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LGBTQ groups fear a bill in Tennessee, passed by the state legislature, could bring discrimination and weaken same-sex marriage or other civil rights -- but legal experts say it is unlikely to effectively do so.
Recent marches such as the Women’s March on Jan. 21 and March for Science have lured newcomers to a symbol of activism that dates back hundreds of years.
Tomáš Rafa has documented the rise of far-right nationalism in Central Europe amid a growing refugee crisis and years of economic stagnation.
Sheila Abdus-Salaam, an associate judge for the New York Court of Appeals, was the first black woman and Muslim to serve as a judge on New York's highest court.
LGBTQ activists criticized the deal, saying it was a repeal of the law in name only and would not protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the state.
This year, an LGBTQ nondiscrimination bill gained bipartisan support in West Virginia for the first time -- and LGBTQ people say they have seen other changes in the state.
The Broadway musical "Come From Away" celebrates how volunteers in Gander, Newfoundland, welcomed strangers on 9/11 -- a tradition that continues today.
Researchers surveyed military doctors and found the vast majority had received “three hours or less of training on transgender care.”…
In a typical day as the "Agoraphobic Traveller," Jacqui Kenny may see Mongolian mountains, brightly-colored houses in Arizona and a plain in Kyrgyzstan -- all from the safety of her home.
“Moonlight” won Best Picture at the 89th Academy Awards in a ceremony in which presenters and award recipients pointed to the strength of diversity in the film industry.
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