'Gay rights' presentation slideshows

Gay rights - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


LOs:

LOs:

How similar were the origins and methods of gay rights campaig ners to that of other minority groups in the 1960s ?. It’s a question, so it needs a ?. underlined. LOs:. 1 . To identify similarities and differences between origins of movements.

By emily
(821 views)

The LGBT Movement

The LGBT Movement

The LGBT Movement. The history of the movement from Stonewall through Gay Marriage, Gender Identity and Transgender Issues. To start; a few questions…. The gay rights movement burst on to the political scene in 1969. Why then?

By jana
(286 views)

The 1960’s

The 1960’s

The 1960’s. The Roots of Rebellion. Youth Revolt The New Left. The Roots of Rebellion. The Counterculture Feminism. The Roots of Rebellion. The Sexual Revolution and the Pill Hispanic Rights. The Roots of Rebellion. Native American Rights Gay Rights. Nixon and Middle America.

By Rita
(535 views)

Ruled-based Approaches to Ethics: Deontology

Ruled-based Approaches to Ethics: Deontology

Ruled-based Approaches to Ethics: Deontology. Ethics Matters. Lawrence M. Hinman, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy University of San Diego Larry@EthicsMatters . net Updated September 24, 2013. Overview. The Fundamental Contrast: Rules vs. Consequences Three Examples of Rule- Based Approaches

By hailey
(190 views)

Being Different by Rajiv Malhotra A Synopsys Shankar Jaganathan January 19, 2012

Being Different by Rajiv Malhotra A Synopsys Shankar Jaganathan January 19, 2012

Being Different by Rajiv Malhotra A Synopsys Shankar Jaganathan January 19, 2012. Content of the Presentation. Approach. Caveats: This is my view of the book, not the book summary Based on my reading of the book, no prior subject expertise I have no knowledge of Sanskrit; a major handicap

By coye
(292 views)

News Literacy Activity & Discussion

News Literacy Activity & Discussion

News Literacy Activity & Discussion. Jamie Loo, Online Resources Producer McCormick Foundation Civics Program July 21, 2011. What is news literacy?.

By barid
(129 views)

Chapter 4 Political Culture

Chapter 4 Political Culture

Chapter 4 Political Culture. Mr. Ishmael-AP Government. By the end of this lesson, I will be able to…. Identify what political culture is. Identify what political ideology is. Understand the important elements associated with the political system. Intro. Survival of U.S. Constitution rare

By traci
(162 views)

Tony Blair and Gordon Brown

Tony Blair and Gordon Brown

Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Braxton Moore, Brittany Bagwell, Nic Nguyen, Preston Lahmann , Tyler Regelsky. Tony Blair. 1997-2007. Public Policy (Tony Blair). Focused on health and education Tuition Welfare state Gay rights Civil Partnership Act Increased Workers Rights

By olina
(275 views)

To a New Conservatism: 1969–1988

To a New Conservatism: 1969–1988

31. To a New Conservatism: 1969–1988. The Tempting of Richard Nixon . One of the most controversial presidents in U.S. history Limited success in domestic policy Broke important new ground in foreign relations Resigned under the cloud of Watergate scandal. Pragmatic Liberalism.

By nay
(122 views)

Re-thinking Family

Re-thinking Family

Re-thinking Family. Week Three. Hegemony - Gramsci. According to Antonio Gramsci the ruling classes will use whatever means available to ensure its status. A hegemonic position is legitimized as a “common sense” This consent is achieved through science and the control of morality in society

By kerry
(107 views)

Research. 2007 National School Climate Survey

Research. 2007 National School Climate Survey

Research. 2007 National School Climate Survey .

By esme
(147 views)

Politics

Politics

Politics. (Sometimes) giving people what they want. What is the point of government?. People want stuff! Healthcare Security Education Cat food Shelter Orange juice. Two faces of politics. Descriptive Collecting facts Making models Predictions Normative How politics should work

By aoife
(176 views)

American Political Culture

American Political Culture

American Political Culture. Wilson Chapter 4 AP Government. What is Political Culture?. The widely-shared beliefs, values, and norms that citizens share about their government A distinctive and patterned way of thinking about how political and economic life ought to be carried out.

By lucita
(189 views)

Equal Protection: Gay Rights

Equal Protection: Gay Rights

What level of scrutiny should be applied to laws that classify gays differently?. AP Government and Politics Chapter 19: Wilson Homework : Study for Multiple Choice Exam. Equal Protection: Gay Rights. Gay Rights and Equal Protection.

By najila
(105 views)

http://www.firecoalition.com/

http://www.firecoalition.com/

Illegal immigrants crossing over the border into the US. http://www.firecoalition.com/. http://theconservativetreehouse.com. No illegal-immigrants. http://eupnews.com. http://www.sodahead.com. http://therighttobeararms2011.blogspot.com. English as official language.

By buzz
(109 views)

2014 Winter Olympics in Russia

2014 Winter Olympics in Russia

2014 Winter Olympics in Russia. By : Yizleibis Barreto & Karina Rodriguez . Where can we watch it?. NBC (channel 5) and on nbcolympics.com. When & Where . Sochi, Russia along the Black Sea Coast. the second largest city of Krasnodar Krai. . February 7-23, 2014 . Sochi’s Story.

By kaiser
(220 views)

Political Impact of Religious Commitment

Political Impact of Religious Commitment

Political Impact of Religious Commitment. Widespread belief that “religiosity” promotes political conservatism Some work on American recent elections supports this view “God Gap” – regular church attenders more conservative in partisanship, vote choice and policy attitudes

By arch
(141 views)

The New Civil Rights Movement: Gay Rights

The New Civil Rights Movement: Gay Rights

The New Civil Rights Movement: Gay Rights. Chapter 6, Theme E. Historical Background . Why have states historically been given the right to legislate & regulate homosexual activity? What type of laws have states passed to regulate this type of behavior? Results?

By coyne
(169 views)

Cuba

Cuba

Cuba . Brooke Dalton & Paige Vines. International Affairs . USA/ Cuba Relations Fails to respond to Cuban freeing of dissidents (Did Cuba skew cause of dissidents d eath?) Embargo against Cuba/50 years of sanctions Travel ban against Cuba. Political Leaders .

By adrina
(758 views)

Equal Protection: Women, Affirmative Action and Gay Rights

Equal Protection: Women, Affirmative Action and Gay Rights

Is “diversity” in the workplace or in educational settings a “compelling state interest”? If so, how is diversity defined and achieved?. AP Government and Politics Chapter 19: Wilson Homework : Read Wilson, Chapter 19 (544-550). Equal Protection: Women, Affirmative Action and Gay Rights.

By yvon
(88 views)

View Gay rights PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Gay rights PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Gay rights presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.