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Black and Hispanic Americans are disproportionately affected by the current shortage of and prohibitive costs of child care services during the COVID-19 crisis.
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While Lincoln was preparing for an orderly transition of power, 156 years later, Trump is trying to obstruct mail-in voting and has indicated that he may not support the results of the election if he loses.
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When news breaks, I am grateful to work with such smart colleagues! Around-the-halls: Experts analyze the of - ties
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Ensuring prosperity in America’s legacy or older industrial cities will not only yield economic benefits for the nation but also advance social progress, argues.
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White supremacist violence now the dominant form of terrorism in America. outlines steps the next administration can take to combat it.
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From Brazil to Canada, the rights and well-being of indigenous people are under threat from extractive projects.
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On , examines the significance of Kamala Harris as the first woman of color VP candidate, her personal appeal and policy credentials, and momentum for progress on racial equity and justice:
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America’s creative industries have lost 2.7 million jobs and more than $150 billion in sales of goods and services, and estimate.
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Teachers! Online resources from scholars on economics, foreign policy, politics, and more.
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There is no evidence that mail-in ballots increase widespread electoral fraud, says for .
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The Hamilton Project event “Black Households & COVID-19: Impediments to Economic Security” is about to begin. Tune into the livestream here:
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Normalization between these two countries is an excellent thing, in and of itself. It's worth remembering that, even if rewarding a "suspension" of annexation--a terrible idea regardless--is an odd way to about it.
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“A new U.S. administration should seize the opportunity presented by COVID-19 to build a better refugee policy, both for refugees’ benefit and for U.S. national security and strategic interests,” write and .
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Though President Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Germany has prompted criticism from foreign policy professionals, most of the commentaries overlook an important factor: the opinion of the German people themselves.
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Biden’s choice of Kamala Harris as his running mate could supercharge his campaign, but both candidates will need to be fully transparent about their evolving political views in order to gain the trust of Black America, and argue.
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“While state and federal policymakers work on the infrastructure solutions, rural students can’t wait.”
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More public investment is critical to restarting America’s economy. Brian Katulis and call on Congress to set the framework for the long-term investments that the nation needs.
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“Excited delirium” may now become part of the case for the defense in the upcoming trial for the murder of George Floyd, as it has for other Black men before him. , , and explain for .
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. and explain why and how the United States must invest in and partner with civil society across the world if its global stability strategy is to be effective.
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Joe Biden’s VP pick has made history for the obvious reason that she is the first woman of color to be chosen to run on a national ticket. The less obvious reason is that her selection confirms a remarkable transformation in the vice presidency.
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