Adult and child illiteracy rates, especially in low-income populations, are already too high. Imagine what the pandemic is doing to that ...
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We need to reconsider the units of measurements we're using to assess how certain groups are doing compared to others
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Instead of a two-party formula that always balances out to zero, what if we reversed engineered our constitution to convert to a coalition government?
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They still held onto statehouses and the power to influence future elections
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What the editors of theBEnote.com are currently studying ....
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An exploration from The Daily Bruin on how the impact of music extends far beyond the play and pause buttons
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another fresh installment of Texture w/ former Obama White House advisor & political strategist Heather Foster
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With 61 days to go before Inauguration, a look at what happened with polling as some of the post-election dust settles
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Another installment to WITF's groundbreaking "Toward Racial Justice" series unpacks the role of media in perpetuating racism
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Lack of Access to Care and Health Professionals of Color Lead to Disparities
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Recommended research briefs to access and explore ...
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Electors are supposed to vote in accordance with the way that the majority of citizens voted in their states. This is where it gets more complicated.
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