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Shartelle Martinez, salutatorian, walks in the processional for the graduation ceremony at City Hall for seven first-time offenders who completed their high school diploma through The Choice is Yours program. June 1, 2018. Photo: Emily Neil / AL DÍA News

A program started by the city’s District Attorney Office in 2012 continues to change lives, allowing some first-time nonviolent felony offenders to choose a diploma instead of a prison sentence.

[OP-ED]: La meta del Dr. King evaluada: asuntos inconclusos para los Latinos y los Afroamericanos

 04/07/2017 - 14:40
4/4 protestors march around City Hall in Center City Philadelphia. LBWPhoto

Una meta del Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ha inspirado a cientos de filadelfianos de diferentes razas, religiones y edades en la manifestación del Centro de la Ciudad el día 4 de abril – el cuadragésimo noveno aniversario del asesinato de King – donde todos renovaron la lucha por un aspecto ignorado de la lucha de King: los Derechos de Plata.

[OP-ED]: Dr. King Sized Goal: Unfinished Business for Latinos and African-Americans

 04/07/2017 - 08:54
4/4 protestors march around City Hall in Center City Philadelphia. LBWPhoto

A goal of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspired hundreds of Philadelphians of different races, religions and ages at a Center City rally on April 4th – the 49th anniversary of King’s assassination – where they renewed the fight around an overlooked aspect of King’s advocacy: Silver Rights.

The Bias of Poverty

 06/11/2011 - 05:02
The Bias of Poverty

 Chicago -- Scholars from the Harvard Business School and Tufts University's
Department of Psychology recently confirmed the obvious in contemporary
American race relations. The title of their report, 'Whites See Racism as a
Zero-Sum Game That They Are Now Losing' pretty much says it all.

Plain Text Author: 
Esther Cepeda