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martes, 1 de octubre de 2019

Comprehensive Sexuality Education has nothing to do with LGBT issues

The Ghana Education Service has reacted to public concerns that its Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is a subtle attempt to promote deviant ...


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Supreme Court to Decide High-Stakes 'LGBT' Cases Amid Partisan Scrutiny

The U.S. Supreme Court will begin its 2019-2020 term with a thunderclap: a trio of cases that could result in the extension of federal ...


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Introducing sexual assault awareness education and LGBT history into schools

Thirty-seven states, including New Jersey, have passed Erin's Law, which requires public schools to teach age-appropriate lessons about sexual ...


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Qatar Football World Cup CEO Assures LGBT Fans They Are All Welcome

The capital city Doha is currently hosting the World Athletics Championships and UK LGBT rights organisation Stonewall has warned visitors to take ...


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Call for LGBT soldiers' rights

Officials of Amnesty International Korea stage a performance in front of the defense ministry on ..., South Korea's Armed Forces Day, to call ...


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Michelle Visage worries she won't win Strictly Come Dancing – but is sure she can count on her ...

Her plan of getting LGBT fans and drag queens to vote for her looks to be paying off as Michelle and pro Giovanni Pernice came second with their ...


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Christine and the Queens says 'queer aesthetic is being used to sell things'

Christine and the Queens has criticised the way those in the LGBT+ community are exploited by brands and musicians. Speaking about the issue to ...


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'There is no protection': case of trans woman fired after coming out could make history

... all too common” said Jay Kaplan, staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan's LGBT Project, which is fighting Stephens' case.


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The Caminos festival puts artists from the Latinx community and beyond centre stage in Toronto

Aluna Theatre originally started the Caminos festival as a means of promoting talent from the Latinx diaspora — but over the past three years, they've ...


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Are We Entering a Frozen Food Renaissance?

In celebration of LatinX heritage month Yahoo Finance is showcasing LatinX-owned brands. One such company is Brazi-Bites, the maker of ...


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A young Latino dreamed of going to Harvard. He's there and his tweet has gone viral.

“The only thing people ever talked about when you mentioned was how good it was and how it was the best post-secondary education you could get,” ...


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Young people with autism find sweet success in Chicago mom's enterprise

Liza Curiel felt there was a void in many Latino communities when it comes to helping those with ... It's very difficult for people to see their disability.


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Democrats start Nevada caucus training in Spanish to build Latino 2020 turnout

In a recent Latino Decisions poll for Univision, a greater share of people who were interviewed in Spanish said they were almost certain they'd vote in ...


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United Latinos can defeat Trump in 2020

United Latinos can defeat Trump in 2020 ... by Trump's own racist rhetoric, killed more than 20 Latino people at a Walmart in our sister city of El Paso.


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Changes could boost diversity in tech

This is especially true for the female, black and Latino students I've spoken with ... But if the people who design the technology don't include women, ...


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One-quarter of Latinos pay half of salaries on rent

“The owner of those apartments would take advantage of Hispanic people who weren't U.S. citizens and didn't know English,” Lopez said.


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