Vigília de homenagem a Luna, Transexual assassinada em Lisboa.
4ª feira, dia 26 de Março, 19h00, Conde Redondo (esquina com a R. Gonçalves Crespo), em Lisboa.
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Drop-in centre targets hate crime
CRIMES against the gay community can now be reported at a special monthly meeting.
A drop-in centre for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) residents is available at West Greenwich Library in Greenwich High Road on the first Saturday of each month.
Greenwich Police's LGBT liaison team will be there between 2 and 4pm to hear the concerns of the gay community.
North Charleston murder highlights absence of state hate crime law
Currently, there are five states that do not have a law on the books which defines a hate crime: Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, South Carolina, and Wyoming.
Police have yet to identify a motive in the killing of a North Charleston transgendered teen in late January, but the circumstances of the case spotlight a hole in federal hate crime statutes that long-neglected state legislation may fill.
Slain transgender woman to be remembered
A demonstration to remember a transgender woman whose naked body was found on a San Francisco sidewalk last year will be held Friday, March 21.
Vigil Honors Hate Crime Victim
A killer is still out there and a family mourns the loss of a loved one claimed by a hate crime at a vigil Wednesday night in central Phoenix.
Maurice Dupree Green, also known as Melissa, was only 22 when he was gunned down in central Phoenix on May 21, 2006.
‘Homosexual Indoctrination’ - an Educator’s Point of View
The recent hateful rant by Representative Sally Kern hit home with me, not because of the more widespread comparison she made between gay folks and terrorists, disgusting as it is, but because of her continued rant about the public schools “indoctrinating” children as young as two years old with “the homosexual lifestyle is an acceptable lifestyle.” As a 19-year veteran public school teacher, and an Oklahoma educator at that, where do I begin?