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Watch the Famous NYC Pride March From Around the World

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You don’t have to travel to New York City this weekend to experience the NYC Pride March. On Sunday, June 29, the city streets will welcome the march, and Mashable has your front-row seats. We’ll be providing coverage, commentary and interviews live from the march route. Tune in right here on Mashable or via the […]

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Top State Department Official Says Response To Ugandan Anti-LGBT Law Was “Slow”

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“I would acknowledge we’re sometimes slow,” Assistant Secretary of State #Tom Malinowski said. View this image › U.S. State Department / Via state.gov WASHINGTON — The State Department&8217;s top human rights official said Wednesday that the U.S. response to #Uganda&8217;s anti-LGBT law may have been &8220;slow.&8221; &8220;I would acknowledge we&8217;re sometimes slow,&8221; said Tom Malinowski, […]

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The Anti-Immigrant And Anti-LGBT Rhetoric That Helped Propel The Right Into The European Parliament

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“We are a Negro conglomerate, [in] total chaos.” View this image › Bernadett Szabo / Reuters Elod Novak, deputy chairman of Hungary’s far-right Jobbik Party, burns an EU flag during an anti-EU demonstration in January. Many of the right-wing parties that won big in the #European Union elections that concluded on Sunday ran heavily against […]

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Organization That Planned "Pro-Life Olympics" to Honor Anti-LGBT and Anti-Abortion Activists

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An Australian government official is among those to be recognized by the World Congress of Families. View this image › kevinandrews.com.au / Via kevinandrews.com.au An Australian cabinet minister, a British lawyer, and a Venezuelan activist are among those who will be honored later this year by the World Congress of Families (WCF), the U.S.-based global […]

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Uganda’s Foreign Minister Sails Through U.N. Election Despite Concerns Over LGBT Law

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Sam Kutesa has been unanimously elected president of the United Nations General Assembly. View this image › Ugandan Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov AP Photo/Frank Franklin II Despite allegations of corruption and a spotty record on human rights, Ugandan Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa was elected president of the United Nations […]

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