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How The Distortion Of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s Words Enables More, Not Less, Racial Division

“How the distortion of Martin Luther King Jr.‘s words enables more, not less, racial division within American society” by Hajar Yazdiha, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences U.S. Rep. Chip Roy of Texas is just the latest conservative lawmaker … Continue reading

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5 Elections To Watch In 2023 – What’s At Stake

“5 elections to watch in 2023 – what’s at stake as millions head to the ballot box around the globe.” by Blessing-Miles Tendi, University of Oxford; Ahmet T. Kuru, San Diego State University; Ayesha Jalal, Tufts University; Carl LeVan, American University, … Continue reading

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Young People Around The World Can Save Democracy

“Young people around the world can save democracy — but they need our help” by Evelyn Namakula Mayanja, Carleton University A photograph recently circulated on social media purportedly shows two Chinese professors in Shanghai standing between a squad of police officers … Continue reading

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