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June 27, 1969 marked an important turning point in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history when the patrons of Stonewall Inn—a popular gay bar in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village—galvanized a 6-day protest against routine police raids on gay-friendly establishments. The following year, gay communities from New York City to Los Angeles organized marches—called pride parades—to commemorate…Read More Pride Parades Around the World
When President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in 2012, the bill included a requirement that companies cover the cost of FDA-approved contraceptive drugs and services with no charge to employees. The provision became controversial among religious conservatives, forcing Obama to shift responsibility for contraceptive costs to insurance providers when employers object…Read More Control of Birth Control
A recent Forbes Insight survey discovered that almost 60 percent of C-level U.S. business executives said they’d watch an online video before reading text covering the same topic on a web page. Columnfivemedia created this infographic withWistia to look at how the future of learning is becoming increasingly visual and social, and how senior managers are…Read More Like a Boss — Are U.S. Execs Embracing Online Video?
So you must all have read or heard about the Wikileaks gate? Even if you didn’t, this is the right place to start. This infographic describes the Wiki leaks gate in just this one picture, which means you will get more information in this than you get by searching at least ten websites. If you…Read More Wikileaks Cable Gate