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December 12, 2013 Brooklyn, NY, USA: (Robert Stolarik for The New York Times)

By Rebecca White Juvenile Justice Information Exchange NEW YORK — After apologizing for how hot it was — his office had no air conditioning — then nodding at a floor fan whizzing loudly, Kellen Felmine sat down at his…

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By Robin Smith Futurity Voters seem to prefer candidates with deeper voices, and researchers suspect our “caveman instincts” could explain why. “Modern-day political leadership is more about competing ideologies than brute force,” says Casey Klofstad, associate professor of political…

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By Jamesha Gibson Preservation Nation Preservationists know how difficult it is not only to protect, but also interpret cultural landscapes that are in highly vulnerable or frequently transitioning circumstances. Asma Jaber and her fiancé Sami Jitan saw the extent…

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By Corina Martinez Chaudhry TheLatinoAuthor.com Negras: Stories of Puerto Rican Slave Women by Yolanda Arroyo Puzarro; Publisher: Independently Published The slave trade is nothing short of a holocaust. Many people’s lives were stolen, uprooted, and destroyed for the greed…

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LatinasRepresent Watch footage from a recent event in Miami and hear from Latinas across the political spectrum on why your voice matters. Share your #LatinasRepresent story with us on Twitter and Facebook

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by Emily Starbuck Crone NerdWallet As college costs rise, more students are taking out loans to help pay for school. Of those who graduated from college in 2013, 69% had student loans, with an average debt amount of $28,400…

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By Kristal Bivona, Sandra Ruiz, and Daniel Ward Language Magazine Kristal Bivona, Sandra Ruiz, and Daniel Ward discuss the movements and histories that made Spanish such an important language for activism El pueblo unido jamás será vencido… U.S.-based activists,…

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