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A generation ago, public institutions relied on tuition for just a portion of their funding, turning to public investments for the...

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Today is National Voter Registration Day. To commemorate this important day, all eligible voters should take the time to register to vote or to check that their current voter registration status is...
September 25, 2018 | Pamela Cataldo
Climate catastrophe unfolds onto layers of historic disenfranchisement, displacement, and social exclusion that leaves poor people and communities of color bearing the brunt of disasters. Today...
September 20, 2018 | Adrien Salazar
"Gentlemen, the Pullman Company is ready to sign." With that concession from the company president on August 25, 1937, the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters became the first black labor union to...
August 24, 2018 | Amy Traub
People of color suffer direct and damaging impacts from laws, policies, and practices that exclude them from full and equal participation in the labor market and the workplace. So far in this blog...
August 10, 2018 | Amy Traub

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All of us—people of all races and in communities of every description across America—work hard to sustain our families, pay the bills, and gain some financial security. When employers cut hours and...
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Julia Gunn
Appellants Ohio A. Philip Randolph Institute (“APRI”), Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (“NEOCH”), and Larry Harmon move for an injunction pending appeal pursuant to Federal Rule of...
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