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Key Finding in Kellogg Foundation – Ebony Poll: Parental Involvement Contributes to School Success (Image)
Key Finding in Kellogg Foundation – Ebony Poll: Parental Involvement Contributes to School Success
Black Girls and Women Find Healing Through Growing GirlTrek Movement (Image)
Black Girls and Women Find Healing Through Growing GirlTrek Movement
Black Girls Disproportionately Confined; Struggle for Dignity in Juvenile Court Schools (Image)
Black Girls Disproportionately Confined; Struggle for Dignity in Juvenile Court Schools
Integration Ambassadors: Hartford Area Magnet Schools Provide Integrated Education (Image)
Integration Ambassadors: Hartford Area Magnet Schools Provide Integrated Education
When It Comes to Health, Place Matters (Dr. Smedley Image)
When It Comes to Health, Place Matters (Image)
When It Comes to Health, Place Matters
Tough Standards, Diversity are Key Assets for U.S. Military (Image)
Tough Standards, Diversity are Key Assets for U.S. Military
Tampa Bay Manager Joe Maddon Works to Improve Strained Race Relations in Hazleton (Image)
Tampa Bay Manager Joe Maddon Works to Improve Strained Race Relations in Hazleton (Image)
Tampa Bay Manager Joe Maddon Works to Improve Strained Race Relations in Hazleton
Interrupting The School-To-Prison Pipeline (Image)
Interrupting The School-To-Prison Pipeline
Why the Obama Administration Must Do More To Help Working-class Families on Housing (Image)
Why the Obama Administration Must Do More To Help Working-class Families on Housing
RECLAIMING THE NARRATIVE: A KEY STEP IN ERADICATING STRUCTURAL RACISM IN AMERICA (Image)
RECLAIMING THE NARRATIVE: A KEY STEP IN ERADICATING STRUCTURAL RACISM IN AMERICA
New Voter ID Laws Threaten to Limit Political Clout for Youths and People of Color (Image)
New Voter ID Laws Threaten to Limit Political Clout for Youths and People of Color
America’s Twentieth Century Slavery (Image 2)
America’s Twentieth Century Slavery (Image 1)
America’s Twentieth Century Slavery
Innovative Nebraska Program Brings Diversity To Some Highly Segregated Public Schools (Image)
Innovative Nebraska Program Brings Diversity To Some Highly Segregated Public Schools
Dr. King’s Unfulfilled Dream of School Integration for America’s Children
Dr. King’s Unfulfilled Dream of School Integration for America’s Children (Image)
HUD Voucher Program Fails to Relocate Families From Poor Neighborhoods
HUD Voucher Program Fails to Relocate Families From Poor Neighborhoods (Image)
Literature Can Help Bridge America’s Racial Divide (Image)
Literature Can Help Bridge America’s Racial Divide
Busy Bees Help to Create Permanent Jobs For Prisoners, Ex-Offenders in Chicago
Shell Oil Presses Supreme Court to Deprive Torture Victims of Justice
Law Enforcement Gaps Leave Native Women Vulnerable to Rape and Domestic Violence
Dr. Satcher Warns States to Expand Dental Care Access for Poor and Minority Children
Worrying About My Black Boy’s Future in America
Profiling Blacks, Use of Excessive Force: From Rodney King to Trayvon Martin
Black Male Achievement Fellows Making a Difference in African-American Communities
Foundation Work Helps to Reverse Social Plights, Perception of African-American Men and Boys
Jungleland? New Orleans Community Activist Rejects NY Times Depiction of City’s Lower Ninth Ward
Experts Attack Manhattan Institute Study Claiming End to Segregation in U.S. Cities
Health Disparities Cause Financial Burdens for Families, Communities and Health Care SystemHealth Disparities Cause Financial Burdens for Families, Communities and Health Care System
Blaming the Victims in Their Own Voices: Phi Delta Kappan Does Disservice to Blacks
Foster Care, Uncertain Futures Loom For Thousands of Immigrant Children
Foster Care, Uncertain Futures Loom For Thousands of Immigrant Children (SPANISH TRANSLATION)
Educators Alarmed: Black, Latino High School Students Perform at Levels of 30 Years Ago
Expanding Age Gap Between Whites and Minorities May Increase U.S. Racial Divide
Widespread Bias Continues in America Despite Claims of Post-Racial Society
Lessons of Jacksonville Mayor’s Race Could Aid President Obama
U.S. Department of Education Investigating Record Number of Civil Rights Complaints
Dr. King's Leadership Would Be Welcomed Today
Counting Minorities in Rural Prisons Looms as Census Issue
Documentary on Slave-Trading Family Spurs Racial Healing
California AG With New Ideas on How to Fight Crime
Civil Rights Commission Questioned: Does It Have a Purpose?
Black Males Missing From College Campuses
States Easing Restrictions Against Ex-Convicts
Conservatives Blame the Poor for Being Poor
Tim Wise : White Crusader Against Racism in America
Hospital Closings Jeopardizing Emergency Care in Minority Communities
People of Color Needed for Important Genetic Research
In Q & A, Shirley J. Wilcher Says Affirmative Action Is Still Needed
Young Blacks Unlikely to Rally Behind Democrats
Black Migration from Cities Changes Political Landscape across the US
Latinos Praise Fed Hate Crime Investigations
Hospital Closings Jeopardizing Emergency Care in Minority Communities
Food Stamp Bans Under Review As Many States Seek Prison Savings
Mortgage Lending To Minorities Drops Significantly During Housing Crisis - Side Story
Mortgage Lending To Minorities Drops Significantly During Housing Crisis
Desperate Native Americans Using FEMA Trailers For Shelter
Black Female Attorneys Find Happiness As Corporate Counsels
Federal No Child Left Behind Act Draws Failing Grades from Educators
Black Maternal Deaths

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Why the Obama Administration Must Do More To Help Working-class Families on Housing
Interrupting The School-To-Prison Pipeline
Innovative Nebraska Program Brings Diversity To Some Highly Segregated Public Schools
Dr. King’s Unfulfilled Dream of School Integration for America’s Children
Literature Can Help Bridge Racial Divide
America’s Twentieth Century Slavery
Blaming the Victims in Their Own Voices: Phi Delta Kappan Does Disservice to Blacks
Foster Care, Uncertain Futures Loom For Thousands of Immigrant Children
Busy Bees Help to Create Permanent Jobs For Prisoners, Ex-Offenders in Chicago
Shell Oil Presses Supreme Court to Deprive Torture Victims of Justice
Jungleland? New Orleans Community Activist Rejects NY Times Depiction of Ninth Ward
Profiling Black Males, Use of Excessive Force: From Rodney King to Trayvon Martin
Law Enforcement Gaps Leave Native Women Vulnerable to Rape and Domestic Violence
MLK's Leadership Would Be Welcomed Today
U.S. Department of Education Investigating Record Number of Civil Rights Complaints
Health Disparities Cause Financial Burdens for Families, Communities and Health Care System
Experts Attack Manhattan Institute Study Claiming End to Segregation in U.S. Cities
Expanding Age Gap Between Whites and Minorities May Increase U.S. Racial Divide
Educators Alarmed: Black, Latino High School Students Perform at Levels of 30 Years Ago
Minority Female Attorneys Find Happiness as Corporate Counsels
Widespread Bias Continues in America Despite Claims of Post-Racial Society
Black Migration From Cities Changes Political Landscape
Housing Shortage Forces Native Americans to Use FEMA Trailers
Lessons of Jacksonville Mayor’s Race Could Aid President Obama
Study Shows Mortgage Lending to Minorities Drops Significantly as Fewer People of Color Purchase Homes
Latinos Praise Fed Hate Crime Investigations
Documentary on Slavery Spurs Racial Healing
Hospital Closings Jeopardize Care in Poor, Urban Communities
Food Stamp Bans Under Review; Many States Seek Prison Savings
Educators Give Failing Grades to Federal No Child Left Behind Act
Minority Youth Media Consumption May Be Hampering Academic Achievement
Researchers Puzzled by Rising Death Rates for African-American Women in Childbirth
People of Color Needed for Important Genetic Research
Civil Rights Commission Questioned: Does It Have a Purpose?
Loans to Minorities Did Not Cause Housing Foreclosures
Counting Minorities in Rural Prisons Looms as Census Issue
California AG With New Ideas on How to Fight Crime
Young Blacks Unlikely to Rally Behind Democrats
States Easing Restrictions Against Ex-Convicts
Residential Segregation Contributes to Health Disparities for People of Color
Conservatives Blame the Poor for Being Poor
Tim Wise : White Crusader Against Racism in America
In Q & A, Shirley J. Wilcher Says Affirmative Action Is Still Needed
Black Males Missing From College Campuses

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