Tag Archives: civil rights

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Titan on Values and the 2020 Election Risks

A personal perspective from an American Jew at a truly momentous time in U.S. history.

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America’s 50-Year War on Poverty

Which of the United States’ major racial groups has the highest poverty rate?

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African Americans: The State We’re In

Time for action: Black America’s sad balance sheet 50 years after major civil rights reform.

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The State of Black America

Fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, how much progress have black Americans made?

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A Black President?

In too many ways, African Americans aren’t much better off today than 50 years ago.

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How African-Americans and African Immigrants Differ

The rift between African-Americans and recent African immigrants to the United States.

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A Time to Stand Up

Is the U.S. headed for another civil rights movement in response to proposed harsh immigration law reforms?

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Kurds: Fighting for Civil Rights

Kurds have no physical nation, but could they still be unified?

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A New “Credo” for Humankind

How can we better approach the problem of world peace?

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Unearthing Fela's Roots

How has Fela influenced the new wave of African musicians trying to find their beat?

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