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miércoles, 11 de diciembre de 2019

Conservative African-American student attacked by leftist militant and LGBT activist

An African American college student was beaten up by a white student, described as a “deranged leftist and LGBT activist,” after a discussion through ...


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LGBT community seeks an end to discrimination

As the country celebrated International Human Right Day, dozens of gender minorities and activists, mostly those representing lesbian, transgender ...


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Painting of naked Zapata stirs uproar in Mexico

A controversial painting of Mexican revolutionary leader Emiliano Zapata has pitted his family and supporters against the work's artist and the LGBT ...


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Peasants clashed with LGBT activists for painting Emiliano Zapata naked and with heels

"Shoe after Shoe”Is the title that bears the exhibition commemorating the leader of the South in the Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts.


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TCS first Tata Group firm to offer medical coverage advantages to LGBT workers

Social insurance frameworks are associations set up to meet the wellbeing needs of focused populaces. As indicated by the World Health ...


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Emails show range of reaction after Regina school board Pride vote, trustee's 'drag queens' comment

The motion, which was defeated 4-3 during an emotional school board meeting, would have enshrined the right of schools to celebrate LGBT Pride as ...


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Jeremy Corbyn on 52 years of fighting for queer rights, why LGBT voters can trust him and, of ...

Jeremy Corbyn is a lot of things. He's the leader of the Labour Party. He's the man who wants to form the next government. But he's also a man who's ...


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1 in 10 in Japan identify as LGBT or other sexual minority: poll

The Japan LGBT Research Institute Inc., a Tokyo-based think tank specializing in issues related to sexual minorities, conducted the poll in April and ...


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Arizona group trying to get more Latinos in education leadership roles

Avila said for too long, decisions affecting Latino students have been made by “people who do not have the lived experiences that inform policy ...


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'It's too personal:' Latino voters talk hurricane relief, immigration with Buttigieg

Buttigieg said Latino communities are “the reason our community is growing, not shrinking. ... “A lot of people like myself served, and you feel the sting.


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John Leguizamo To Produce Comic Book About 'Street Smart' Latino Hero From New York

“Being Latinx is being a superhero,” he said. “They are go-getters, influencers, and they know they have to take matters into their own hands. And that ...


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10 Popular Celebrities Who Are Proud of Their Latino Roots

In the previous study published in Latin Post, Latinx is becoming rare in Hollywood. Their roles and characters in the movies are mostly the villain and ...


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Reviewers salivate over Salvadoran cuisine

Being an essential part of the Latino fabric of Richmond, the bright restaurant attracts people of different backgrounds. “We came all the way from ...


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Experts publish new book with recommendations to reduce Latino cancer

Included in the new book are promising research findings on Latino cancer and ... The book and conference are a call to action to address Latino cancer ... strategic thinking about how people can apply this research and practice to ...


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ACLU sues Milwaukee, widening challenge to police stop-and-frisk

In its lawsuit, the ACLU charged that Milwaukee's stop-and-frisk program discriminates against black and Latino people and unconstitutionally lets ...


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Researchers Projected 142% Rise in Latino Cancer by 2030

Researchers Projected 142% Rise in Latino Cancer by 2030 ... Also, people from Mexico are twice as likely to die from stomach cancer as are Cubans ...


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