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Everything You Need to Know About Indigenous Peoples Day

Los Angeles just became the latest city to adopt Indigenous Peoples Day in favor of Columbus Day. The holiday has been gaining support across the country as Seattle, Minneapolis and Berkeley, Calif. have already made the alternative to Columbus Day official. Here’s everything you need to know about Indigenous Peoples Day, how it’s different from…

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Lest We Stay Divided

Divisions among Americans by race, class, and gender and other social dimensions have been used historically to protect and promote power and privilege in society. There have been moments, however, when people have come together in pursuit of a better social order. Set in motion by the Civil Rights Move- ment of the 1960s, over…

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Where is Donald Trump on Immigration these days?

By Ingrid Cruz Donald J. Trump campaigned on a tough immigration stance and wall on the US-Mexico border. On February 13, 2017 a bill called the RAISE (Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment) Act. Its authors were Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton and Georgia Senator David Perdue and some requirements for future immigrants under the bill…

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