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A New and Ugly form of Racial Bias

A New and Ugly form of Racial Bias

Take a moment and imagine that you are on a train — let’s say a train serving wine as you traverse through picturesque...

Black Voice News

Nueva York es la primera ciudad de EE.UU. que financia abogados para inmigrantes

NTN24 – July 21, 2013 - Una investigación determinó que las personas que se encuentran bajo detención por orden de un...

[created] | Published by: Carolina Journal

Amendment critics need to move beyond partisan spin

Amendment critics need to move beyond partisan spin

The N.C. Republican Party has endorsed all six amendments. The Democratic Party opposes all six. Cawley delivered his...

JPMorgan Chase Is Funding and Profiting From Private Immigration Prisons

One of America's largest banks, JPMorgan Chase, is quietly financing the immigration detention centers that have...

Alternet | Civic Engagement

Fed more upbeat on economy, unclear on timing of rate hike

The Federal Reserve offered a slightly more upbeat assessment of the economy but provided little insight into when it...

[created] | Published by: Gotham Gazette

How Obama Can Help New York Immigrants Before Leaving Office

How Obama Can Help New York Immigrants Before Leaving Office

Barack Obama may have given his farewell address, but he still has work to do. In his speech, the president rightly...

Report Shows Unemployment Rate in Twin Cities 4x Higher for Blacks than Whites

InsightNews - March 18, 2015 - At a press conference and rally last week, NOC released a report as part of a national...

Southern Cities Are Passing Paid Sick Leave—But Republicans Won’t Let Them Have It

Texas advocates for paid sick leave haven’t given up hope, however. They plan to wield the sheer amount of popular...

How Hurricane Maria Could Change Puerto Rico’s Political Future

In the windowless backroom kitchen of the Loisaida community and arts center in Lower Manhattan, Aris Mejías cradles a...

New Republic | Civic Engagement
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Low-wage workers pick their next battleground

Low-wage workers pick their next battleground

Just four years ago, fast food workers in New York City walked off the job, launching the first strike to ever hit the...

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Nearly 70% of immigrants in detention are unrepresented in immigration courts—even during a time where access to publicly funded …

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Black, Latinx, & other workers of color remain on the frontlines in this pandemic. Millions have also been laid off… https://t.co/9sBMzhoRUD

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