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Double Burden on Black Farmers in America

Double Burden on Black Farmers in America

by Sylvia Mendoza Farming in the United States is a tough profession for anyone. You’re always at the mercy of Mother Nature for whether you have a good harvest or your crop is destroyed. The life is made even more difficult for Black farmers who have faced...
Addressing Race-Based Hair Discrimination

Addressing Race-Based Hair Discrimination

by Suzi Morales Chances are that your school has a dress code or other rules to make sure class isn’t disrupted by what students are wearing or by their appearance. By law, such appearance standards in schools or the workplace must be neutral and not single out a...
A Hate Lasting Two Thousand Years and Counting

A Hate Lasting Two Thousand Years and Counting

by Robin Roenker Anti-Semitism is often called the “world’s oldest hatred.” The threat of anti-Semitic attacks against Jewish communities still looms large today. The American Jewish Committee, a Jewish advocacy organization founded in 1906, released a survey in...