Race

New Report explores Racial Disparities In Healthcare

— Maz
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UFE's eleventh annual MLK Day report–Healthcare for Whom?–explores the racial economic implications of one of the most important human rights issues and public policy debates of the day: healthcare. This report contains an "organizers toolbox" with interactive workshop activities for organizers and activists to facilitate conversations and move people to political action to close the racial economic divide.

Why History Matters: Obama Talks about Inequality

— Brian Miller
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Ezra Klein of the Washington Post calls it "perhaps the single best economic speech of his presidency." The folks on Fox News were whining about "redistribution." Picking up a cab in Baltimore the next morning, the first thing the driver asked me was whether I saw the President's speech… He loved it. However one ranks it, Pres. Obama's speech on Wednesday nailed it, calling economic inequality the "defining challenge of our time."

Porqué es Importante la Historia: Obama habla sobre la Desigualdad

— Brian Miller
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Ezra Klein del Washington Post llama "tal vez el único mejor discurso económico de su presidencia."La gente en Fox News estaba quejándose de la "redistribución". Cuando cogía un taxi en Baltimore a la mañana siguiente, fue lo primero que el conductor me preguntó si vi el discurso del Presidente... Le encantó. Sin embargo uno alinea, el discurso del Presidente Obama el miércoles lo clavó, llamando a la desigualdad económica "el desafío definitorio de nuestro tiempo."

Comprando y las Relaciónes de Raza: Dando un Nuevo Significado al Viernes Negro (Black Friday)

— Maz
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Este cuento de compra es una re- narración de una historia real de un amigo mío. Hace que se iluminen esas interacciones aparentemente triviales que sugieren que en realidad no estamos viviendo en una sociedad post racial.

Shopping & Race Relations: Giving New Meaning To Black Friday

— Maz
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This photo and audio project is a re-telling of a hilarious true story. It makes light of those seemingly trivial interactions that suggest we're not actually living in a post-racial society.

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