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Lynare Robbins

Freelance Journalist and Lifestyle Curator

Location icon United States of America

Lynare Robbins is a multidimensional writer who writes reflective pieces related to social justice, art, culture, travel and the human experience.


Newspaper Articles

Miami Festival Showcases 'Physically Integrated Dance'

Since antiquity, dance has been an important form of human expression. Illustrations depicting dance were inscribed on Bhimbetka rock shelters in ancient India 30,000 years ago, while various ancient civilizations recorded their reverence for dance through painted images in scenes portraying religious ceremonies and entertainment activities.

Washington Blade: Gay News, Politics, LGBT Rights
EXCLUSIVE: New UN LGBTI watchdog talks global progress, backlash

BRUSSELS - The U.N.'s new LGBTI rights watchdog delivered the closing keynote address at ILGA-Europe's annual conference that took place in Brussels from Oct. 24-27. "This movement represents enormous strength, but it is a movement that involves so much pressure and requires self-awareness and the ability to take care of yourself so that you can care and look out for others," said Victor Madrigal-Borloz in his speech that he gave on Oct.

LGBT Rights at the Commission on the Status of Women in New York

The sixty-second session for the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW62) was recently held at the United Nations in New York from March 12 through the 23. Representatives of Member States, UN entities, representatives from Non-Governmental Organizations from all corners of the world attended official meetings and side events.

A Movement that Unites Communities Through Water

With summer approaching and South Florida temperatures once more reaching a boiling point, water consumption will be even more crucial. Water consumption in South Florida is dependent on the Everglades, a wetlands preserve that spans over one million acres throughout the southern part of the state and provides drinking water to over seven million Floridians.

Growing Families Beyond its Walls at ICA Miami

In a time where people continuously express the need to try and come together, they often do not know how to do it. The Institute of Contemporary Art Miami (ICA Miami) in its new Design District space is working on a solution through its commitmen...

Washington Blade: Gay News, Politics, LGBT Rights
LGBTI communities in Eastern Europe face mounting challenges

WARSAW, Poland - ILGA-Europe's annual conference took place in Warsaw, Poland, the first week of November. It's theme of "Change: Communities Mobilizing, Movements Rising" came at a crucial time where LGBTI activists and NGOs in various Eastern European countries are seeking support outside of their communities.

European LGBT Movements Mobilizing and Rising

The LGBTI human rights organization, ILGA-Europe, held their annual conference this year in Warsaw, Poland from Nov. 1 through Nov. 4. With "Change: Communities Mobilizing, Movements Rising" being the theme of this year's conference, a presence of over four hundred European delegates, along with one Canadian and thirty five American delegates, assembled to share unique stories detailing both successes and challenges in European LGBT matters, and to strategize for progress.

Expanding Inclusive Leadership: Maven Leadership Collective

The Maven Leadership Collective, co-founded by Corey Davis who serves as Executive Director and Daniel Anzueto who serves as Board Chair, is a leadership development institute for queer and transgender people of color and allies that focuses on closing the technical skills gap of social impact organizations.

A Celebration of 40 Years of Justice in Miami

The National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) celebrated its 40 th birthday in Miami last Saturday with its "Taste of Justice" event.NCLR is a national legal organization headquartered in San Francisco committed to advancing the civil and human rights of LGBT people and their families through litigation, legislation, policy, and public education.

LGBT Women Activists Who Break Through Glass Ceilings in South Florida

In 2015, a United Nations working group, consisting of three delegates, investigated the status of women's equality in the United States. Their findings revealed that leadership and economic opportunities for women in the U.S. lag behind opportunities for women from many industrialized countries on the global spectrum.

A Tale of Two Eras: Hollywood Votes to Rename Confederate Streets

Under a blazing hot Hollywood, Florida sun, more than 150 peaceful objectors gathered in front of Hollywood City Hall to rally in solidarity to renounce local street signs named after Confederate soldiers on Wednesday. An effort to rename the street names in question, Lee Street, named after Gen. Robert E.

The Miami Herald
Celebrate 375 Years of Enchantment in Montreal

Of all the cities in the Americas, Montreal possesses a uniquely European feel, apparent in both its Old World charm and modern international sophistication. From romantic city strolls and world-class architecture to decadent dishes and a vibrant LGBTQ community, there is plenty for two love birds to do in this city, even on a quick weekend getaway.

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