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Read more about Latinos vastly underrepresented in media, new report finds
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Latinos vastly underrepresented in media, new report finds

Sep 22, 2021
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Latinos are perpetually absent in major newsrooms, Hollywood films and other media industries where their portrayals — or lack thereof — could deeply impact how their fellow Americans view them, according to a government report released Tuesday.
Read more about UN anti-racism event, rejected by some, recommits to goals
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UN anti-racism event, rejected by some, recommits to goals

Sep 24, 2021
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The U.N. General Assembly pledged Wednesday to redouble efforts to combat racism around the world, commemorating a landmark but contentious 2001 anti-racism conference by holding an anniversary meeting once again riven with divisions.
Read more about 'I just cry': Dying of hunger in Ethiopia's blockaded Tigray
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'I just cry': Dying of hunger in Ethiopia's blockaded Tigray

Sep 21, 2021
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In parts of Ethiopia’s Tigray region, people now eat only green leaves for days. At a health center last week, a mother and her newborn weighing just 1.7 pounds died from hunger. In every district of the more than 20 where one aid group works, residents have starved to death.
Read more about 'Un(re)solved' exhibit focuses on civil rights-era killings
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'Un(re)solved' exhibit focuses on civil rights-era killings

Sep 21, 2021
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An interactive exhibit in Mississippi prompts visitors to speak aloud the names of people who were killed in acts of racist violence in the United States during the civil rights era — incantations in a darkened room to honor some 150 men, women and children whose lives were cut short.
Read more about Ex-deputy charged with manslaughter in white teen's death
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Ex-deputy charged with manslaughter in white teen's death

Sep 19, 2021
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A former Arkansas sheriff's deputy was charged Friday with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a white teenager whose death has drawn the attention of national civil rights activists.
Read more about Taliban replace ministry for women with 'virtue' authorities
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Taliban replace ministry for women with 'virtue' authorities

Sep 20, 2021
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Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers set up a ministry for the "propagation of virtue and the prevention of vice" in the building that once housed the Women's Affairs Ministry, escorting out World Bank staffers on Saturday as part of the forced move.
Read more about Thousands march in Ukraine for LGBT rights, safety
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Thousands march in Ukraine for LGBT rights, safety

Sep 20, 2021
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Some 7,000 people gathered in Ukrainian capital on Sunday for the annual March for Equality to support the rights of the country's LGBT community.
Read more about Taliban-run Kabul municipality to female workers: Stay home
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Taliban-run Kabul municipality to female workers: Stay home

Sep 20, 2021
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Female employees in the Kabul city government have been told to stay home, with work only allowed for those who cannot be replaced by men, the interim mayor of Afghanistan's capital said Sunday, detailing the latest restrictions on women by the new Taliban rulers.
Read more about MacKenzie Scott dominates donations to racial equity
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MacKenzie Scott dominates donations to racial equity

Sep 19, 2021
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Shock. That’s what Ruth Simmons, the president of a historically Black university in Texas, felt in December when she received a call informing her that the school would be gifted $50 million — many times the size of the previous largest contribution it has received.
Read more about Probe of Southern Baptist sex abuse response moves forward
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Probe of Southern Baptist sex abuse response moves forward

Sep 20, 2021
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The Rev. Marshall Blalock feels the weight of his new responsibility. The South Carolina pastor serves as vice chair of a recently formed Southern Baptist Convention task force charged with overseeing an investigation into how a top denominational committee handled sex abuse allegations, a review that comes years into the SBC's public reckoning with the scandal.