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Tag: Minority


Washington, D.C., Trash Is Not Minorities’ Treasure

While garbage from newly gentrified neighborhoods in the nation’s capital gets removed, disenfranchised communities suffer the consequences of hazardous waste management.

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Two Years Behind Bars or 20? One Day, a Computer Formula May Have a Say

Influenced by algorithms, judges who are racially biased might actually hand out milder sentences to minority defendants. But some experts worry that, in the big picture, an imperfect science may work against the accused.

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Minority Outreach









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How Democrats Failed Black and Brown Communities … Again

Republicans are celebrating. In less than two months they will hold a majority in the U.S. Senate and in the House of Representatives.

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Obesity Mainly Affects Poor People in Rich Countries, Especially Minority Women

It’s not about not having money, it’s about being penniless while others get richer.

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Minority Outreach









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American Minorities Have Been Here Before

Blacks and Latinos suffered disproportionate losses of wealth and social standing, compared to whites, during the George W. Bush economy. But of course, that’s merely a prelude to what unfolded next, and what’s to come. (more)

Posted on Jul 31, 2011 READ MORE



AP / Jeff Chiu

Three Strikes and Civil Rights

The racism within the police-court-prison system is one of America’s most neglected evils, as is the impact it has on the poor African-American and Latino communities that are home for so many released convicts.

Posted on May 9, 2011 READ MORE


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Sarah Palin Reveals Shocking Racial Discrimination Against Husband

When confronted with a tough question by an African-American fellow wondering why he’s the only minority member at a McCain-Palin rally in Jeffersonville, Ind., Sarah Palin reaches out with a personal revelation of her own. Here’s a teaser: “We live it.”

Posted on Nov 3, 2008 WATCH & LISTEN


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Fact-Checking the ACORN Flap

Not a moment too soon, here’s FactCheck.org’s assessment of the recent hullabaloo over ACORN, the beleaguered community organization that has been yanked into the epicenter of the election battle since Team McCain seized upon it as a Campaign Talking Point™.

Posted on Oct 18, 2008 READ MORE


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Democrats’ Senate Majority Endangered

Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) appears to have suffered a stroke and remains under evaluation at George Washington University Hospital.  Should Johnson have to resign because of illness, the governor of South Dakota, a Republican, could appoint a replacement from his own party, taking away the Democrats’ majority in the Senate and giving Vice President Dick Cheney the tie-breaking vote.

Posted on Dec 13, 2006 READ MORE


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Colbert on Ralph Reed’s Golden Rule: ‘Screw Unto Others’

The “Colbert Report” host rips Ralph Reed, who recently lost the Georgia Lt. Gov. race. When a wave of mock sympathy ran through the audience over Reed’s demise, Colbert said, “Send [Reed] your strength. He’s like Tinkerbell.”

Posted on Jul 25, 2006 WATCH & LISTEN


Census: Hispanic Baby Boom Driving Population

Hispanics account for 49 percent of the country’s growth from 2004 to 2005, and 70 percent of the growth in children younger than 5, according to a new census report.

Posted on May 10, 2006 READ MORE


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