October 22, 2020

Whether we’re living it or reading about it, the reality of the inequities in our society, highlighted by the pandemic, are getting worse and Latino farmworkers are among the frontline workers who know firsthand how deadly racism can be; Also, a person’s career path is found to depend on the color of their skin; But there is hope, according to social scientists; Part of that hope lies with the next generation; and Archeologists discover what ancient Incans buried provide greater understanding of their rituals. Go beyond the headlines…

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