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domingo, 27 de mayo de 2018

10 new films to watch on Netflix this June

10 new films to watch on Netflix this June
- With the success of God's Own Country, Call Me By Your Name and Love, Simon, we currently appear to be in something of a golden age for LGBT ..

Mississippi city settles with LGBT group over pride parade

Mississippi city settles with LGBT group over pride parade
A Mississippi city has agreed to pay attorneys' fees and proclaim support for LGBT rights to settle a lawsuit over its denial ...

Rupert Everett Explains Connection Between “RuPaul's Drag Race” and Oscar Wilde

Rupert Everett Explains Connection Between “RuPaul's Drag Race” and Oscar Wilde
- Everett goes on to discuss Wilde's impact on modern LGBT rights. “There couldn't be anyone like Wilde now because there wasn't such a thing as gay ...

The Changing Face of Pride

The Changing Face of Pride
- As LGBT Pride season rolls around, I think about how my experience of pride has changed over the years. Since I've started collecting Social Security, ...



Pope Francis Again Cautions Against Admitting Gays to Priesthood

Pope Francis Again Cautions Against Admitting Gays to Priesthood
- But it does square rather oddly with some of the pope's more LGBT-friendly comments, such as his famous 2013 “Who am I to judge?” remark about ...

Connecticut recruiting LGBT families to adopt, foster kids

Connecticut recruiting LGBT families to adopt, foster kids
- Connecticut's child welfare agency has launched an initiative to actively recruit members of the state's LGBT community to become foster and ...

Pride' has helped educate local folks

Pride' has helped educate local folks
- And in Tahlequah, a special group of people also celebrate June as LGBT Pride Month. In the past few decades, the LGBT community has made great ...

To protect LGBT youth, Hawaii enacts ban on so-called conversion therapy

To protect LGBT youth, Hawaii enacts ban on so-called conversion therapy
- Hawaii Gov. David Ige has signed into law SB 270 — legislation protecting LGBTQ youth from the dangerous and debunked practice of so-called ...

40000 Minors Make up 10 Percent of the Workforce

40000 Minors Make up 10 Percent of the Workforce
- International Press Service (IPS) reports that in Latin America, 5.7 million children are forced to work below the legal minimum working age many in ...

Meghan Markle and why 'mixed race' matters

Meghan Markle and why 'mixed race' matters
- Grant himself admitted that race matters because people are still seen as belonging to particular races: the fact that African American people in the US ...

How Barbecue Defined America

How Barbecue Defined America
- Barbecue has always been a summer tradition for Americans, but in the ... racial and gender order within the country was in flux as black Americans ...

Everyday Racism in America: Real stories of racial bias

Everyday Racism in America: Real stories of racial bias
- My first name is Bonita, people who don't know me assume I am African American. My entire life (I'm 60) I have felt the sting of racism in phone calls, ...

Life full of lessons on leaving racism behind

Life full of lessons on leaving racism behind
America elected Barack Obama and an American black woman was playing a lead role in shattering racial barriers in England. Watching that wedding ...

The politics and policy of racism in American health care

The politics and policy of racism in American health care
- The politics and policy of racism in American health care ... As a result, Medicaid beneficiaries living in high-poverty, mostly black cities like ... Racism is deeply rooted in the past and present of the American health care system.

African Americans who served in World War I

African Americans who served in World War I
- The war directly impacted all African Americans, male and female, northerner and southerner, soldier and civilian. Migration, military service, racial ...

Royal wedding was a landmark for racial diversity

Royal wedding was a landmark for racial diversity
The black American journalist, Barrett Holmes Pitner, a commentator on race and culture, said the presence of Winfrey and Elba forged a connection ...

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