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Trump Voters Think Men Face More Discrimination Than Women, LGBT People, And African Americans, Survey Finds

The results of the poll also point to an increasingly polarized electorate.

In a wide-ranging survey conducted by YouGov and the Economist, a large chunk of Donald Trump voters said that men in America face more discrimination than women, LGBT people, African Americans, or people belonging to other minority groups.

The poll surveyed a total of 1,500 American adults, asking them a wide range of questions from their views on issues of national importance to the performance of Trump as well as that of the key people in his administration. The survey also included questions which pointed to what Americans think of Trump’s temperament, his ideology, and whether or not they approve of the decisions he has taken over the course of his nearly…

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Religious Cultures of African and African Diaspora People

The book series examines the religious, cultural, and political expressions of African, African American, and African Caribbean traditions. Through …
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Trump Voters Believe Men Face More Bias Than LGBTQ People

A new poll that surveyed 1,500 American adults found that nearly half of Trump voters in the sampling believe men face more discrimination than women, African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, and LGBTQ people.

The survey, published by YouGov/The Economist and conducted October 16-18, asked respondents, “How much discrimination do the following people face in America today?” — the options included groups like Mexican-Americans, Jews, Muslims, African-Americans, immigrants, Native American people, women, and LGBTQ people, and respondents chose between “none at all,” “not much,” “a fair amount” and “a great deal.”

The results revealed that 49 percent of Trump voters believe men are up against either “a great deal” or “a fair amount” of prejudice. Trump voters believe the following groups…

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World Food Day 2018: Oprah, More Black People Fight For Zero Hunger

People across the globe were having a collective moment of raising awareness about the hunger crisis on Tuesday, which marked World Food Day. Hunger, inextricably linked to poverty, disproportionally affects African-Americans, motivating many Black folks to find practical ways to fight to end the crisis.

RELATED: NYC Public School System Battles Childhood Hunger With Free Lunch To All Students

Oprah Winfrey, who has long used her influence and celebrity status to call attention to human rights issues such as hunger, volunteered at the Freestore Foodbank in Cincinnati last month. The mogul partnered with retail company Kroger to attack hunger, WKRC, a CBS and CW affiliate, reported.

“Every step to zero hunger in this country, this city, this world is a step in the right direction,”…

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Kent celebrates diversity: 'You're going to see people from all over the world'

From East Asia, to South Africa the city is a 'minority majority' city – meaning minority groups like Latinos, Asians, African Americans and other ethnic …
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Democrat accuses Republican opponent of creating ‘miasma of fear’ to scare people out of voting for her

The Democrat running to be the governor of Georgia has accused her Republican counterpart of creating a “miasma of fear” to scare people out of voting for her.

Stacey Abrams, who would be the first African American woman elected to a governorship if she defeats Brian Kemp next month, accused her opponent of creating a voter identification law – which has put tens of thousands of voter registration applications on hold – to try and scare people. 

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