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June 14, 2014 was the one-year anniversary of the civil protests against the government in Sofia, Bulgaria, the poorest member…More

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Over the last couple of weeks, multiple US media venues have reported on the presence of thousands of children traveling…More

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A massive natural disaster hit Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in May 2014.  Disastrous floods followed several days of torrential rains. …More

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No doubt, it is people who make culture… Acknowledging this simple fact, a social movement called Cultura Viva Comunitaria was…More

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Housing Rights in New York City

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Dána-Ain Davis


Revisiting Strategies from the 1960s for Creating Change Today One focus of the Civil Rights movement was accessible housing and…More

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From Denial to Creation

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Mica Pollock


Meeting the Opportunity Goals of Title VI Today It’s been 50 years since Title VI of the Civil Rights Act…More

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Language and Social Justice Committee Activities, 2013-14

The 2013-14 activities undertaken by the joint CfHR (Committee for Human Rights) and SLA Committee on Language and Social Justice…More

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Poor Data, Rich Data, Big Data, Chief

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Samuel Gerald Collins


Over the past 2 years, Big Data has worked its way into public consciousness, courtesy of widespread news exposure and…More

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Fifty years after the enactment of the Civil Rights Act, the Civil Rights offices of the US Department of Education…More

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Exemplary Father of the Year Award 2013. Photo courtesy Alayne Unterberger

When You Don’t Know Your Rights

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Alayne Unterberger


How Civil Rights Education Leads to Literacy Despite the fact that most people equate Florida with tourism a la Disney…More

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