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martes, 10 de diciembre de 2019

Arlington still working on improving town's “perfect” score for LGBT equality

The study conducted by the HRC evaluates towns across America on the communities' official efforts to protect and endorse members of the LGBT ...


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How Russia uses porn charges against LGBT activist and trans woman

Human Rights Watch cites two recent examples — feminist LGBT activist Yulia Tsvetkova, under house arrest for allegedly distributing pornography ...


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This is the reason why LGBT acceptance is declining

There appears to be some turbulence ahead for the LGBT community. According to a national survey by GLAAD, LGBT acceptance appears to be ...


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Trump highlights Salvation Army commitment despite continued criticism from LGBT community

Thanks to the charity came amid a controversy as the LGBT community led a smear campaign against the Salvation Army for maintaining a traditional ...


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"The L Word" star Jennifer Beals on why we need "Generation Q" more than ever

... hopefully agency and a sense of self-worth, in the face of an administration that we knew was going to immediately attack the LGBT community.


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The Circle fans turn on Tim after he declares admiration for anti-LGBT Prime Minister Margaret ...

The Circle favorite Tim was an on the spot hit with viewers because of his eccentric character and lovable demeanor, however now the theology ...


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Swiss bishop stands firm against proposed law to criminalize criticism of LGBT

According to Switzerland's Tagblatt news portal, the bishop warned, “This law risks criminalizing all opinions that differ from the LGBT lobby in matters ...


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Falklands war veteran wins apology over LGBT ban

Joe Ousalice, 68, had served in the navy for nearly 18 years when he was discharged in 1993 because of a ban on LGBT people serving in the armed ...


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The Facts Behind the Changing Face of Denver

As for people who qualify as Hispanic or Latino, and often other groups, too, they represent 30.5 percent of Denver — more than the 21.7 statewide ...


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10 Popular Celebrities Who Are Proud of Their Latino Roots

10 Popular Celebrities Who Are Proud of Their Latino Roots .... Shakira, and more who have been celebrated by millions of people around the world.


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Anti-racist, anti-police oppression group relaunches in Chicago

With chants such as “all power to the people” and “free them ... Ald. Rosa is a 26-year-old, gay, Latino former congressional staff person ...


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United Community Center Serves More Than 18000 People in Milwaukee's South Side

Annually, the UCC serves more than 18,000 people, primarily from the Latino community. It offers educational services, senior support, homebuyer ...


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Police shootings of unarmed black people linked to health problems for black infants

In the United States, the risk of low birth weight is nearly twice as high for black infants as it is for white and Latino infants, according to the March of ...


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A new report shows how two Brooklyn rezonings disproportionately forced out people of color ...

According to census data, Park Slope saw a drop of 5,000 black and Latino residents between 2000 and 2013 despite an overall population growth of ...


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South Houston library offers to teach people English for free

Additionally, 89 percent of residents are Hispanic or Latino. "When I came over here, it used to be a lot easier to get a job," explained resident Greg ...


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Evaluating the Benefits and Challenges of Genomics in Healthcare

... paving the way for individualized therapies tailored to each person. ... sugar levels occurs in one percent of Hispanic/Latino people and about six ...


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