved Germany's position in the SPARTACUS Gay Travel Index, ranking the most LGBT-friendly destination countries. Germany now shares third place with eleven other countries. Canada and Sweden find themselves at the top of the list.



Britain's first LGBT museum to complete "nation's family photo album"

Britain's first LGBT museum to complete "nation's family photo album"
- The history and achievements of British lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are to be enshrined in the country's first LGBT museum. The museum, called Queer Britain, will open in 2021 in London after a tour of the country to uncover further ...

Trump skeptics gather to ask whether democracy can survive him

Trump skeptics gather to ask whether democracy can survive him
- It may well contribute to the election of a leftist populist leader in Mexico. And if it does, it will likely mean that Mexico will turn their back on a lot [of] intelligence sharing, security sharing with us.” Whitehouse suggested that the Trump-era threats to democracy consisted in large part of manipulating the ...

Jorge Ramos: "I don't think I'll ever talk to Trump"

Jorge Ramos: "I don't think I'll ever talk to Trump"
- Ramos, who is widely considered to be the "voice of the voiceless" within the Latino community, has been critical of Mr. Trump, specifically on issues such as immigration reform, the U.S.-Mexico border wall and ending DACA. The rise and impact of the current administration prompted him to write his ...

Anti-US Sentiment Could Put USA's Joint 2026 World Cup Bid in Danger

Anti-US Sentiment Could Put USA's Joint 2026 World Cup Bid in Danger
- There has been some concern for the North American bid being hurt by President Trump's policies but the bid has countered by stressing the involvement of Canada and Mexico, according to ESPN. The parts of Trump policies that have come under the microscope by soccer officials includes the travel ...

16 insane things that happened in Trumpworld in just the last 48 hours

16 insane things that happened in Trumpworld in just the last 48 hours
- Hicks testified before the House Intelligence Committee in relation to its investigation into Russia's attempted meddling in the 2016 election and acknowledged that she has told white lies in service of Trump. The Washington Post reported that four foreign countries -- Israel, United Arab Emirates, Mexico ..

US Ambassador to Mexico to Quit Amid Tense Relations Under Trump

US Ambassador to Mexico to Quit Amid Tense Relations Under Trump
- The United States ambassador to Mexico plans to resign from her post in May, according to a memo circulated on Thursday to embassy staff, the latest in a string of senior diplomatic departures from the region — and more broadly from the State Department. The ambassador, Roberta ...

In Calexico, Border Patrol starts constructing a border wall. No, not that border wall.

In Calexico, Border Patrol starts constructing a border wall. No, not that border wall.
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection has begun construction on a fence in Calexico that will extend about two miles along the U.S. border with Mexico. But agency officials said people shouldn't confuse this with President Donald Trump's much-hyped wall. “We just wanted to get out in front of it and let ...

America will pay a heavy price' for Trump's proposed steel, aluminum tariffs on Canada: USW

America will pay a heavy price' for Trump's proposed steel, aluminum tariffs on Canada: USW
- America will pay a heavy price' for Trump's proposed steel, aluminum tariffs on Canada: USW ... "To put Canada in the same boat as Mexico, or China, or India, or South Korea ... doesn't make sense," says United Steelworkers leader Leo Gerard, seen here in a 2009 interview with the Hamilton ...

Talks on NAFTA autos impasse to be scheduled between rounds:

Talks on NAFTA autos impasse to be scheduled between rounds:
 Agreeing on new rules of origin for autos has been a major sticking point in the effort to rework the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump has threatened to ditch if it is not recast to his liking. Talks on the issue during the seventh round in Mexico City were suspended ...

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