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‘Trail for Humanity’ links immigration, environment, prisons

From the September-October 2014 issue of News & Letters: Spurred by racist responses to busloads of immigrant children from Central America, a 300-mile march from Merced, Calif., to the Mexican border was organized. Read more: ‘Trail for Humanity’ links immigration, environment, prisons

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Fake Burmese reforms

From the January-February 2013 issue of News & Letters: Fake Burmese reforms When highly lauded Burmese human rights activist Aung San Suu Kyi doubted whether the Rohingya Muslims really belong in Burma, the incipient racism and ethnic chauvinism echoed personally. … Continue reading

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Hungary’s red sludge tsunami

From the Nov.-Dec. 2010 issue of News & Letters: Hungary’s red sludge Red sludge flooded several villages in Hungary on Oct. 4, killing nine people, sending 80-90 to the hospital, destroying animals, houses and cars, and making farmland unusable. It … Continue reading

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