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domingo, 24 de junio de 2018

South African court sentences pastor who spread anti-LGBTQ hatred

South African court sentences pastor who spread anti-LGBTQ hatred
- The South African Equality Court has ruled against a pastor who attempted to defend his numerous anti-LGBTQ comments with his religious beliefs.

Thousands walk for Nashville Pride as festival celebrates 30 years

Thousands walk for Nashville Pride as festival celebrates 30 years
- The group of preteens are "LGBTQ plus," as one mother described, and they gather regularly in East Nashville to hang out and support each other.

New York's first official LGBTQ monument debuts in the West Village

New York's first official LGBTQ monument debuts in the West Village
- Nearly a year after it was first announced, New York City's first official memorial dedicated to the LGBTQ community is set to debut in Hudson River ...



The next season of Supergirl will include a transgender character

The next season of Supergirl will include a transgender character
- The addition of a transgender character will be a first for the “Arrowverse,” and mark the tenth LGBTQ character amongst the shows. The most recent ...

Seattle Pride urged to drop 'anti-LGBTQ' sponsor that backs 'gay conversion therapy'

Seattle Pride urged to drop 'anti-LGBTQ' sponsor that backs 'gay conversion therapy'
- We should not allow any corporation to use Seattle Pride to market products while its profits benefit groups that discriminate against its own LGBTQ ...

Sabrina Carpenter writes a 'love letter' to LGBTQ community

Sabrina Carpenter writes a 'love letter' to LGBTQ community
- American singer, actress, songwriter Sabrina Annlynn Carpenter wrote a letter to LGBTQ+ community in the wake of Gay Pride month. Billboard had ...

Here are 10 of our favorite LGBTQ candidates this year

Here are 10 of our favorite LGBTQ candidates this year
- According to the Victory Institute's 2018 “Out For America” report, more than 400 LGBTQ candidates are running for office in this election cycle. We've ...
10 brands giving back to LGBTQ charities for Pride Month
LGBT consumer buying power reached more than $917 billion last year alone, according to the Advocate. And that's partly why brands like Disney, ...



Immigrants from world over, only Latin Americans split

Immigrants from world over, only Latin Americans split
- Undocumented immigrants from Latin America are being treated ... Most now believe that separation of Native American children from their families, ...

Soul searching for Latino contractors in Trump era

Soul searching for Latino contractors in Trump era
- I think when you talk about the ethics of specifically separating kids from their parents, that's a very extreme issue that I think a lot of people wouldn't ...

Latino leaders question Census head over citizenship query

Latino leaders question Census head over citizenship query
Latino leaders at the conference on Saturday said they fear the question of citizenship will be detrimental to an accurate count of people living the U.S..

Interracial Crime Study Finds Whites More Likely to Assault Blacks Than the Reverse

Interracial Crime Study Finds Whites More Likely to Assault Blacks Than the Reverse
- The pattern of Whites committing acts of violence against Blacks and Hispanics was found to be consistent across most of Los Angeles. “We observe ...

Black Women Accuse Bahama Breeze Of Racial Profiling For Calling Cops To Make Sure They ...

Black Women Accuse Bahama Breeze Of Racial Profiling For Calling Cops To Make Sure They ...
- As Fox 8 pointed out, in 2009 the same restaurant chain settled a $1.26 million racial harassment lawsuit with 37 African-American workers. According ...

The woman who dissected the absurdity of racism through science fiction

The woman who dissected the absurdity of racism through science fiction
- The protagonist, Shori, appears as a 10-year-old African-American girl, but in reality is an older member of the Ina species that has lived alongside ...

Colombia Is Much Better Off Than It Was 8 Years Ago

Colombia Is Much Better Off Than It Was 8 Years Ago
- Santos said he wished he could have done more and in particular lamented that there is still “too much poverty” in Colombia; he also stressed the ...

UN Human Rights Report Scolds Impunity, Human Rights Abuses in Venezuela

UN Human Rights Report Scolds Impunity, Human Rights Abuses in Venezuela
- The UN department also condemned the arbitrary political imprisonment of some 280 people and lamented the widespread poverty in the region.

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