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Turning a Corner

Daily Journal Staff Writer By Sara Randazzo Francis “Frankie” Guzman learned at an early age what it means to be discriminated against. In juvenile hall for armed robbery at age 15, Guzman watched as two young white women who robbed…
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Greenlining Summit Focuses on Building Minority Communities

hispanicbusiness.com By Andrea Whiting The Greenlining Institute, a Berkeley-based multi-ethnic public policy, research and advocacy group, met today in downtown Los Angeles for its 17th annual economic summit, an all-day event titled, “Rebuilding the American Dream.” Nearly 200 people, including…
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Nice Dreams

Pasadena Weekly By Justin Chapman More than 1,000 people are expected to attend Rebuilding the American Dream, an economic summit featuring talks by Massachusetts Democratic Congressman Barney Frank and several business and community leaders, beginning at 8 a.m. Friday in…
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Cutting Prison Programs Hurts Us All

Sacramento Bee By Orson Aguilar The $250 million that California is about to save by slashing vital rehabilitation programs for prisoners will cost us many times that much money. The money we think we’re saving will cost us many times…
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Diversity at Risk

A statement by APIEL NOW! Making students jump through admissions hoops is essential to a world-class university’s prestige. However, for students of color and students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, that hoop is about to shrink in size. Proposed by UC…
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