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By Joan Biskupic In recent months, Harvard University has come under attack in court for allegedly limiting the number of Asian-American students it admits. A Reuters examination reveals how the lawsuit brought in their name arose from a broader goal: … Continue reading
By David Sirota Since when did the New York Times get into the business of publishing old-school bigoted rants deriding whole populations and cultures as cognitively incapacitated? This is a pressing question considering David Brooks’ stunning column today on the … Continue reading
By Michael Cooper State officials across the South are aggressively moving ahead with new laws requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls after the Supreme Court decision striking down a portion of the Voting Rights Act. The Republicans … Continue reading
Interesting list of companies. Diverse companies tend to have a more creative and adaptive workforce. That can translate into financial and business success. Black Enterprise | Best Companies for Diversity.
I am sure that if this study included the rest of the lower 48 states we all would be shocked and saddened even more than the results California provided alone. It is a fact that the economic crisis has hit … Continue reading
In light of the recent events in Seattle, WA this article is very interesting. I thought Seattle was a relatively “harmonic” city. History of Police-Minority Relations in Seattle.
On June 1 there was a post titled,”Supreme Court: If you want the right to remain silent, say so” with the decision that we now have to formally invoke our Miranda rights while in police custody I think this is … Continue reading
Comfort, understanding, compassion and competence is essentially what we desire in a physician. Many women prefer a female physician simply because they have an understanding of the female body no man can ever have. Throughout American history immigrants have sought … Continue reading
As the US Census continues more details will come to light. This is not surprising, however it should be a wake-up call to legislators and potential politicians that inclusiveness, diversity, and non-partisanship should be the future of politics in America. Minorities drive … Continue reading