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viernes, 13 de noviembre de 2015

Minority centers serve Arizona, but need remains strong

Minority centers serve Arizona, but need remains strong
 - The Phoenix Pride LGBT Center used to be one of four in Arizona, connected with centers in Peoria, Flagstaff and Tucson. Now it’s just one out of 162 centers around the U.S.


To increase youth turnout, make voting sexy

To increase youth turnout, make voting sexy
 - But according to national exit polls, the Latino share of the electorate — 8 ... Certainly, midterm voting is not of interest to young people unless it is a ...

Why Reaching Latinos Is A Challenge For Pollsters

Why Reaching Latinos Is A Challenge For Pollsters
  - Two pollsters weigh in on the difficulty of surveying Latinos. .... Even if more people could be persuaded to answer the phone, polling would still be ...

Republican candidates must figure out a way to speak to Latinos

Republican candidates must figure out a way to speak to Latinos
 - One year ahead of the 2016 presidential elections, the Latino community is ... about and supporting the candidates that will do right by us and the people we love. ... These issues are central to our mission and vision at Latino Victory.

Demands for racial fairness at colleges need to be a little more fair

Demands for racial fairness at colleges need to be a little more fair
 - They demanded that the percentage of black instructors at VCU goes from 4.7% to 10% by the next school year, and increase another five percent every year after.

Purging racist image is a long and difficult task

Purging racist image is a long and difficult task
  - a federal grand jury indictment against a student for an alleged threat of force to intimidate African-American students because of their race or color.

Student protests in US blast America's racial injustice

Student protests in US blast America's racial injustice
 - The latest racial protests were triggered by tensions at the US University of Missouri after dozens of its African-American football players recently ...

Why the US Census Bureau might drop the race question in 2020

Why the US Census Bureau might drop the race question in 2020
  - The next question asked respondents to choose from five broad race categories: white, black/African American/Negro, American Indian or Alaska ...