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miércoles, 27 de mayo de 2020

Proudly homophobic reverend going head-to-head with proudly gay Black councilman in crucial ...

LGBT+ campaigners back gay challenger to 'proud homophobe' Democrat. Diaz will face strong opposition in the race, with LGBT+ campaigners among ...


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OSCE Members Blast Russia's Lack Of Response To Rights Violations In Chechnya

The victims included members of the LGBT community, human rights defenders, lawyers, independent media, and civil society organizations, ...


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'We were so ready': LGBT refugees in Kenya live in fear as global resettlement is put on hold

More commonly, the law is used by the police as a pretext to extort and harass members of the LGBT community. In Kenya, as in Uganda, outspoken ...


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China's Lesbian Parenting Case is a Children's Rights Issue

Recognizing same-sex relationships, including those entered into abroad—something Chinese LGBT rights activists have increasingly called for in ...


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LGBT Groups Call for Abolition of Law Against Same-Sex Relations in Morocco

The case of Moroccan media figure Soulaiman Raissouni is causing a national debate involving public figures, LGBT community members ...


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Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center

According to the 2018 Pennsylvania LGBT Health Needs Assessment, more than 1 in 4 LGBT people had not come out to any of their healthcare ...


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Gay couple return to Poland's horrific 'LGBT-free zones' to fight homophobia and coronavirus with ...

A Polish gay couple have been visiting the country's horrific “LGBT-free zones” to fight homophobia and COVID-19 by handing out rainbow face masks ...


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COVID-19 LGBT nursing personnel discuss pandemic experiences

Thousands of healthcare professionals in Chicago, many of them members of the city's LGBT community, have been thrown into the frontlines of ...


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Pandemic not enough to keep people from beaches

“His main focus was always to help the Latino community and more specifically the low-income people who don't have access to healthcare.” The stories ...


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Baby who survived El Paso mass shooting at Walmart celebrates first birthday without his parents

More than 3,000 people from largely Latino El Paso and neighboring Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, were at Walmart when the shooting happened.


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COVID-19 takes toll on Lane County Latino communities

It shows 31.7% of people with positive COVID-19 tests in Oregon have been identified as Hispanic, a total of 1,162 cases out of 3,660, while only ...


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Hispanic Workers' Unemployment Claims Offer Incomplete Picture Of Coronavirus Impact

Hispanic and Latinx people made up 13% of Utah's unemployment claims in April, according to the state's Department of Workforce Services.


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Latinx meatpacking workers report discrimination as community battles coronavirus

Some have reopened in recent weeks as rumors spread of a national meat shortage. Some meatpacking workers, especially Latinx workers, report ...


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Mountain West Suicide Rates, Curbside Library & Historic Salt Lake Shipwreck

Utah's Latinx Unemployment Claims. Hispanic and Latinx people made up 13% of Utah's unemployment claims in April, according to the state's ...


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Advocates demand probe into NYPD's social distancing enforcement

“According to media coverage, one of these people was a Black man in ... disproportionate response in precincts that are majority black and Latino.


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WaHi, Inwood See Most Social Distancing Complaints In Manhattan

... highest rates of known COVID-19 related arrests or summonses per 10,000 people occurred in majority black or Latino precincts, Legal Aid found.


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