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Affirmative Action

For over 40 years government agencies, colleges and other institutions have used a law that uses race to determine eligibility for employment and admissions. The law was created to combat discriminatory practices that took place prior to the Civil Rights Era. 467 more words


Barack Obama has deported more people from the United States than any previous president.  While there can be little doubt that the highest number of deportees are of Mexican origin, this article shows that the issue reaches a lot further south in the continent.   371 more words


A trip to the dentist in Peru!

I’m nervous about the dentist at the best of times. So when a filling came out in Peru I did everything I could to ignore it. 371 more words

Cusco, the gate to the sacred valley.

Being in Peru means visiting the world wonder of Machu Picchu and Cusco the capital of the ancient Inca imperium.  Cusco as the matter infect is an inevitable stop before this world famous ruins.  584 more words


Our Funding Journey Part 2--Seth's Early Years

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.   645 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge On Top - Jungle Adventure Part 3

Wet jungles are fascinating places, and possibly none more so than the Amazon rainforest. Nothing about it was what we expected. Tropical rainforests are layer upon layer of life scrambling to exist. 420 more words


Human Resources Jobs in Peru

View all Human Resources jobs in Peru: http://bit.ly/1rmzpKb

1) HR Generalist I job by TGS
2) Human Resources Generalist job by Senior Living Communities
3) HR ANALYST 2*-042314-139930 job by State of Tennessee… 61 more words