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Engage: Gay rights activists finish 2011 with major victories
January 2nd, 2012
10:57 AM ET

Engage: Gay rights activists finish 2011 with major victories

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2011: An Extraordinary Year For Gay Rights - NPR

Seniority, effectiveness in teaching leads to large rewards - New York Times

Getting ready for the 2012 Pow Wow? Here is your check list - Indian Country

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Engage: Though doubters persist, Sharpton remains on prime time
December 30th, 2011
11:47 AM ET

Engage: Though doubters persist, Sharpton remains on prime time

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And still Sharpton rises - The Root

Maneuvering young love with Asperger syndrome - New York Times

Nativity scene with gay couples vandalized in California - Los Angeles Times

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Engage: Political activism: bred out of black-owned beauty shops
December 29th, 2011
01:46 PM ET

Engage: Political activism: bred out of black-owned beauty shops

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Black-owned beauty shops groom political activism - NPR

Has Asian American studies failed? - Tympan

Analysis: Black students are suspended more than other students, reflecting a national trend - Washington Post

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Engage: Latinos bid 'adios' to difficult 2011
December 28th, 2011
11:13 AM ET

Engage: Latinos bid 'adios' to difficult 2011

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For Latinos, 2011 is a year to forget - Huffington Post

African American children in Mennonite families bridge two worlds - The Philadelphia Inquirer

A coming-of-age movie highlights an often unseen segment of black life - The Root

Comedy troupe tests people's assumptions of Islam - Washington Post

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Engage: African-American unemployment remains stubbornly high
December 27th, 2011
11:15 AM ET

Engage: African-American unemployment remains stubbornly high

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Poll: Distinct differences between blacks and whites struggling to find work - NPR

Activists cry foul on booming Ethiopian adoption business - The Atlantic

Opinion: Decisions by congress, courts hurt Native Americans in 2011 - Indian Country

Opinion: Occupy Wall Street movement is not devoid of diversity - Hyphen

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Engage: Kwanzaa celebrations dwindling says poll
December 26th, 2011
10:56 AM ET

Engage: Kwanzaa celebrations dwindling says poll

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A poll shows Kwanzaa may be a holiday past its prime - The Root

Opinion: After a large turnout in 2008, the youth vote looms large in 2012 - Colorlines

With Aisha Khan found safe, people demand answers - CBS News

How other faiths celebrate on December 25th - CNN

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Engage: Soccer captain's racism charge spurs a difficult discussion
John Terry, captain of England’s national soccer team, is accused of making racial slurs.
December 22nd, 2011
10:02 AM ET

Engage: Soccer captain's racism charge spurs a difficult discussion

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Charges of racism have soccer world discussing its impact on the sport - The New York Times

Many long-term unemployed rely on family, friends - not their wider community - NPR

Opinion: Race, reproductive rights will play a large role in 2012 elections - ColorLines

Zambian churches disappointed that the United States ties aid to laws on homosexuality - Catholic News Service

Scholarship recipients make vastly different choices, become ambitious social experiment - The Washington Post

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