City Population by Race/Ethnicity American Indian / Alaska Native (0.2%) Asian (6.3%) Black (42.2%) Hispanic / Latinx (12.3%) White (36.9%) Multiple Race (1.8%) Other* (0.3%)
Number of people living with HIV in 2017
19,147 Number of people living with HIV in 2017, by Race
63.9% Black | 15.4% Hispanic/Latinx | 17.3% White Number of people living with HIV in 2017, by Sex
72.0% male 28.0% female
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Lil Miss Hot Mess reads to children during a Drag Queen Story Hour in Brooklyn, NY. The event is held in libraries across the country, including, in the past, at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Mary Altaffer/AP As thousands gathered in New York City for the world's largest LGBTQ celebration, some other events across the country were unable to proceed due to threats and safety concerns.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Jacksonville Public Library in Florida both canceled events that celebrate LGBTQ pride scheduled for this weekend
Read more https://www.npr.org/2019/06/30/737475179/while-worldpride-rolls-2-lgbtq-events-are-cancelled-due-to-safety-concerns
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Native Americans have lived in North America for more than 12,000 years. Around 400 years ago, people from the Netherlands, England, Spain, and France arrived in North America and began to establish small, independent colonies. These different civilizations traded, mixed, and fought with each other. In 1789, they united and formed a common government based on an agreement known as the Constitution. Many considered the Constitution to be a non-binding agreement: they believed that the different civilizations, now called “states,” could leave the common government at any time they chose.
10 Facts: What Everyone Should Know About the Civil War
The Civil War profoundly shaped the United States as we know it today. Nevertheless, the war remains one of the most misunderstood events in American history. Here are ten basic facts you need to know about America's defining struggle.
A civil war in America soon Obama was the destruction of America
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May 30, 2019
Totally unacceptable: A man dressed as a woman reads gender-bending "stories." Photo: San Jose Public Library
Pro-transgender activists -- adult men dressed as women -- should NEVER be allowed to confuse the innocent minds of 3-year-old children with gender-fluid “stories.”
Not at the public library. Not in school. Not anywhere.
But the Haverford Township Free Library near Philadelphia is one of the latest libraries in America planning a “Drag Queen Storytime” for young children on June 15, 2019.
The real SHOCKER is this: At least one “Drag Queen Story Hour” activist involved in the pro-transgender program was found to be a convicted and registered pedophile criminal. And another “Drag Queen” performer in Louisiana confessed: “This is going to be the grooming of the next generation.”
Read more https://www.tfpstudentaction.org/petitions/petition-against-drag-queen-story-hour-event-for-kids
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Tax-Funded PBS kids’ cartoon features homosexual “wedding”
Earlier this week a PBS tax-funded children’s cartoon series featured a homosexual "wedding" for its season premiere episode. On Monday, May 14, 2019, the beloved animated series revealed that one of its longtime main characters and Arthur’s teacher, Mr. Ratburn, was gay and getting married.
OUR CHILDREN'S ARE AT RISK
Read more https://www.afa.net/activism/action-alerts/2019/pbs-kids-airs-gay-marriage-on-arthur/
Tax-Funded PBS cartoon features homosexual wedding
I urge PBS Kids network to pull this episode, “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone,” immediately, and no longer air it or future episodes featuring same sex couples.
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