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lunes, 3 de junio de 2019

Joe Biden launches LGBT Pride merchandise

Joe Biden launches LGBT Pride merchandise
Joe Biden launches LGBT Pride merchandise. Sun. ... Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign has started selling LGBT Pride merchandise.

Why Sacramento LGBT leaders won't allow police in uniform to attend Pride events

Why Sacramento LGBT leaders won't allow police in uniform to attend Pride events
Pride Month kicked off with some controversy between the Sacramento Police Department and leaders of Sacramento's LGBT community. Officers in ...

Ann Widdecombe slammed for suggesting science may 'produce answer' to being gay

Ann Widdecombe slammed for suggesting science may 'produce answer' to being gay
Ann Widdecombe is continuing her sick anti-LGBT campaign." Independent MP Nick Boles said: "If only science could produce an answer to the blight ...

Backlash after Bishop Thomas Tobin's warning over 'harmful' LGBT Pride events

Backlash after Bishop Thomas Tobin's warning over 'harmful' LGBT Pride events
A bishop in the US has received widespread criticism after urging Catholics to not support LGBT events because they are "especially harmful for ...

This is our tribe': Thousands of Utahns don rainbow colors to show unity for LGBT community

This is our tribe': Thousands of Utahns don rainbow colors to show unity forLGBT community
It means that we have the community here that is celebrating us, and celebrating LGBT existence and everything that that entails. … It was so evident ...

Dallas' pride parade expands beyond 'gayborhood' with Fair Park move

Dallas' pride parade expands beyond 'gayborhood' with Fair Park move
For 35 years, the Texas Freedom Parade has been an annual expression of Oak Lawn's "gayborhood." But Sunday the rainbow flags flew over Fair ...

how Singapore's LGBT movement became a 'tangible force' where others struggle to ...

how Singapore's LGBT movement became a 'tangible force' where others struggle to ...
But Pink Dot has managed to continue drawing an increasing mix of both LGBT and straight participants, who don pink clothes, accessories and ...

The man who Trump praised as Pride Month began

The man who Trump praised as Pride Month began
And on May 31, Trump even offered two tweets praising "LGBT pride month" and stated that he stands "in solidarity with the many LGBTQ people who ...

New study identifies how pets enforce boundaries of racial segregation in neighborhoods


I learned that white, black and Latino residents led rather separate social lives in Creekridge Park. Eighty-six percent of white people said their closest ...

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Castro links his campaign to Trump's 'racism'


Castro is the only Latino in the broad 2020 Democratic presidential field. ... Kamala Harris thinks fears about Medicare for All come from people ...

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The missing element to beat poverty


Esther Duflo, a Massachusetts of Technology economist who has studied the Graduation Approach, notes that American programs for the poor are ...

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American football sees growing popularity in Tianjin city of China


A group of American football enthusiasts, wearing helmets, masks and other protective gears, are in full swing to embark ...

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Racial discrimination raises risks of disease among African Americans: Study


In addition, 38 of the participants were positive for HIV. Their participation gave scientists a chance to study the effects of racism independently from ...

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Lawsuit calls Mississippi's way of choosing governors racist


"The scheme has its basis in racism -- an 1890 post-Reconstruction attempt to keep African Americans out of statewide office," said former U.S. ...

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“Black” or “African American ?”


In a recent televised commentary, Dr. Greg Carr, chair of Howard University's Department of Afro-American Studies kick-started a stirring conversation ...

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The Affordable Care Act erased a racial disparity in cancer care, a new study says


The expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act in 2010 nearly erased a key disparity in access to cancer care for white and ...

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