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By Parvati Nair The Conversation A dozen years before the influx of refugees and migrants to Europe’s shores would force policymakers to take heed, Michael Winterbottom’s 2002 docudrama In this World brought the inside story of international migration to…

By Alex Shashkevich Futurity Police officers consistently use less respectful language with black community members than with white community members, the first systematic analysis of body camera footage shows. Although subtle, widespread racial disparities in officers’ language use may…

By Martina Guglielmone Council on Hemispheric Affairs   President Trump’s recent announcement of his decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord has brought attention to the fact that only two other nations – out of 197 in the…

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange From disproportionality to unfair gender bias to consent decrees to workforce development, legal professionals and youth workers reflect on what needs to be improved within juvenile justice at the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative 2017 convening….

By Marilyn Garateix Latino Ed Beat So how do Latino parents judge the quality of their child’s school? The good old-fashioned way: by reviewing their child’s report card. A recent poll conducted by the Leadership Conference Fund, a nonprofit…

By Earl Anthony Wayne & Sergio M. Alcocer The Conversation Last week, officials from the U.S. and Mexico revitalized their commitment to fight cross-border smuggling of drugs, arms and money. U.S. officials recognized America’s demand for drugs as “the…

By La Monica Everett-Haynes Futurity Music can produce a humanizing effect for members of groups experiencing social and political opposition, research suggests. “I have played music most of my life and realized that there were these connections between how…

By Ani Kokobobo The Conversation By and large, critics have taken Ivanka Trump at her word about her new book, “Women Who Work.” She claims she wrote it before her father’s election, “from the perspective of an executive and an…