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Part 7: A Freed Felon’s Hard and Perilous Path

Once released, felons become part of a criminal caste system, and most don’t make it on the outside. State prisons have a five-year recidivism rate of 76.6 percent, which keeps the prison-industrial complex full and profitable.

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Part 5: Back to School and a Sense of Renewal

After earning an associate degree in prison, the author, 58, hopes to complete his Bachelor of Arts study through a program at Rutgers University.

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The Supreme Court on Affirmative Action: 5 Possible Outcomes

If onetime University of Texas aspirant Abigail Fisher prevails on all of her claims, the last tepid vestiges of race-conscious affirmative action will end at public colleges and universities throughout the land.

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‘He Was Not a Benevolent Dictator, He Was a Dictator’

Dead at age 90, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia (at right) was praised by President Obama “as a force for stability and security in the Middle East and beyond.” But analysts accuse him of turning the Syrian uprising into a proxy war with Iran, and U.S. diplomatic cables identified the country as the world’s largest funder of militant Islamist groups.

Posted on Jan 23, 2015 WATCH & LISTEN



Students, Faculty Deter Condoleezza Rice from Commencement Speech

The former national security adviser and secretary of state backed out of delivering a graduation address at Rutgers University after protests by faculty and students over her role in the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and the destabilization of the Middle East in the Iraq War.

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The Growing Student Debt Bubble

In the aftermath of the stock market failure of 2008, another type of economic bubble is swelling: student debt. And it’s no surprise, since Congress has done nothing to change the lending practices that brought the U.S. to the brink three years ago. (more)

Posted on Sep 25, 2011 READ MORE


Introducing the 9/11 TV News Archive

As part of an enormous effort to make television programming available for scholarly and journalistic use, the digital librarians at Internet Archive have compiled more than 3,000 hours’ worth of international TV news across 20 channels from the week immediately after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. (more)

Posted on Sep 11, 2011 WATCH & LISTEN



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Bad News for the Jersey Shore

New Jersey’s leaders have some heavy lifting to do, quickly. Scientists who have reviewed the most detailed study yet produced on the subject of sea level changes over the last 2,000 years are predicting a three-foot rise for the state’s coastline by the end of the century. (more)

Posted on Jun 23, 2011 READ MORE


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