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U.S. & WORLD NEWS

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Remembering the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers’ Strike

Julianne Malveaux on the Memphis strike and how the dignity of today's workers continues to be assailed ...

Letter to the Editor: KNA Objects to Dr. Martens Billboards

A letter from the King Neighborhood Association ...

Black Students Hit Hard by For-Profit College Debt

Women and Blacks suffer disparate impacts, particularly at for-profit institutions, where they are disproportionately enrolled in most...

A New Year, a New Vision

North Portland Library will dedicate a display panel in the upstairs meeting room to visual artifacts contributed by the community ...

AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE NEWS

ENTERTAINMENT

Hugo Ballin and wife Uviridiana Soto sit near the border fence between New Mexico and Mexico, Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, in Juarez. The couple went to go see Ballin's uncle, who he hasn't seen in 8 years. Hundreds of immigrant families and border residents from Southern New Mexico, Juarez and El Paso met at a border fence in the outskirts of town during a Border Network for Human Rights event. (AP Photo/Ivan Pierre Aguirre)
Jailyn Anderson, Howard University News Service

With the 2016 presidential election season underway, many voters have countlessly heard the immigration reform arguments from candidates in both parties. But who will these reforms affect the most?

 

 

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