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Should Black Women Defend Abortion Rights?

Feb 05, 2012

Sunday, Jan. 22nd marked the 39th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision, where the high court marked abortion as legal in every state in the U.S. However, nearly four decades after the landmark ruling was given, the...

Urban Youth Ask: Are We Married to Facebook for Life?

Feb 04, 2012

Ed. Note: Low-income young people in the San Francisco Bay Area write about how they see their future with the regional Internet giant Facebook.Molly Raynor, 27, RichmondI am a 27-year-old transplant from Ann Arbor, Michigan. I run a creative arts...

The Native American SOTU: A Call on Obama to Advance Indigenous Rights

Jan 31, 2012

WASHINGTON – Unless you’re tuned into American Indian law and policy, you likely missed the annual State of the Indian Nations address last week. Presented by the National Congress of American Indians and following the US President’s State of the...

Foster Care, Uncertain Futures Loom for Thousands of Immigrant Children

Jan 30, 2012

WASHINGTON—More than 5,000 children of immigrants are languishing in state foster care nationwide because their parents were living in the United States illegally and were detained or deported by federal immigration authorities. These children can spend years in foster homes,...

Calif. Investigates Skin-Lighteners for Dangerous Mercury

Jan 27, 2012

Image: Texas health officials linked several mercury poisoning cases to Crema Aguamary, a cosmetic produced in Mexico. SAN FRANCISCO -- There could be a dark side to skin-lightening creams often found in stores that cater to ethnic communities. Starting...

State Health Officials Investigate Skin-Lighteners for Dangerous Mercury

Jan 27, 2012

Image: Texas health officials linked several mercury poisoning cases to Crema Aguamary, a cosmetic produced in Mexico. There could be a dark side to skin-lightening creams often found in stores that cater to ethnic communities. Starting next week, California...

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