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Support Yourself and a Kid on $7,600 a Year?
That’s the financial reality for 20 million Americans who live in deep poverty, an Urban Institute report indicates.
By Stephanie Czekalinsk
What Is The States of Change Project?
By Ronald Brownstein
Is Racial Violence Part of Mississippi’s Past or Present?
It depends whom you ask. Ten young locals have pleaded guilty to federal hate-crime charges in Jackson, but white leaders don’t want to talk about it.
By Alexia FernÃ¡ndez Campbell
‘Brown and Gray’ Dynamics
New Census data reveal divergent age profiles for a youthful population of color and an aging white population.
A Look at NYC’s Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus
“The success of a city in transition depends on how well informed people are,” says the 28-year-old executive director working to engage citizens in a minority-majority metropolis.
By Alex Rias
Sergio Garcia: USA’s First Undocumented Laywer
California’s Supreme Court rules that a Mexican-born,, U.S-raised man who passed the bar in 2009 can practice law. But obstacles remain — like not being able to accept payment from clients.
By Jordan Fabian, Fusion
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