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Engage: Consider women executives' legacies
A Forbes writer says female executives like former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz are portrayed unfairly.
December 21st, 2011
09:49 AM ET

Engage: Consider women executives' legacies

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Opinion: Don't buy in to negative portrayals of female executives - Forbes

Study: Immigrants behind half of nation’s start-ups - The Wall Street Journal

Opinion: Asian Americans changing the political landscape - Huffington Post

Native American woman will become a Catholic saint - USA Today

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December 20th, 2011
10:28 AM ET

Engage: Last fallen U.S. soldier the face of a costly war

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Opinion: Black community mourns last U.S. soldier killed in Iraq - BET

Adoptive parents face racial identity challenges - Scripps Howard News Service

Study: Immigrants don’t receive adequate legal representation - The New York Times

Asian-American actors scoring meatier roles in Hollywood - Voice of America

'Just the two of us' songwriter Ralph MacDonald dies - The Root

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Engage: Teen drinking and smoking drops, but marijuana use continues
December 19th, 2011
10:20 AM ET

Engage: Teen drinking and smoking drops, but marijuana use continues

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Survey: Teens drink less, but use marijuana more - The Chart

Growing number of Hispanic students head to medical school - Chicago Sun-Times

Time magazine's sole black journalist departs - The Root

Michele Bachmann talks Kinsey Report's gay 'myth' - CNN Political Ticker

Study: Curvy African-American women report high quality of life - The Root

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Engage: Latino workers frustrated by 'blue collar ceiling'
Some Latinos workers are stuck in low-paying jobs because of limited educational opportunities.
December 16th, 2011
09:44 AM ET

Engage: Latino workers frustrated by 'blue collar ceiling'

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‘Blue collar ceiling’ traps Latino workers in low-skill jobs - Huffington Post

Diversity in the workplace keeps employees happier - Business News Daily

Opinion: Are Hispanic heroes white-washed? - Tucson Citizen

Study: Legalizing same-sex marriage might improve gay men's health - U.S. News & World Report
 

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Engage: Almost half of U.S. adults say 'I don't' to marriage
A recent Pew Research Center study shows that just 51% of Americans are married.
December 15th, 2011
10:22 AM ET

Engage: Almost half of U.S. adults say 'I don't' to marriage

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Number of married Americans plummets to a record low - Los Angeles Times

American citizens caught in crosshairs of immigration enforcement - The New York Times

'Where's the black Liz Lemon?' Author Issa Rae answered the call - New York Magazine

Occupy doesn’t resonate with blacks - San Francisco Chronicle

Survey: Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. women report sexual violence - The New York Times

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Engage: 1.6 million children in U.S. are homeless
Homeless children are led to lunch at a soup kitchen in Dallas, Texas. A new report says 1.6 million U.S. kids are homeless.
December 14th, 2011
11:35 AM ET

Engage: 1.6 million children in U.S. are homeless

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Number of homeless children at a record-high - USA Today

Survey: Black small business owners optimistic  - BET

Online charter schools reap financial success, but students disengaged - The New York Times

Hulu launches 'robust' offering of Spanish-language content  - The Hollywood Reporter

Opinion: Diversity means smart business for Hispanic associations - Hispanic Business

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Engage: Latino teachers could be key to narrowing achievement gap
Lourdes Carmona, a Spanish speaking first grade teacher, instructs students on the Spanish pronunciations of the alphabet in Tyler, Texas.
December 13th, 2011
11:06 AM ET

Engage: Latino teachers could be key to narrowing achievement gap

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Latino teachers could be key to narrowing achievement gap - Huffington Post

Being fired for 'gender non-conformity' violates civil rights, court finds  - Time

Hollywood stars speak out against Lowe's Muslim ad pull-out - Reuters

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Engage: Latinos struggle after New Orleans revival
Latinos helped rebuild hurricane-damaged New Orleans, but haven't gotten much credit, NPR reports.
December 12th, 2011
11:36 AM ET

Engage: Latinos struggle after New Orleans revival

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Little credit for Latinos who helped re-build New Orleans – NPR

Military school kids outperform public school children – The New York Times

Obama's re-election gets personal – Los Angeles Times

Will New Jersey's black churches welcome gay leadership? – New Jersey Star-Ledger

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Engage: Same-sex marriage ruling challenged in appeals court
The appeals court is reviewing Judge Vaughn Walker's August 2010 decision that Proposition 8 violated the right to equality in marriage.
December 9th, 2011
11:40 AM ET

Engage: Same-sex marriage ruling challenged in appeals court

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Higher court weighs gay judge's ruling on same-sex marriage – San Francisco Chronicle

Atlanta blacks struggle amidst economic woes – NPR

California women hard-pressed to shatter glass ceiling   – Sacramento Bee

Shifting Gears: Oprah's OWN will cater to African American audience – The Hollywood Reporter

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Engage: Women shape social media flavor
Studies have shown that women place a greater emphasis on relationships and connecting with others through social media.
December 8th, 2011
11:02 AM ET

Engage: Women shape social media flavor

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Women's 'expressive style' sets tone on social media - USA Today

As blacks leave big cities,  income gap widens - Associated Press

Opinion: Immigration enforcement leave families torn apart - The Hill

'Drift Away' singer Dobie Gray dies - New York Daily News

Hispanic women at greater risk of dying from breast cancer - Los Angeles Times

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