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Little Town on the Prairie Steps It Up
Albert Lea, Minnesota shows how walking and other healthy habits can rejuvenate a rural community
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On Depraved Heart Murder
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#BlackWorkersMatter
Two weeks ago, New York City joined ten other states and municipalities in banning the use of credit checks in hiring . Like most forms of 21 st century discrimination, weighing the credit histories of job applicants seems innocuous and race-neutral at first glance. But, as a Demos report found,...
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Populism2015: Construction Crew for Democracy
To the blare of sounding brass and booming drums, some 800 activists and community organizers from around the country recently converged on Washington, DC. We are living, breathing proof, they announced, that if we can’t get change from our representatives in the capital, we’ll bring it to them,...
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Playing Tough: Baltimore's So-Called Justice System Takes Revenge On Those Questioning Its So-Called Justice
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Sen. Warren Backs Plan for Working Families To Overthrow Corporate Rule
Elite interests holding all the cards but one, say proponents of grassroots uprising... And that card is 'the People.'
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Baltimore’s Plight Shows Why A Good Jobs Policy Is Way Overdue
The nation is now seeing that there is a broader story to be told about the roots of the violence that broke out in Baltimore this week. In addition to the mistreatment of African Americans by police, there is also the story of extreme economic deprivation – the consignment of entire communities to...
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Putting Families First: Good Jobs for All
On a December morning nearly 60 years ago, Rosa Parks refused to yield her seat to a white man on a public bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Her decision wasn’t made on a whim; and the ensuing arrest, public outcry, boycott and eventual desegregation of the Montgomery bus system were no coincidence. Mrs...
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Framed In Fantasies: The Fall of Saigon and All That Came Before
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Baltimore's Language of the Unheard
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