by Terry Keleher on May 15 2007, 2:26PM
A new report just released in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health finds a link between the perception of unfairness in medical treatment and fatal coronary heart disease. People who experienced injustice and felt unfairly treated were 55 percent…
by Andre Banks on March 23 2007, 12:00PM
The mystery novelist and social commentator urged hundreds of advocates address racial and economic inequality.
by Kai Wright on March 1 2007, 12:00PM
For three decades, conservative thinkers have worked mightily to discredit race-based considerations in public policy and cement the belief that America today is, as it should be, a colorblind society.
by Andre Banks on August 23 2006, 10:03AM
As if the decision to have an abortion isn’t hard enough, women who choose to have the procedure must face public scrutiny, emotional distress, and harassment by anti-abortion protesters in front of clinics. Now they face a more frightening reality: …
by Melia Franklin on June 10 1998, 12:00PM
Nuclear Dumping Stand Off at Ward ValleyA remote desert valley near the Colorado River became ground zero for a struggle between the Federal government and the Colorado River Native Nation Alliance over nuclear dumping. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) officials…