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Why Life-Saving Drugs Haven’t Ended AIDS in America
Meet the team that’s taking on HIV in Miami’s hardest-hit neighborhoods.
By Sophie Quinton
The Simple Power of a $12-an-Hour Job
A mock interview, a pair of glasses and a Michigan workforce program help a 25-year-old secure his first-ever job. Finally, he says, “I wasn’t a burden on anyone. I felt useful, and I had a purpose for the first time in my life.”
By Travis Butler
Titans Fund Hopes of 2,000 DREAMers
Wealthy business execs launch a $25 million scholarship fund to help undocumented immigrants attend U.S. colleges.
By Emily DeRuy, Fusion
The Dismal Numbers Behind Disconnected Youth
Across America, one in seven young people — or 5.8 million individuals ages 16 to 24 — are neither employed nor in school, and the highest rate is among people of color.
By Kristen Lewis and Sarah Burd-Sharps
More in U.S. Warm to the New Melting Pot
While most people accept immigrants for their willingness to take jobs Americans snub, the question of immigrants’ cultural impact still shows a divide across racial, educational, generational, and partisan lines.
By Ronald Brownstein
The Odds vs. Realities of the American Dream
Hispanics are the most ardent believers despite the many challenges they face in overcoming gaps in income and education, a poll shows.
By Jody Brannon
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