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Racial diversity and American religion

We Unitarian Universalists value diversity and try to welcome all people, regardless of race.  So why are we so much more racially homogeneous than the Seventh Day Adventists and the Jehovah’s Witnesses? 247 more words


U.S. Religious Groups: Racial Diversity

Read more: “The most and least racially diverse U.S. religious groups,” by Michael Lipka in Fact Tank News in the Numbers (Pew Research Forum, 2015).


World Solar Challenge: Social Media

It’s interesting to look at the social media platforms used by teams in the World Solar Challenge. Out of 47 teams, I was able to find the following social media pages (see also the clickable icons on my team lists): 68 more words


How wealthy are the rest of us?

We seem to really enjoy contemplating the money and lifestyles of the top 0.01 percent. The wealthiest Americans garner immense mind-share in the imaginations of the rest of the populace.

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SOCIOECONOMICS & Are you in the global middle class? Try our income calculator #PewResearch

by RAKESH KOCHHAR, Pew Research, 7/16/15.

On a global scale, just 13% of the world’s population could be considered middle income in 2011, according to a new… 179 more words


Essential Things

If you’re like me, you are probably tired of reading about the research that says the church is declining. The latest such survey on American religion… 461 more words

Nearly 700 million people globally moved out of poverty in 21st Century

Some astonishing figures from Pew Research. From 2001 to 2011, nearly 700 million people globally moved out of poverty, meaning $2 a day or less. 28 more words

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