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Gender Identity

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Mothers of the Disappeared March Againand Again

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Jan 23, 2009

On the same day Barack Obama was inaugurated as president in the United States, a group of mothers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico marched to call attention to the cases of their daughters who disappeared last year.

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Carrying Her Own Weight

Navajo Times, News Feature, Marley Shebala, Jan 14, 2009

Her father served in Vietnam, her grandfather served in World War II and was a prisoner of war, and her great-grandfather served in World War I. She went to Iraq.

Family Rejection a Health Risk for Lesbian, Gay and Transgender Youth

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Dec 29, 2008

Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth whose families have rejected them because of their sexual orientation are at far greater risk for mental and physical health problems than those who come from families who have accepted them, according to a recent study.

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Christian Right Scored on Prop 8 with Ethnic Voters

New America Media, Commentary, Surina Khan, Dec 28, 2008

The supporters of Proposition 8 in California used churches and outreach to communities of color to pass the anti same-sex marriage ballot measure.

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Gay Marriage Ban Activates Young Queers of Color

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia , News Feature//Video, Words//Video: Jazmyne Young, Dec 17, 2008

Prop. 8 might have been a crushing blow in a victorious year, but it did activate young people of color who care about gay rights to come out and make a change.

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Singular Sensation

Audrey Magazine, News Feature, David Yi, Dec 17, 2008

When the shy, unassuming musician took the stage at the Asian American talent showcase Kollaboration Acoustic, no one knew what to expect. Now, Jane Lui is set to take her one-woman show on the road.

New Yorkers Protest Gay Marriage Ban

New America Media, Video, Jonathan Mena and Jacqueline Fernandez, Nov 16, 2008

Yesterday thousands of protesters took to the streets of New York to protest the passage of Proposition 8 in California.

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Prop 8 Legal Challenge

New America Media, Commentary, Eva Paterson, Nov 12, 2008

Proposition 8 was not just an assault on the rights of LGBT individuals. Proposition 8 injured us all.

It's No Surprise Blacks Backed Gay Marriage Ban

New America Media, News Analysis, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Nov 06, 2008

The painful truth is that Proposition 8 would have gone down to flaming defeat if blacks hadnt backed it in droves.

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Prop. 8 Debate Draws Ethnic Media, Fans Tensions

New America Media, News Report, Carolyn Ji Jong Goossen, Oct 30, 2008

Tempers flared at a debate Wednesday between supporters and opponents of Prop. 8, the ballot measure that would make same-sex marriage illegal.

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