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Ruthie Guidry, MomsRising 

 When Da’Reil passed away, I wished more than anything that I’d been able to spend more time with him during his final months. That’s time I’ll never get back.

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It didn’t have to be this way for net neutrality, and it doesn’t need to stay this way either

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We have heard stories of horror, murder, refugees, and systematic repression — now we hear of revolution

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Stacy M. Brown 

After the Springfield race riots of 1908, “People got together around the country, especially throughout Illinois, and said again enough is enough."

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Many facets of the justice system have taken heavy financial and social tolls on individuals struggling with addiction and mental illness

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Melissa Martin, Ph.D., is an author, columnist, and educator 

Random Acts of Kindness Day is February 17, 2019. There are scientifically proven benefits to being kind.

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Egyptian gardens were considered sacred and designs were based on religious beliefs

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Dr. Elizabeth V. Primas, Program Director for the NNPA ESSA Awareness Campaign 

Research shows that just one year with a bad teacher can put a child three years behind.

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Black millennials face an uphill climb 

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Ideology – not science or economics – is driving the push to destroy the Snake River dams

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