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Arizona Immigration Law No Different than Repatriation of the ’30s

While politicians, law enforcement officials and citizens of every background stand divided over a recent Arizona

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Study Confirms Inclusive Schools Work Best for All

A study of Grade 1 and 2 children in rural Alberta confirms that putting kids of

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Empowerment Through Art

Annika and Isabelle look like average teen girls: they’re polite and bubbly, and wear skinny jeans

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Children’s Learning Institute Programs Bridge Early Childhood Literacy Gaps from Texas to Harlem

It was a wake-up call. In 2002, a national newspaper listing of “All-American Cities” ranked Laredo,

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In Predominantly Black Communities, People of all Races Miss Out on Kidney Care

Regardless of race, fewer people see a kidney specialist before starting dialysis if they live in

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15 Entrepreneur Teams Grow Businesses In Summer Venture Program At Babson College

15 teams of Babson College students & recent alumni are spending 10 intensive weeks in Babson’s

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Staying Happy and Motivated in Your Job

If you have a job during this recession, be thankful you do. It could be tough

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Student’s Painting Calls Attention to Inhumane Poachers

For two months, artist Clara Dutton worked on a three-paneled image of a creature she loves

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America’s Racial Temperature Rising, Experts Say Agitators Must Speak Peace

U. S. Rep. John Lewis was headed for the Capitol to vote on President Obama’s health

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Our Jobless Recovery

Our economy generated about 431,000 jobs last month.  Good news?  Only if you don’t count the

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The Power and Force of Black Music Month

Music has been an important piece of my life.  As a political activist I have used

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“The Cost of Incarceration”, Part VII: Black Offenders Still Face More Difficulty When Re-entering

When Robert Ervin came home from prison in 2007 he was dependent upon the community to

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