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September 24, 2020

It’s a distant memory that the United States used to be a world leader in publicly condemning authoritarian leaders and sanctioning those same countries. Yet, Trump and his administration are increasingly trying to dismantle US democracy to let Trump…

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August 19, 2020

A new bipartisan Senate report reveals how Trump and his close allies actually did what the Mueller Report found – and lied under oath to protect themselves from being discovered for having contact with the Russians during the 2016…

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August 5, 2020

While Trump touts he’s going to make the suburbs safer for (implied) ‘white’ voters, Biden just released his plan to empower Latinos; Several studies with a Latino-centric focus are highlighting: the coronavirus impact on Latino communities, impact of economic…

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July 20, 2020

More economists are alerting the nation to all the inequities this particular recession is laying bare. From unequal opportunities in wealth-building to inequality in healthcare access, the notion that we are an equal opportunity nation is increasingly exposed as…

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July 13, 2020

Starting the week with good news — the national teen birthrate is on the decline! The bad news — just not for Latina and Black teens; Did the Supreme Court just give Native Americans back half of Oklahoma? It’s…

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July 9, 2020

Time and time again, throughout this pandemic, we’ve heard how people of color have been disproportionately hit by COVID-19. Now, more evidence surfaces that our health isn’t the only thing coronavirus is ravaging; Experts say to brace ourselves for…

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June 29, 2020

#FindVanessaGuillen. As the nation hurdles towards the November 2020 presidential election, Trump’s presidency is unraveling with each new report emerging underscoring his incompetence, corruption, nepotism and, of course, his racism and narcissism. So, he is fighting back the only…

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June 16, 2020

For some, racism is a tangible reality. For others, it’s a nebulous concept. It depends on your personal experience, circle of friends, attitude towards diversity and inclusion, among other factors, that dictate whether or not you believe racism is…

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June 11, 2020

Grim news overnight highlights how risky it is to think we are passed the worst of the novel coronavirus. Across the country, people are not only reveling in being out and shopping at stores, socializing with friends or protesting…

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June 9, 2020

Perhaps one of the most blatant examples of how racism has a historically systemic hold in this country is the KKK, and why it’s never been declared a domestic terrorist group; Global leaders are about to commit something never…

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June 5, 2020

As infuriatingly sad as it is that it took the public murder of George Floyd to wake the world that systemic racism is so entwined in our country’s culture: police culture, institutional educational culture, neighborhood zoning culture, corporate America…

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June 3, 2020

As the criminal element hiding among protesters is being weeded out and more police forces are changing their approach towards peaceful protesters, awareness, dialogue and action are in the baby steps towards meaningful change in this country. Yet, Trump,…

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December 23, 2019

When this should be the week that brings out the best in people, one woman in Iowa epitomizes the worst of what is happening in our country under Trump; Think the gender pay gap is on equal footing? Not…

By Ken Branson Futurity Confronting people who make racist statements may make them to reflect on their behavior and try to avoid repeating such statements, new research suggests. “We found that participants who were confronted felt bad about their…

By Max Pensky and Nadia Rubaii The Conversation   There are those who say that comparing President Donald Trump’s rhetoric to that of Adolf Hitler is alarmist, unfair and counterproductive. And yet, there has been no dearth of such…

By Brendan Lynch Futurity A new study finds a correlation between defending racist language and expression as “free speech” and racially prejudicial attitudes and beliefs. “The correlation between using the free speech defense and people’s own racial prejudice is pretty…

By Kelly Lytle Hernandez The Conversation It was not always a crime to enter the United States without authorization. In fact, for most of American history, immigrants could enter the United States without official permission and not fear criminal…