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 Speak Out Florida.001

Speak Out South Florida consists of a group of individuals who are concerned about the political atmosphere and the subsequent fragmentation of our communities and nation occurring since the 2016 Presidential Election. The number of Hate Crimes against minority groups including Jews, Immigrants, African-Americans, Muslims, and the Disabled, as well as the LGBT Community have increased dramatically. This must stop! With the prevalence of "Fake" information in the Media, we feel that it is of the utmost importance to arm ourselves with knowledge while remaining vigilant. Our intention is to learn how to contact our politicians by using effective ways of communication in order to evoke change that is fair to all. Our findings will be shared locally and across the U.S.

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Eric Kenneth Fanning (born July 2, 1968) is the United States Secretary of the Army, appointed by President Barack Obama on November 3, 2015, and confirmed by the United States Senate on May 17, 2016. Fanning is the 22nd Secretary of the Army, the largest service branch of the U.S. military, and the first openly gay head of any service in the U.S. military.


He has spent most of the preceding 25 years in government service. He worked as a Congressional staffer and consultant before joining the U.S. Department of Defense, where he has held Army, Navy, and Air Force positions.

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CHANGSHA, China — The two young men met through an online chat group. They began seeing each other every day. Long walks in the park. Movies and barhopping. Dinner with grandparents.


On their first anniversary, in June,2015 the men, Sun Wenlin and Hu Mingliang, tried to register to marry at a local civil affairs bureau in this southern provincial capital. An employee refused, saying Chinese law did not permit same-sex marriage. The couple did the unthinkable — they sued the civil affairs bureau. In January, 2016 a district court accepted their case, the first time a Chinese court had agreed to hear a lawsuit on same-sex marriage.

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