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miércoles, 2 de enero de 2019

Trump says he'd 'love to run against' Warren

Trump says he'd 'love to run against' Warren
- her move notes the economic challenges facing people of color along with images of a women's march and Warren's participation at an LGBT event.

Trump official plans to welcome anti-LGBT Russian politician Dmitry Rogozin

Trump official plans to welcome anti-LGBT Russian politician Dmitry Rogozin
- A senior Trump administration official has sparked concerns over a plan to waive sanctions against extremist Russian politician Dmitry Rogozin to ...

Becoming the Best Version of Yourself

Becoming the Best Version of Yourself
- As we rush headlong into a new year, many of us have made resolutions and pledged ourselves to transforming some aspect, or aspects, of our lives.

Gay travellers warned about homophobia risk in The Bahamas

Gay travellers warned about homophobia risk in The Bahamas
- As an LGBT Bahamian that regularly if not frequently experiences violence as a human rights advocate that concerns myself about violence towards ...

Transgender Henderson police officers work to close LGBT divide

Transgender Henderson police officers work to close LGBT divide
- ACLU of Nevada spokesman Wesley Juhl said that the relationship between law enforcement and LGBT people has a long, tense history.

LGBT ally Elizabeth Warren launches Presidential bid

LGBT ally Elizabeth Warren launches Presidential bid
- Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren featured a same-sex wedding and a Pride parade in a video launching her bid to challenge Donald Trump in ...

For Now, the Fate of LGBT Workplace Rights Lies in Mitch McConnell's Hands

For Now, the Fate of LGBT Workplace Rights Lies in Mitch McConnell's Hands
- One senator's opposition to LGBT rights could indefinitely shut down the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission come 2019. And the only person ...

Serving the Latinx community with love

Serving the Latinx community with love
- I was fortunate that Ingrid started a group with all the Hispanic people that took the TICCP and she put a workshop up and I volunteered as a facilitator ...

Reports of Rapes and Hate Crimes Rise in 2018, but New York Remains Safest Big City

Reports of Rapes and Hate Crimes Rise in 2018, but New York Remains Safest Big City
- New York City remained the safest big city in the country in 2018 as the murder rate continued to drop. But the number of rapes and hate crimes ...

Hate crimes law would not limit freedom of speech, thought

Hate crimes law would not limit freedom of speech, thought
- As one of a few authors of hate crime bills to be proposed in the upcoming legislature, I wish to discuss my bill in response to comments by a few of my ...

Cuba in the Eyes of an African American

Cuba in the Eyes of an African American
- One of the advantages of being retired is that he now has time to write ... As an African American, I can't help but be interested in its racial issue and ...

It shouldn't matter if NFL coaches are black, white, or anything else

It shouldn't matter if NFL coaches are black, white, or anything else
- This year, however, the day has created some racial controversy. As a result of this purging, four underperforming African-American NFL head ...

Salt Lake City named 78th safest city in America

Salt Lake City named 78th safest city in America
- The study says people often feel threatened by a mortgage payment, crime in the neighborhood, unsecured networks and many other things.

The Rise of Hate Crimes on the Jewish Population: Nationally and New Orleans

The Rise of Hate Crimes on the Jewish Population: Nationally and New Orleans
Hate crimes against the Jewish population are on the rise, significantly. According to the FBI (via CBS News), nationally, hate crimes were up 17 ...

NYPD: Murders Down, Rapes And Hate Crimes Up In 2018

NYPD: Murders Down, Rapes And Hate Crimes Up In 2018
- New York City closed out 2018 with the fewest homicides since 1951, making it the safest big city in America.