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Op-Ed: Arab Americans want their own Census box

In an Op-Ed published in the Voice of OC, Arab American Civic Council Executive Director Rashad Al-Dabbagh writes about the Trump Administration’s decision to continue counting Arabs as White in the decennial Census. 52 more words


52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Week 7

Week 7 (February 12-18): Valentine

My mother, Susan was born in 1915 in Plymouth to Irish parents Robert and Susan Labron (nee Williamson) from Newry. 195 more words


A Citizenship Question on the Census May Be Bad for Your Health - The New York Times

Context matters. While having a citizenship question should be a no brainer, introducing it at a late stage during aggressive ICE immigrant round-ups, and ongoing gerrymandering and other ways to depress non-white voters, make the critiques understandable: 695 more words


Myanmar's Vice President Attends CESD Showcase during International Migration Day 2017

Myanmar’s International Migration Day event on the 18th of December 2017 in Nay Pyi Taw was attended by representatives including Union Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Pyithu Hluttaw and Amyotha Hluttaw representatives, heads of departments, diplomats, personnel from United Nations, international non-government organizations and officials. 839 more words


Income Inequality in Major US Metro Areas (I Dream of Gini)

I read a tweet this morning from Planetizen about a recent study by the Brookings Institution. Here are links to the Planetizen post and the… 384 more words


3 opportunities in the president’s budget

By Tom O’Keefe, consultant

We all know the administration released its FY19 budget request earlier this week. Despite the fact that the president’s budget is effectively dead on arrival, particularly with Congress reaching a budget deal for the remainder of FY18 and FY19, there still may be some worthwhile pieces of information to be gleaned from it. 525 more words

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The New Middle Class Family

Originally Published: 01/09/2013 02:41 pm ET│ Updated Mar 11, 2013

By Dedrick Asante-Muhammad

It’s easy to forget that multigenerational households were once the rule, not the exception. 422 more words