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  • March 08, 2011 | The Root

    America's Leading Women Advocating Change

    For Women's History Month, The Root decided to spotlight some of the black women who are influential in activism and the nonprofit world. Find out how these women are trying to change the world.

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  • March 07, 2011 | Salud Today Blog

    Minorities Still Face Daunting Transportation Issues in U.S.

    Today, transportation remains a 21st century civil rights issue for minorities and low-income people. For example, nearly 20% of African American households, 14% of Latino households, and 13% of Asian households lack access to automobiles, compared with nearly 5% of white households. Many of us...

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  • March 04, 2011 | ColorLines

    Is Michelle Obama's Wal-Mart Endorsement a Healthy Idea?

    Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move campaign celebrated its one-year anniversary last month. The first lady can reflect on a year in which her initiative has been met with praise among community advocates and policy wonks alike, thanks in large part to its commitment to tackling the obesity epidemic and...

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  • February 17, 2011 | MarketPlace

    Transportation Projects Make Budget Sense

    There was a time when massive transportation projects swept the nation. We built the New York City Subway. The Erie Canal. The interstate highway system.

    But over time, that bold spirit seemed to leak away. Soon, politics took over the way we spend money on transportation. We entered an age that...

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