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Brexit and Windrush - national identity cards needed

If you google ‘national identity cards Theresa May’ you will be led to an interesting piece from the Guardian from 2010: Theresa May announcing that the coalition government’s first legislative act would be to abolish Labour’s plans for National Identity Cards. 150 more words

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Not Just Them— Us Too!

It’s too convenient, too easy, too simple, and too self-righteous to point the proverbial finger. We cry out, They haven’t fixed the problems! Congress hasn’t passed gun laws, states haven’t fixed Medicaid, the National Guard hasn’t secured the border . 584 more words

Social Justice

“More than a half century since the Kerner Commission, the history of
South Los Angeles continues to be laden with broken promises and only
modest improvements. 47 more words

L.A. Stories

Regulating Social Media as a Public Utility

By James Dail (CMC ’20)

On April 10th and 11th, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress over the revelation that Cambridge Analytica, a British Data Analytics firm, compromised the data of more than 50 million Facebook users in order to try and influence the 2016 Presidential Election. 873 more words

Public Policy

Unpacking Equity: Gender-Responsive Budgeting in Toronto

Unpacking Equity is a collaboration between the Public Policy and Governance Review and the Gender, Diversity and Public Policy Initiative (GDPP) at the School of Public Policy and Governance. 856 more words

Public Policy

Originally published April 26, 2012

The time could not be more fitting. I just got home after one of those more frustrating nights, or, you know, one of those nights where you just want to burst through your door to run to your bed and take hold of your pillows. 2,355 more words

L.A. Stories

Earth Day Revisited - Protect our home

Since things aren’t exactly moving to where I’d like them to be, never hurts to revisit this post from a while back.

Celebrate Earth Day and step up to the challenge. 809 more words