A collective of local artists and activists is encouraging unity among South Florida’s women through an event called LadyFest.
“As women, we are fragmented,” says Charo Valero, one of the event’s organizers. “The mothers, the straight women, women of faith, women of color, immigrants, women that only speak Spanish, we exist as fragmented pieces.”
06/30/14 - Monday's Topical Currents looks at the complexities of estate planning for same sex and other non-traditional couples. Even though the Defense of Marriage Act has been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, Florida remains a state that does not recognize same sex marriage. We speak with James Peppelman, Certified Financial Planner, Senior Vice President and Wealth Director for PNC Wealth Management in Palm Beach County. Also joining us is attorney an
They say Americans will do anything for Latin America except read about it. But even gringos couldn’t ignore the noise next door in 2013.
Seemingly overnight, Brazil experienced violent anti-government unrest – then just as quickly it became the spokesnation for a world outraged by the U.S. surveillance overreach exposed by Edward Snowden.
With the U.S. Supreme Court considering same-sex marriage, President Barack Obama re-elected on a platform that included it, and the first openly gay lawmakers taking their seats in Tallahassee, gay voters say it's been a winning year.
"We've made a lot of progress, but we still have a long way to go," said Rep. David Richardson, a Miami Beach Democrat, and one of two openly gay lawmakers elected this year – the first in Florida's Legislature.