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Racial slurs have no place in football

By Judith LeBlanc

The leaves are changing. The scent of pumpkin spice

Immigrants expecting urgent action

By Lauren McCauley

In a 2-to-1 decision, a federal appeals court on

Being ‘let out’ may not equal freedom

By Sarah Lazare

As the Department of Justice began transferring more than 6,000 people

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FBI’s disregard for children in NM drug raid

By Micah McCoy   Recently, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New México condemned the FBI’s use of military grade stun grenades against three sleeping children during a 2013 pre-dawn drug raid in Anthony, NM. The lawsuit filed...
Posted On 20 Nov 2015

Protesting systemic racism that’s never ...

By Luna Olavarría Gallegos   The recent student protests may be organized on social media, but they’re not addressing anything new. The iconic moment of black campus protests was captured way back in 1969, when students from Cornell University’s...
Posted On 20 Nov 2015

Citizens in Puerto Rico must not be forgotten

By Janet Murguía   “We feel like we are a forgotten people in a forgotten land.” Those were the poignant and sadly accurate words of a small business owner to a New York Times reporter back in July about the dire …
Posted On 20 Nov 2015

Call for global separation of Church and State

Recently, the Secular Policy Institute (SPI), a think-tank and advocacy organization, readied another in a slew of recent Advocacy Campaigns in support of the freedom of speech and thought throughout the world. The current region in jeopardy? The National Congress...
Posted On 26 Sep 2015