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Show Your Love: On New Orleans, Justice and Connecting Dots

July 25, 2017

Census 2020: The U.S. Needs to Get It Right

July 18, 2017

The Latest News in Trump’s America

July 13, 2017

Why We Need to Help Kids: Trauma Affects the Brain, Studies Say

July 12, 2017

Freeman Hrabowski Reflects on Race, Peace and Trust in Baltimore

June 19, 2017

Peace Is Coming: Art Unites Baltimore Youth and Police

The Call for Proper Health Care in Calif. Takes Shape in a Lawsuit

The Call for Proper Health Care in Calif. Takes Shape in a Lawsuit

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California is harming medical care for more than 13 million lower-income residents, more than half of them Latinos, by failing to pay doctors enough to provide proper care, according to a lawsuit filed on July 12.  The lawsuit alleges the state…

An Act of Courage: The Fight to Vote in Gould

An Act of Courage: The Fight to Vote in Gould

GOULD, Ark. — The last time there was a presidential election in this cotton-farming town of 818 souls, William El-Amin, the former local police chief, noticed something unusual. El-Amin, now 38, grew up in Little Rock. He had worked there as a probation and parole…

In Texas, Resistance to SB 4 and ‘People Hunting’ Is Crucial

In Texas, Resistance to SB 4 and ‘People Hunting’ Is Crucial

In the middle of May, just before the end of the school year, a mother drove to a local grammar school in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, an area that sits along the U.S.-Mexico border, to pick up her three children. As she was…

Homeland Security Chief Casts Doubt on DACA Program

Homeland Security Chief Casts Doubt on DACA Program

WASHINGTON (AP) — Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told Hispanic lawmakers on Wednesday that a program that protects young immigrants from deportation is likely illegal, though he is personally supportive, according to House members.  Kelly attended a closed-door meeting with members of the Congressional Hispanic…