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Sydney Morning Herald
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Western Advocate
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Western Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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PhysOrg
Exeter expert leads research to pioneer new type of gel for food and home carematerials, particularly cellulose fibres and composites.He is both a Fellow of
Exeter expert leads research to pioneer new type of gel for food and home care
PhysOrg / Posted 10 hours ago
materials, particularly cellulose fibres and composites.He is both a Fellow of the Institute of Materials and the Royal Society of Chemistry, and is also a member of the Institute of Physics. Last year, he was elected as a Fellow of the American... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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The Age
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
The Age / Posted 20 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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The Courier
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
The Courier / Posted 20 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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The Young Witness
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
The Young Witness / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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21h
Western Advocate
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Western Advocate / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Manning River Times
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Manning River Times / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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The North West Star
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
The North West Star / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Daily Liberal / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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The Border Mail
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinionsthe most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, e
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
The Border Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
the most important scientific organisations in the world," says Jim Williams, emeritus professor at the Research School of Physics and Engineering at the Australian National University. "Many of us and our international colleagues who have had... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
CLUB NEWSAmerican Legion Post 129 Fish Fry CAROLINA BEACH — American Legion Post 129 wi
CLUB NEWS
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
American Legion Post 129 Fish Fry CAROLINA BEACH — American Legion Post 129 will hold a fish fry 11 a.m.-7 p.m. June 4 at 1500 Bridge Barrier Road. A choice of large whiting fillet or N.C. farm-raised catfish nuggets, slaw, potato salad,... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Philip Mirowski: This is Water, or Is It the Neoliberal Thought Collective?Shangri-La is a totally autarkic world of isolated self-sufficient farmers; but
Philip Mirowski: This is Water, or Is It the Neoliberal Thought Collective?
Naked Capitalism / Posted yesterday
Shangri-La is a totally autarkic world of isolated self-sufficient farmers; but since that is impossible in a modern society with markets, certain concessions must be made. His ideal for freedom is therefore a state-structured regime of... Read more
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The Atlantic
How the World Workswho was making waves. Since the end of the Second World War, Japanese diplomats
How the World Works
The Atlantic / Posted 2 days ago
who was making waves. Since the end of the Second World War, Japanese diplomats and businessmen have acted as if the American economy should be the model for Japan's own industrial growth. Not only should Japanese industries try to catch up... Read more
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The Chronicle
Renowned physics professor Moo-Young Han remembered for his passion for the fieldMoo-Young Han taught physics at Duke for 44 years and was the founding chairman
Renowned physics professor Moo-Young Han remembered for his passion for the field
The Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
Moo-Young Han taught physics at Duke for 44 years and was the founding chairman of the Society of Korean-American Scholars. Moo-Young Han, professor emeritus of physics, passed away May 15 due to heart complications. Han began teaching in the... Read more
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PR.com
Is Obama�s Deportation Policy Worse Than Trump�s Wall? "Obama's Deportation Policy Aimed at Central American Refugee Women and Child
Is Obama�s Deportation Policy Worse Than Trump�s Wall?
PR.com / Posted 3 days ago
"Obama's Deportation Policy Aimed at Central American Refugee Women and Children is Worse than Trump�s Wall," says �Rocky� Roque De La Fuente, Democratic Presidential Candidate. San Diego, CA,... Read more
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examiner.com
Mexico shaken by city-killer asteroid, part of disturbing new trenddifferent states and shook houses with loud explosions.” Astronomer Jose Ramon
Mexico shaken by city-killer asteroid, part of disturbing new trend
examiner.com / Posted 3 days ago
different states and shook houses with loud explosions.” Astronomer Jose Ramon Vales of the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE) held a press conference to announce the near miss. Based on his observations the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Could whole-mount scanning of breast tissue lead to better clinical outcomes? An interview with Dr Martin Yaffe2016. Article first published online: 19 JAN 2016About Dr Martin Yaffe Dr. Mar
Could whole-mount scanning of breast tissue lead to better clinical outcomes? An interview with Dr Martin Yaffe
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
2016. Article first published online: 19 JAN 2016About Dr Martin Yaffe Dr. Martin Yaffe received training in Physics and Medical Physics at The University of Manitoba and a PhD in Medical Biophysics from The University of Toronto... Read more
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Daily Mail
Experts reveal a list of worst case scenarios for AIas well as of international corporations and charities.. - Robots could reveal
Experts reveal a list of worst case scenarios for AI
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
as well as of international corporations and charities.. - Robots could reveal 'informational hazards' that would threaten society's structure, such a political truths and government secrets. - They could set up a total surveillance state, or... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Facts, 360 B.C.-A.D. 2012that assault — brought on without a scrap of evidence or reason — before expiri
Facts, 360 B.C.-A.D. 2012
Chicago Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
that assault — brought on without a scrap of evidence or reason — before expiring peacefully at its home in a high school physics book. Facts was 2,372. "It's very depressing," said Mary Poovey, a professor of English at New York University and... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
School Notesit was really hard to pull the notebooks apart,” he said. The competition on A
School Notes
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
it was really hard to pull the notebooks apart,” he said. The competition on April 15 was organized by the university’s physics department. The students competed against other schools to increase their awareness of practical applications that... Read more
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Business Wire
Nordic Nanovector to Host Capital Markets Day in Oslo on 31 May 2016at Oslo University Hospital Radiumhospitalet and he also holds a research posit
Nordic Nanovector to Host Capital Markets Day in Oslo on 31 May 2016
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
at Oslo University Hospital Radiumhospitalet and he also holds a research position funded by the Norwegian Cancer Society. He is chairman of the Norwegian Lymphoma Group and leader of Oslo University Hospital focus area Cancer... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choiceCBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abr
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choice
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year received... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choiceCBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abr
Tanishq Abraham, 12, ready to start uni faces a choice
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year received... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Great Swiss Bank HeistFalciani watched his father count the money by hand. The names of clients were
The Great Swiss Bank Heist
The New Yorker / Posted 5 days ago
Falciani watched his father count the money by hand. The names of clients were never mentioned. Falciani studied math and physics at the University of Nice, then began working in the Casino de Monte-Carlo, initially on the gaming floor and later... Read more
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WA Today
12-old California student ready to start universityCBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abr
12-old California student ready to start university
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
CBS 13 on Sunday. "I think I'll be 18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq Abraham looks into a microscope in a lab at American River College in Sacramento. Photo: KOVR-TV/AP Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year received... Read more
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The Age
12-old California student ready to start university18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq started community college at age 7 and
12-old California student ready to start university
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year received associate's degrees from American River College, in Sacramento, in general science; math and physical science; and foreign language... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
12-old California student ready to start university18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq started community college at age 7 and
12-old California student ready to start university
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
18 when I get my MD," he said. Tanishq started community college at age 7 and last year received associate's degrees from American River College, in Sacramento, in general science; math and physical science; and foreign language... Read more
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Slate
The Craziest Black Market in Russia Isn’t for Oil or Guns. It’s for Dissertations.these individuals. Its greater mission, its leaders told me, is to restore the
The Craziest Black Market in Russia Isn’t for Oil or Guns. It’s for Dissertations.
Slate / Posted 5 days ago
these individuals. Its greater mission, its leaders told me, is to restore the very concept of “reputation” in Russian society. “We want to show that reputation matters—that it means something,” said Parkhomenko. “The fake dissertations are... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Are Indians Turning To The 'Supernatural' In Subterranean Search For Water?the sticks forcefully cross. There is no scientific explanation for this. Greg
Are Indians Turning To The 'Supernatural' In Subterranean Search For Water?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 5 days ago
the sticks forcefully cross. There is no scientific explanation for this. Greg Storozuk, the one-time president of the American Society of Dowsers, says it's not the rods that are attracted to the water. "It's the mind that does the work. The... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The ultimate guide to summer concerts in Northern CaliforniaTom Freund, others. www.novatoartwinemusic.com Cache Creek, Brooks (Yolo Count
The ultimate guide to summer concerts in Northern California
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
Tom Freund, others. www.novatoartwinemusic.com Cache Creek, Brooks (Yolo County) Guy (June 11), the Spinners (June 18), Society of Seven (July 2), the 5th Dimension (July 16), UB40 (July 23), Asleep at the Wheel (July 24), Gladys Knight (August... Read more
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The Charlotte Post
Report finds segregation in American education on the riseRights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been "at or very near th
Report finds segregation in American education on the rise
The Charlotte Post / Posted 6 days ago
Rights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been "at or very near the top of the list" of states where African-American and Latino students have been most severely segregated. It found that "residential resegregation" in some parts of... Read more
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Business Wire
Silicon Valley Forum Presents the 19th Annual Visionary Awards Honoring Silicon Valley Innovators Jennifer Pahlka of Code for America, Tom Wheeler of FCC, Carl Bass of Autodesk, and Andrew Grove, former Intel CEO (posthumous)to name a few. Our 2016 Honorees are: Jennifer Pahlka, founder and Executive
Silicon Valley Forum Presents the 19th Annual Visionary Awards Honoring Silicon Valley Innovators Jennifer Pahlka of Code for America, Tom Wheeler of FCC, Carl Bass of Autodesk, and Andrew Grove, former Intel CEO (posthumous)
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
to name a few. Our 2016 Honorees are: Jennifer Pahlka, founder and Executive Director, Code for America Tom Wheeler, American businessman and politician; current and 31st Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Carl Bass,... Read more
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Wired News
A New Record for Physics GraduatesThe Department of Chemistry and Physics at Southeastern Louisiana University, w
A New Record for Physics Graduates
Wired News / Posted 7 days ago
The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Southeastern Louisiana University, where I teach, just hit a milestone. This year, seven students graduated with a degree in physics. That is a big deal, for two reasons. First, the state of Louisiana has... Read more
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Daily Mail
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlightof Coates, who won a National Book Award for his 'Between The World and Me,' a
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlight
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
of Coates, who won a National Book Award for his 'Between The World and Me,' a letter to his son on how blacks fit into American society. 'It was simply meant to be,' Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso told AFP of Coates' participation,... Read more
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The China Post
Report finds segregation in education on the riseRights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been "at or very near th
Report finds segregation in education on the rise
The China Post / Posted 9 days ago
Rights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been "at or very near the top of the list" of states where African-American and Latino students have been most severely segregated. It found that "residential resegregation" in some parts of... Read more
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CTV News
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlightof Coates, who won a National Book Award for his "Between The World and Me," a
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlight
CTV News / Posted 9 days ago
of Coates, who won a National Book Award for his "Between The World and Me," a letter to his son on how blacks fit into American society. "It was simply meant to be," Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso told AFP of Coates' participation,... Read more
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Rappler
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlightof Coates, who won a National Book Award for his Between The World and Me, a le
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlight
Rappler / Posted 9 days ago
of Coates, who won a National Book Award for his Between The World and Me, a letter to his son on how blacks fit into American society. "It was simply meant to be," Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso told AFP of Coates' participation,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlightof Coates, who won a National Book Award for his "Between The World and Me," a
Black Panther, Marvel's African hero, in the spotlight
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 9 days ago
of Coates, who won a National Book Award for his "Between The World and Me," a letter to his son on how blacks fit into American society. "It was simply meant to be," Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso told AFP of Coates' participation,... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Black Panther, Marvel’s African hero, in the spotlightof Coates, who won a National Book Award for his “Between The World and Me,” a
Black Panther, Marvel’s African hero, in the spotlight
The Borneo Post / Posted 9 days ago
of Coates, who won a National Book Award for his “Between The World and Me,” a letter to his son on how blacks fit into American society. “It was simply meant to be,” Marvel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso told AFP of Coates’ participation,... Read more
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Orange County Register
Report finds segregation in education on the riseRights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been “at or very near th
Report finds segregation in education on the rise
Orange County Register / Posted 9 days ago
Rights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been “at or very near the top of the list” of states where African-American and Latino students have been most severely segregated. It found that “residential resegregation” in some parts of... Read more
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The Columbian
Report: Segregation in education is still high, and rising fastRights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been “at or very near th
Report: Segregation in education is still high, and rising fast
The Columbian / Posted 10 days ago
Rights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been “at or very near the top of the list” of states where African-American and Latino students have been most severely segregated. It found that “residential resegregation” in some parts of... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Racial divide in schools persists 62 years after landmark Brown v. Board of Education rulingRights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been “at or very near th
Racial divide in schools persists 62 years after landmark Brown v. Board of Education ruling
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 10 days ago
Rights Project at UCLA said New York and Illinois have been “at or very near the top of the list” of states where African-American and Latino students have been most severely segregated. It found that “residential resegregation” in some parts of... Read more
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