April 2, 2021

On a day as Good Friday, which commands global recognition, it’s ironic that an issue that shares this day hardly registers with most of us — World Autism Acceptance Day. Advocates say they want more than just awareness that autistic people are a part of the fabric of human life. Unfortunately, many marginalized people suffer the same. That’s why the Justice Dept. has now taken up the cause to help Native Americans with an issue that’s long overdue of recognition; There’s fresh data on how Trump campaign made such deep inroads with Latino voters, and it’s not pretty; STEM is the future of good-paying jobs in the future. A new Pew study uncovers a disturbing trend when it comes to Latinos and STEM; Use TikTok? Native Americans are sharing stories via the app; and Guess which country has been crowned the title “most efficient government”? Hint: It’s not the U.S. Go beyond the headlines…

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