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viernes, 7 de noviembre de 2014

Capital Data: Black and Latino marijuana arrests remain high under de Blasio

Capital Data: Black and Latino marijuana arrests remain high under de Blasio
 - More than 80 percent of the people arrested during the first eight months of Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration were people of color, according to the ...


California plans to issue 1.4 million driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants under new law

California plans to issue 1.4 million driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants under new law
 - We strongly believe that by having more people with a driver's license and having gone through the whole process, the roads will be somehow safer ...

Army Officially Stops Referring to Black Soldiers as 'Negroes'

Army Officially Stops Referring to Black Soldiers as 'Negroes'
 - Sadly, if you're a racist who wants a sanctioned reason to refer to African-Americans as “negroes,” that policy was just reversed. A section of AR ...

Racial gap growing in breast cancer deaths

Racial gap growing in breast cancer deaths
 - For example, two-thirds of African-American women and three-quarters of Latina women get less-than optimal care for breast cancer compared with ...

The Way Forward in Ferguson

The Way Forward in Ferguson
 - White wealth and privilege in St. Louis rests on generations of racial ... African-Americans in St. Louis are 2.5 times more likely to be unemployed, ...

Newly published Army regulation says racially loaded word totally ok to use?

Newly published Army regulation says racially loaded word totally ok to use?
 - A newly published U.S. Army regulation says a service member can be referred to as a “Negro” when describing “black or ...

The failures of Latin America's left

The failures of Latin America's left
 - Over the last weeks, Latin America's left consolidated its presence. Brazil re-elected President Dilma Rousseff to a second term in office; Bolivia re-elected President Evo Morales to a third. In Ecuador, the Supreme Court authorised Congress to move ahead with an amendment for the indefinite re-election of President Rafael Correa. The entrenchment of socially committed candidates on the left, though significant, is a bittersweet victory.

With HIV Infections Rising Among Gay Men, This Funder Aims To Sound the Alarm

With HIV Infections Rising Among Gay Men, This Funder Aims To Sound the Alarm
 - Here in the U.S., AIDS can feel like yesterday's news, and many funders ... And when you look at HIV/AIDS infections among African-American gay ...