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December 8, 2021

The Supreme Court hears another nation-altering case if passed: Will states have to pay the tuition for families who send their children to religious schools?; Analysis finds the vast majority of school boards lack Latino voices but there are ways to remedy it; New study reveals almost every major American city is guilty of this practice against Latinos; How is styrofoam contributing to antibiotic resistance?; and Mexico City officials are set to vote on changing a cultural staple. Go beyond the headlines…

Supreme Court to decide whether states can refuse to pay for religious education

The Vast Majority of School Boards Lack Latino Voices. What Can Be Done About It?

Black and Hispanic renters experience discrimination in almost every major American city

Women politicians are under siege

Inflation Causing Hardship for 45% of U.S. Households

Why multicultural toys represent more than playtime

Styrofoam trash adds to antibiotic resistance crisis

New app catalogs marine debris, wildlife interactions

Mexico City government to vote on bill prohibiting bullfights

Chile legalizes same-sex marriage

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