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Uruguay's president Jose "Pepe" Mujica grabbed some headlines when he said denying marriage to gay and lesbian couples was a form of torture.
Although the LGBT community and our allies recently celebrated the veto of SB 1062 in Arizona, the fact that such a bill even made it to the governor's desk was distressing. Unfortunately, as we know, the LGBT community was not the first group to be singled out for discrimination in Arizona. Latino and immigrant communities have long felt targeted by laws like SB 1070, which forced law enforcement to inquire about a person's legal status—if they "suspected" them of being undocumented. Since blue-eyed blonde Canadians who've overstayed their visas are very unlikely to be "suspected" of being undocumented, SB 1070 was considered likely to invite racial profiling. Unfortunately that didn't stop Gov. Jan Brewer from signing the bill, which was later partially overturned.
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El festival de cine Fusion vendrá a Los Ángeles, Marzo 14-16. Establecido en el 2004, Fusion se enfoca en el trabajo de cineastas LGBT de color. Además de proyecciones cinematográficas también incluye al Fusion Lab, una colección de cinematografías y clases, y InFusion, un programa que conecta a productores y directores de cine.