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lunes, 13 de mayo de 2019

How The 'Coming Out' Process Is Evolving For LGBTQ People

How The 'Coming Out' Process Is Evolving For LGBTQ People
We're hard-wired to share our stories," says Michael J. Salas, a therapist who specializes in working with LGBTQ people and founder of Vantage Point ...

LGBTQ community faces unique cancer risks

LGBTQ community faces unique cancer risks
What many don't realize is that the stats on cancer screening, diagnoses, severity and recovery rates may vary by group, and members of the LGBTQ ...

Celebrate Pride in the LGBTQ Capital of America, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Mass.

Celebrate Pride in the LGBTQ Capital of America, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Mass.
Pride weekend is an opportunity to witness and celebrate each of these elements that make Provincetown a hub of gay pride year-round. There is no ...

New Study Highlights How Divisive Political Rhetoric Can Seep Into America's Schools, Prompting ...

New Study Highlights How Divisive Political Rhetoric Can Seep Into America's Schools, Prompting ...
While student surveys indicated an uptick in anti-LGBTQ bullying in the years leading up to the voter referendum, harassment rates began to decline in ...

Being Out” looks at LGBTQ people in sports after they have come out

Being Out” looks at LGBTQ people in sports after they have come out
Each article will focus on an LGBTQ sports person who has been out and what that experience has been like. Each person answers six questions ...

Forcing Us to Embrace Evil, Destructive Lies

Forcing Us to Embrace Evil, Destructive Lies
Someone asked, "What is behind the LGBTQ agenda?" The goal of LGBTQ enforcers is to forcibly normalize their lifestyle in the minds of the 97% of ...

LGBTQ activists hold pride parade, defy government in Cuba

LGBTQ activists hold pride parade, defy government in Cuba
 Gay-rights activists organised an unauthorized march Saturday via social media, eight blocks below one of Havana's main thoroughfares ...

In Vegas, Buttigieg describes his coming out, need to bridge divides

In Vegas, Buttigieg describes his coming out, need to bridge divides
changing country as he gave the keynote address Saturday night in Las Vegas at a gala for the LGBTQcivil rights group Human Rights Campaign.

Beto O'Rourke reveals plan to transfer wealth from rich, white Americans to poorer African-Americans


Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke this week revealed a controversial plan to address racial income inequality: redistribute wealth from ...

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What does Archie tell us about mixed-race Britain?


Our current view of mixed-race Britain, particularly in the context of the black (African/Caribbean) community, has become so familiar that it is now ...

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Still too few Black female academics hold professorships


When, many years ago, I first attended the American Educational Research ... Black academics are the least likely of the main ethnic groups to be ...

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Malcolm X was 'our Black shining prince'


I say the word again, as he would want me to: Afro-American. Afro-American. Malcolm, who was a master, was most meticulous in his use of words.

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DNC Finance Chair to Head Latino Voter Drive for 2020

  
"It's important for no one to ever take this [Latino] community for granted," Muñoz added. "People make a mistake thinking that if they just put Spanish ...

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Top Dem money man puts muscle behind Latino mobilization


A top Democratic money man is putting his muscle behind boosting Latino voter turnout for the 2020 presidential election. Henry Muñoz III, the former ...

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Guest column: How Wall Street drives racial and gender inequality


How Wall Street drives racial and gender inequality ... is even higher — around 84 percent at JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America.

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Can quinceañeras boost Latino voter turnout in Texas?


With an estimated 50,000 quinceañeras taking place in Texas annually, according to Jolt, the group aims to register 5,000 people to vote in the first ...

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