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Engage: Female IBM CEO to attend golf Masters at all-male club
IBM CEO Virginia M. Rometty is expected to attend the Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club.
April 6th, 2012
01:14 PM ET

Engage: Female IBM CEO to attend golf Masters at all-male club

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Female IBM CEO to attend Masters, bringing attention to all-male Augusta golf club - The Wall Street Journal

'Dark Girls' documentary shows impact of 'hue-based hierarchy' on dark-skinned black women - National Public Radio

Gil Noble, host, creator public affair program highlighting black Americans, dies - The New York Daily News

Opinion: 'To play the violence card  is to suggest that black people should worry more about the harm they do to themselves and less about how victimized they are by others'  - The New York Times

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Engage: Black actresses shine in ABC's 'Scandal'
Actress Kerry Washington, left, and Judy Smith, a co-executive producer, talk about their new show, 'Scandal.'
April 5th, 2012
03:39 PM ET

Engage: Black actresses shine in ABC's 'Scandal'

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Black women take center stage in ABC's 'Scandal' - National Public Radio

Feds stop payday lenders from preying on Native Americans - Denver Post

Vietnamese- and Cambodian-Americans sue BP for discrimination during Gulf oil clean-up - Courthouse News Service

Opinion: The ramifications of alienation on Oakland shooting suspect One L. Goh - Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

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Engage: Mumia Abu-Jamal loses Pennsylvania Supreme Court appeal
Mumia Abu-Jamal, shown in this 1994 photo, lost his most recent appeal in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
April 4th, 2012
01:12 PM ET

Engage: Mumia Abu-Jamal loses Pennsylvania Supreme Court appeal

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Mumia Abu-Jamal loses last legal appeal in 1981 Philadelphia 'cop-killer' case  - The Los Angeles Times

How a college grew its computer science graduates from 'single digits' to nearly 40% female - The New York Times

ESPN debuts first-ever 'This is SportsCenter' spot in Spanish - ESPN

Opinion: Resistance to Asian-American leadership in higher education similar to Jewish struggle in 1960s - The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Engage: California affirmative action ban upheld
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a ban on using racial preferences in California university admissions.
April 3rd, 2012
12:08 PM ET

Engage: California affirmative action ban upheld

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Affirmative action bans upheld in California courts - The Los Angeles Times

Universities, colleges works show pattern around court rulings to enroll more students of color - The New York Times

African-Americans and Latinos use 401(k) plans for financial relief at a higher rate - USA Today

Profile: Aziz Ansari on Indian role models: 'There was no one Indian on TV' - National Public Radio

A variety of 'DREAM Acts' abound in  election year - Multiamerican.org

Alvin Boutte Sr., co-founder of largest black-owned bank, dies - Chicago Sun-Times

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Engage: More Asian-Americans choose to marry within race
Interracial marriage is at an all-time high, but more Asian-Americans are choosing to marry each other.
April 2nd, 2012
11:54 AM ET

Engage: More Asian-Americans choose to marry within race

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As the number of interracial marriages rise, more Asian-Americans marrying within race  - The New York Times

Young females most impacted by rising cases of skin cancer - Time

In 40 years, there are more female athletes, but fewer female coaches - ESPN W.

White president of black student union breaks mold at Virginia high school - The Washington Post

Opinion: In wake of Trayvon Martin, how to teach kids to be "careful, not paranoid" - The Christian Science Monitor

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Engage: Opinion: What the president won't say about Trayvon Martin
President Barack Obama recently spoke about the Trayvon Martin shooting outside of the White House.
March 30th, 2012
10:08 AM ET

Engage: Opinion: What the president won't say about Trayvon Martin

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Touré:  Why the President will not discuss racism publicly - Time

Key Republicans encourage change in rhetoric to appeal to Latinos - Politico

Miranda Du first Asian Pacific-American to serve on federal bench in Nevada - Las Vegas Review Journal

Sitcom about African-American first family planned for fall - Times Leader

Opinion: How "Mad Men" era reflects state of black women in corporate America now - The Daily Beast

Black, Jewish youth dominates Irish dancing - The New York Times

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Engage: Senator Rubio endorses Mitt Romney
Marco Rubio endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
March 29th, 2012
12:26 PM ET

Engage: Senator Rubio endorses Mitt Romney

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Marco Rubio endorses Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney - The Miami Herald

FBI allowed agents to "bend or Suspend the Law'; now, that language has been removed from training materials - The New York Times

Augusta National Golf Club has not invited a woman to the course in eighty year history. Could a sponsor's female CEO break into the "boy's club"? - Bloomberg

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, the first Latina governor, at odds with some Latinos - National Public Radio

Census analysis: "more than half of older women in America are unable to pay for their basic needs" - The Daily Beast

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Engage: FBI to help investigate beating death of Iraqi American
An image of Shaima Alawadi, an Iraqi woman who was beaten to death in her California home.
March 28th, 2012
12:00 PM ET

Engage: FBI to help investigate beating death of Iraqi American

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FBI investigates murder of Iraqi woman as family mourns her death  -USA Today/Detroit Free Press

Republican women call for White House to reject comedian Bill Maher's million donation after his statements on women -National Public Radio

Report: Latina workforce -NBC Latino

The forgotten female mathematician that Albert Einstein called "significant" - The New York Times

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Engage: The accomplishments of 20 black female CEOs
Oprah Winfrey, Ursula Burns and Desiree Rogers are a few black women CEOs featured on the list.
March 27th, 2012
01:06 PM ET

Engage: The accomplishments of 20 black female CEOs

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20 black women who became CEOs - The Root

In first, Los Angeles police officer found guilty of racial profiling - The Los Angeles Times

Decline in Latino voters spurs registration drive - The Huffington Post

Largest radio ratings service settles lawsuit; vows to improve tracking of minority listeners - The New York Times

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Engage: Cuban-Americans head to Cuba for Papal visit
Pope Benedict said last week that Cuba's Marxist political system "no longer corresponds to reality."
March 26th, 2012
04:13 PM ET

Engage: Cuban-Americans head to Cuba for Papal visit

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Pope Benedict travels to Cuba on Monday - FoxNews Latino

Some "Hunger Games" fans upset about race of characters - The Huffington Post 

The sexual revolution has not been good for women - The Wall Street Journal

Dartmouth President Jim Yong Kim nominated to head World Bank -  TheDartmouth.com

70 years later, interned Japanese-American  to receive degrees from USC - The Los Angeles Times

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