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By Edward Rincón ncluido   So sitting in a Starbucks and waiting for a meeting with someone is now considered a disturbance that warrants calling the police.  Apparently, a Starbucks store manager in Philadelphia recently decided to call the…

By Rafael Medina and Enrique Fernández-Toledo ncluido Six months after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the federal government’s response has been inexcusably slow, its spending wasteful, and its aid inadequate. On January 31 of this year, the Federal Emergency…

By Sarah Shapiro and Lisette Partelow ncluido In September 2017, President Donald Trump put 20,000 teachers at risk of deportation when he terminated the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program—the Obama-era initiative that grants temporary protection to unauthorized immigrants who were brought into…

By Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D., J.D ncluido Black history month is a time to celebrate Americans whose accomplishments are sometimes overshadowed by the eye-catching negative news stories. It was discomfiting to watch the State of the Union address while…

By Sarah Bryer ncluido   In cities across the country we’ve seen regressive youth justice and education policies that are supported — and even driven by — media narratives that criminalize black and brown youth. These narratives, which are…

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