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As the cost of housing soars the homeless population jumps 12 percent, the number of people renting grows and homeownership falls

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Under the new ban on countries, four out of five people who will be excluded are Africans

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Find out where you can volunteer and make a difference to the community

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Ray Curry, Secretary-Treasurer, UAW 

Ronald Reagan, who turned his back on organized labor and started America’s middle-class into a tailspin, has recently been voted by this administration’s NLRB into the Labor Hall of Fame

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Only 4% of people report following through on all of the resolutions they personally set

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Norma Adams-Wade 

I wrote my first column in 1988 for a local newspaper about a beloved Dallas guidance counselor and teacher that most students called “Mama”

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ody D. Armour, Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law, University of Southern California 

In one of the most stunning shifts in American politics in recent memory, a wave of elected prosecutors have bucked a decadeslong tough-on-crime approach adopted by both major parties

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Under the new law about 4000 Liberians who have lived legally in the United States for decades have had the threat of deportation lifted

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The academy's new policy says “racism is a social determinant of health” with a profound impact on the health status of children, adolescents, emerging adults and their families

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Julianne Malveaux 

In embracing and expanding the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Revs. Barber and Theoharis have asked Presidential candidates to consider a debate that focuses exclusively on poverty

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