Football, the anthem and the denial of black success
by Tierra Johnson
Calling athletes "ungrateful" for protesting police violence against black people is part of a legacy of belittling their hard work.
Oct 11, 2017
News & Politics
Argentina budget cuts hamper student access to sex educationby Global Press News ServiceOct 11, 2017
Argentina's educators fight for the future of sex education legislation passed in 2006, as budget cuts threaten to halt implementation entirely.
Isolated Puerto Rico communities ration food after Hurricane Mariaby Eliván Martínez MercadoOct 2, 2017
Arts & Culture
Pig farming growth curbs Ebola risk in Democratic Republic of Congoby Global Press News ServiceOct 4, 2017
Despite the challenges of keeping her charges fed, Benito Mado's pig farm thrives thanks to fears of Ebola-tainted wild meat and local hunting bans.
Race & Ethnicity
Do Black Lives Matter in the workplace? Colleagues should do moreby Tierra JohnsonSep 13, 2017
Charlottesville was a reminder that allies must do more than the bare minimum in support of race and equity, including for their workplace colleagues.
33 arrested in Seattle in immigration sweep focused on “sanctuary” citiesby Venice BuhainSep 29, 2017
ICE's Operation "Safe City" took place in Seattle, Massachusetts and other places that have clashed with the Trump administration over deportation policies.